Emergency Help Overseas

When you take meetings and incentives overseas, attendees' little problems (broken eyeglasses) can seem big, and the big problems (emergency surgery) can be even worse. If the hotel concierge is the person who comes to mind first for a medical referral, you could be asking for trouble.

Although most insurers pay “customary and reasonable” hospital costs for travelers abroad, most aren't prepared to find English-speaking dentists, certify the sanitary conditions of a particular clinic,

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