October 20, 2016

New Frontier Group ready to host ITIC’s Welcome Reception in Berlin

Just about a year ago, I attended the ITIC Global Conference in Athens, Greece. With over 700 guests in attendance, New Frontier Group spent 4 full days meeting with industry professionals offering solutions to their needs through our innovative cost containment strategies and comprehensive customized platform of services.
September 8, 2016

ITIJ Awards 2016!

On November 3 the International Travel Industry Journal (ITIJ) will commence its ITIJ Europe Berlin conference with its annual Awards Dinner Gala.
September 5, 2016

The Health Care Maze

Time and time again, New Frontier Group receives phone calls and emails from our international partners’ clients expressing concern and confusion. They explain that even though they provided their international insurance information to the U.S. medical facility where they were treated, they are receiving statements requesting payment.
September 3, 2016

Keep The Blood Flowing

With peak travel season comes the inevitability of extended airport security checks and longer check in lines. While airport congestion may seem unbearable, it is nothing compared to the unbearable congestion of the blood cell trying to travel through the deep veins of our legs when traveling on extended airplane flights resulting in a condition called of Deep Venous Thrombosis, (DVT). DVT is serious and can be fatal.
September 2, 2016

24/7 MEA Center is now a reality!

New Frontier Group has always understood that access to health care is a 24/7 reality. It cannot be denied by time zones, distances, and/or language barriers. Ongoing consultations with our international clients reinforced their need for a domestic interface with 24/7 operations.
September 1, 2016

ITIC Americas 2016

With peak travel season comes the inevitability of extended airport security checks and longer check in lines. While airport congestion may seem unbearable, it is nothing compared to the unbearable congestion of the blood cell trying to travel through the deep veins of our legs when traveling on extended airplane flights resulting in a condition called of Deep Venous Thrombosis, (DVT). DVT is serious and can be fatal.