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Taking The Pain Out Of Cross-Border Medical Payments

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Seeking medical care can be a difficult and expensive experience, especially for those who need to cross borders to get treatment. David Herrick, Flywire’s general manager for health care, sat down with Karen Webster to discuss the burgeoning cross-border health care payments market and how hospitals can make a painful process less so for the global citizens who need it.

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Global citizens pursuing cross-border education in America

University Business – By Stefanie Botelho

Flywire, a leading provider of high-ticket payment solutions, connecting educational and healthcare institutions with consumers on six continents, just completed a survey with PYMTS.com called the ‘Global Citizen Index.’ The study looks at a growing segment of consumers around the world with the desire to improve their lives and pursue their dreams outside the borders of their home countries. For many, this journey begins with education. And the U.S. is the number one destination for international education.

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When Cross-Border Payment Pain Leaves Both Sides Hurting

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There’s a global phenomenon afoot that takes the notion of cross-border payments to a new level – the high value-low frequency transactions made by a whole new category of sender – the Global Citizen. These individuals aren’t wealthy by most developed country standards – with annual incomes that hover around $40,000 USD – but are part of the emerging middle class in countries like China, India and South Korea who now have the discretionary income to spend on the things that matter most to them.

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The Summer (Payments) Vacation Plan

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School may be out, but the work is just beginning for universities and colleges gearing up for an influx of student payments. But are they ready for the processing complexities that can come with cross-border payments? Flywire CEO Mike Massaro sat down with Karen Webster to shed light on the preparation needed to ease the friction of cross-border student payments.

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