An adequate group health plan for a non-American non-profit can be a great benefit for the employees of the non-profit and also very cost-effective. If the organization has American and non-American workers, you could purchase two insurance plans–one for the Americans and another for the non-Americans. Why? Because the medical care in much of the world is very, very good, and non-Americans do not prefer to come to the USA for medical care, while some Americans insist on coming to the USA. By providing group insurance for non-Americans that does not include coverage in the USA, the rates can be lowered by 30-35 percent. And some special plans for non-Americans can be as much as 50 percent less expensive. One Asian non-profit is providing group insurance for their staff with the following rates: Single = $41; Couple = $85; Family = $126.
You may have non-American international staff serving all over the world. It is important to find them good, cost-effective group health insurance. We can help you do that.
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