You Are Global is a leading international health, expat, life and travel insurance broker and intermediary, based in Brazil. You Are Global works with leading private medical insurance providers and companies like IMG, Cigna, HCC, Now Health International and Allianz Worldwide Care. You Are Global caters specifically for expatriates, travelers and tourists, working, living and visiting Brazil. You Are Global has specific expertise working with Spanish speaking cultures around the world whilst also proving international health, medical, travel, expat and life insurance plan to the out bound travel market in Brazil.
It is this experience that has enabled ALC Health to stand out as an international medical insurer that is able to bring together a range of quality products supported by the highest level of service, at a very personal level and has long been seen as a preferred choice of international expatriates looking for a more personalised and caring approach to their healthcare needs. The company has always been and remains committed to ‘proactive client service and support’ achieved by building personal relationships with its brokers and direct clients, be it through regular broker meetings, newsletters or simply ‘hands on’ support when a policyholder requires help and advice during the claims process. Established in 2001, ALC Health offers a wide range of comprehensive yet flexible global healthcare insurance solutions, giving you exactly what you need and none of what you don’t.
Company: ALC Health
Address: Head Office, Chanctonfold Barn, Chanctonfold, Horsham Road, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3AA, United Kingdom
Phone: + 44 (0)1903 817970
Fax: + 44 (0)1903 879719
HTH Worldwide is a leader in helping world travelers gain access to quality healthcare services all around the globe. HTH Worldwide combines ongoing research, a contracted global community of physicians and hospitals, advanced Internet applications, and wide experience in international health insurance to ensure customers' health, safety and peace of mind.
Turkey's health care system illustrates well how health standards have improved rapidly in recent decades, partly as a result of higher health spending. In 2003 the government introduced major health reforms aimed at solving the problem of poor rural healthcare resources and making health care available to a larger share of the population. As a result of these changes, the private healthcare sector has developed quickly, with the reputation the state run hospitals have for long queues and poor personal service acting as a catalyst. In 2006 there was one doctor for every 700 people, one nurse for every 580 people, and one hospital bed for every 380 people. In general, though, the rural population is still poorly served by the healthcare system, which is much more developed in the western half of the country. Turkey has no national health system designed specifically for expatriates. The Turkish government planned to roll out a public healthcare system in 2010, however this was postponed and has yet to advance.