Global health insurance provider Aetna International has signed a strategic partnership deal with Humanis, a French insurance group.
According to a press release, this partnership will help Aetna International increase access to global healthcare solutions for large corporations and French expats around the world, while offering Humanis’ existing members Aetna International’s broad medical network and wide range of solutions.
It will also allow both Aetna International and Humanis to offer affordable healthcare to their joint global members, building a healthier world that focuses on prevention first.
Richard di Benedetto, CEO of Aetna International, said: “This strategic partnership agreement with Humanis comes at the right time. Aetna’s expertise and global presence, combined with the exceptional quality and local service that Humanis provides to its customers, will allow us to expand and improve the services we offer to our members. This partnership is part of our strategy to provide local services to our members worldwide, while adapting to national and regional disparities. We look forward to working together with Humanis on improving quality and access to healthcare for our members around the world.”
Sylvaine Emery, director of international activities, Humanis Group, said: “The agreement with Aetna International is part of Humanis’s open-architecture approach to partnerships and reinforces our ambitions in the development of our international mobility business. Our goal is to capitalise on the synergies between our two groups to optimise our global healthcare service, while retaining our USP as a one-stop-shop for health and protection insurance in France.”
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