Medical Insurance

24 Jun 2007 cdm115 said

I know there have been questions about this in the past and I found an article about it recently. What they said about Medical Insurance is that you should check with your medical insurance from home, but they will typically cover emergencies (anything you would normally go to an emergency room for if you were at home) minus any co-pay they require. But you will have to pay for the service up front and the insurance company will reimburse you. They may also push the emergency to be defined as putting yourself at risk of death or risk of serious danger to the person.

Before looking for health insurance for overseas keep in mind that any credit cards you used to book your trip might cover some medical emergencies or your regular travel insurance.

Some sights they recommended to look at policies is
  • 2 Oct 2013 brownrichard said


    Insurance against ill health really helps the individual at the wright time. Insurance to cover the costs or losses incurred if an insured person falls ill. Dr. Harry Derr: Columbia Neck Pain

  • 2 Oct 2013 brownrichard said


    Depending on the type of health insurance coverage, either the insured pays costs out of pocket and is then reimbursed, or the insurer makes payments directly to the provider. Dr. Haycock: Neck Pain Relief in Meridian

  • 2 Oct 2013 brownrichard said

    It’s possible to obtain low-cost emergency-only coverage, It is is a good idea if you’re young and healthy and don’t require regular office visits or prescription medications. Dr. Rusick: Neck Pain Relief in Goodyear

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