Through the BABC, members have the opportunity to develop valuable business contacts within the British American community and to exchange ideas and information with a cross section of business, trade and governmental interests.

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Club Level Feature- Cigna

Cigna Global Health Benefits® Business-to-Government: Caring for Foreign Government Personnel around the World
In a rapidly changing world, foreign governments need an experienced partner to keep their citizens well.

The Air War College in Montgomery, Alabama is the senior US Air Force professional military school. Its instructors educate American military and agency personnel, as well as thousands of non-US residents from 41 nations around the globe. It was at a global military college such as this that a young Afghanistan solider was studying when he took a motorcycle ride that would change his life – and demonstrate the value of having comprehensive health and well-being coverage provided by his home country’s government.

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Department for International Trade Advamed MedTech Conference- UK Reception

From September 24-26, Philadelphia hosted the 2018 Advamed MedTech Conference, welcoming 3,000 leading medtech executives from 30 different countries. The MedTech Conference is a must-attend event for the industry’s prominent and most promising companies. The meetings feature world-class plenary speakers, a wide array of educational programming, valuable networking and business development opportunities. The Advamed MedTech Conference UK delegation was led by the Department for International Trade (DIT), the commercial arm of the British government. During the last 70 years, the UK government has invested significant resources into the National Health Service (NHS). The Country’s biomedical ecosystem is rapidly expanding. In its first year, the total NHS budget was approximately $500M. Today, the UK government is spending $500M just to implement new technologies in hospitals. The UK is also investing $400M in AI research and recently gave a $25 billion boost to the NHS budget.

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The BABCPHL recognizes our Club Level Members:

  • Almac
  • American Airlines
  • Bartlett
  • Cigna
  • Deloitte
  • Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Duane Morris
  • EisnerAmper LLP
  • HSBC
  • Johnson, Kendall & Johnson, Inc.
  • McConnell Johnson Real Estate
  • Morgan Lewis
  • Law Firm of Pepper Hamilton
  • TD Bank
  • United Airlines
  • Virgin Atlantic