GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “As Global Travel Returns to Auto Industry: Protecting You, Your Family, and Employees” features Allen C. Koski. Koski is president of Insured Nomads, the first insurtech in global benefits. Previously, Koski was a senior vice president at United Healthcare Global and prior to that instrumental in the growth and development of Cigna Global in roles that ranged across sales and sales leadership.
In the 12-minute Audio Interview, Koski discusses these questions:
- With the global pandemic, what have we learned about global travel? What has changed in the programs that protect global travelers?
- What is the main difference between medical and security approaches for individuals traveling short-term or deployed overseas long-term?
- We often forget global includes a German engineer coming to work in the U.S., etc. How should we support global trips to the United States?
- Any final thoughts on innovation in healthcare and global mobility?
Koski has been actively involved in developing and supporting international healthcare, global wellness, dental, disability and travel medical plans for multinational employers ranging from the Fortune 100 to emerging multinationals for more than 30 years. He has met with groups which include international assignees, traveling executives, local nationals and medical providers with trips to more than 75 countries including China, India, Turkey, Chile, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Czech Republic. He has consulted and advised on global initiatives tailored to the employer’s workforce, goals and budget.
Koski is a presenter at the IFEBP Global Certificate Series where he presents biannually on “Comparative Healthcare Systems” and the “Fundamentals of Global Benefits Programs.” He graduated from Drew University and has attained CEBS Fellowship Status from ISCEBS.He has written various articles, notably “Culture, Infrastructure and International Health Benefits Delivery” in Benefits Quarterly; and “Expatriate Benefits for a Changing Global Economy” in Benefits & Compensation Solutions; “Critical Conditions – Seeking Suitable Health Care in China” in Mobility. His latest is “Implications of Underwriting International Medical Insurance” in Newsbriefs based upon an ISCEBS Symposium Presentation.
Koski was a senior vice president at United Healthcare Global and prior to that instrumental in the growth and development of Cigna Global in roles that ranged across sales and sales leadership. Prior to those roles, he was an account representative in the International Department of Travelers Insurance in NYC; and a staff assistant and scheduler for a U.S. Congressman in New Haven, CT. He was on the Board of Directors of the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) the oldest trade association advocating an open, rules based international trade system.
Insured Nomads is the first insurtech in global benefits, offering a full portfolio of insurance solutions for the globally mobile including international health, life and disability, and travel insurance. Uniquely positioned with innovative technology to empower an easy and efficient customer experience. Serving clients around the world, with numerous customer service points, operating a lean and agile enterprise with strategic partners around the globe.
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