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Seven Corners featured on ITIJ Assistance & Repatriation Review 2017

Aug 07, 2017

In the main section "Expanding Global Reach"...

Seven Corners' Justin Tysdal explained his company's approach to network development has change over time: "In the past, when we began building our provider network, out team made trips to various countries like the Philippines, Australia, Brazil, Italy and Malaysia to perform due diligence of providers. We felt this face-to-face interaction was necessary to establish ourselves in these areas. After we established a strong base of provider partners, we began networking with our colleagues in the industry. In doing so, we establishing partnerships with thousands of providers and then leveraged those partnerships to expand to different cities." In assessing potential partners, Seven Corners uses the ISO Standards as a guideline.

In the case study, "To infinity, the South Pole, and back home again"...

Seven Corners Assist reports on a case that garnered global attention due to [the] fact that their patient was none other than Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon and a true adventurer. Aldrin developed serious medical issues during a trip to the South Pole this past winder, requiring an emergency medical evacuation.

Read the full document here:
https://www.itij.com/get-itij/2017-assistance-repatriation-review

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