Getting an international group insurance quote
The first step in getting an international group insurance quote, and lowering your premium, is to simply introduce yourself. We can help with your group insurance, or inquiry regarding partially self-insuring, or self-funding your organization health insurance whether your group is from 2 to 2,000 members overseas.
You can also fill in a “Request for Group Quote” and a “Census” of your company’s staff to speed things up. There’s no obligation and we’ll send you a free actionable analysis for your organization. (These two forms can be downloaded from this page in either .doc or .pdf format.)
Once we receive this information we will approach several group carriers to get an international group insurance quote based on the needs of your organization. Next, we’ll send you an actionable analysis that compares these specific benefits and options to help show you where you can save the most money on future premiums. This is the starting point as we further tailor the various plans/and tweak benefits to meet your organization’s exact needs.
Click this link and let us know what you’re interested in. You can also help by telling us the number of employees/overseas staff you want to insure and your renewal date, but those are optional.
THE “REQUEST FOR GROUP QUOTE” FORM
This form asks for your primary point of contact , deductibles requested, maximum amounts of coverage,…and also information of Any major medical concerns in the group that an insurer would inquire about such as cancer, heart problems, pregnancies. If you have questions regarding the amount of disclosure, a quick call to our group department should help you know what to fill in and what can be left out.
THE “CENSUS” FORM
The Census form asks for your employees’ names, age, employment dates and assignment country as well as country of citizenship. We have made this as easy as possible using the form below. The insurance carrier also needs to know a list of dependents and their ages. This is important because group insurance always considers the average age of the entire group, including dependent children. Also, the assignment country is important because some carriers do not provide group coverage in certain countries due to hostilities or instability. That is one reason Good Neighbor Insurance has multiple carriers, to provide coverage regardless of group or location.
It is important that ALL EMPLOYEES (Full and Part-time) be listed on the census form, not just the ones that are requesting group insurance. This doesn’t mean that someone who has insurance through another source, e.g., Medicare, will be required to sign up for this plan. But the insurance companies do want to know the total percentage participating.
When complete, the forms for an international group insurance quote can be submitted via email to Karen Bellas (as an attachment), or can be mailed or faxed to:
Good Neighbor Insurance
ATTN: Group Department
690 E. Warner Road #117
Gilbert, AZ 85296