Comparing is the key to paying the right price for the best expatriate health insurance - and an effective way to reduce your healthcare budget.
Don't waste time filling out multiple questionnaires. With just one form, you'll get the best rates from the leading health insurers on the market.
Choose your international insurance with the help of our guides on local insurance, health systems, and specific risks. Afterwards, an advisor can tell you more.
Any insurer can be included in the comparison tool.
On a single screen, you can compare all the expatriate health insurance plans that best meet your budget and healthcare needs.
The ranking is done according to prices and personalized according to your needs.
What kind of care is covered, and what are the overall limits? Are you 100% covered for hospitalizations or routine medical care? Are optical and dental care covered as well? HealthForExpats is clear and simple. Our comparison tool provides you with nonbiased analyses based on your needs. Benefits and rates are displayed according to your criteria and ranked from lowest to highest price.
Nothing beats a conversation with a real person, especially when it comes to something as
important as health insurance. We can help you find a plan that suits you and your current
One of our experts in the healthcare of your destination country will help you make the right choice, as they are perfectly familiar with local medical costs and the rules of local healthcare services.
Your advisor will be there to help you deal with your insurer for the entire duration of your plan. You won't have to worry about time zones or who to call, as your advisor will take care of that. They know the insurers inside and out, and are familiar with their staff as they work with them on a daily basis.
Manual comparisons are essential for health insurance, as healthcare-related expenses usually represent 7 to 20% of your overall expatriate budget (depending on your family situation and country).
Manual comparing would be time consuming and almost impossible to achieve.
Choosing your international health insurance is not easy, even with all the comparison
data available. The financial stakes are high: premiums are expensive and
hospitalization fees even more so. You may have a lot of unanswered questions.
Our advisors are here to help. They will help you choose the right insurance plan for your healthcare needs and destination. Our health insurance professionals know the constraints of international healthcare inside and out. Feel free to give us a call.
Our fact sheets, guides, and checklists help you prepare for your trip by providing you
with practical information on the healthcare system in your destination country.
More than 40 advice sheets for expatriates and travelers:
- How can a non-French citizen apply for the Caisse des Français de l'Etranger?
- Tips on choosing a bank for your expatriation.
- Will I be covered by the local Social Security?
Healthcare guides by country :
Our guides are written by expatriates and travelers. You can share your own experience to make them even more complete.
You're going to live abroad for the first time, or you're leaving for 6 to 12 months "to try it out:" discover the Emergency Bonus, a plan that covers emergencies for up to 18 months before converting into a complete expatriate health insurance plan. A good way to control your budget, be covered in the case of an emergency, and be fully covered if you decide to stay.
A "hospitalization only" plan will help you prepare for the worst-case scenario, grant you access to the best hospitals, and prevent you from having to pay up front. Some hospitals will not treat you if you do not have insurance or if you cannot pay a deposit of several thousand euros. Too many expatriates forget health insurance because they don't know about these plans. In English, we say "you play or you pay!"
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