Visitors Health Insurance
- Can cover Hospital, Doctor, Prescription expenses.
- Direct cash-less settlement of claims possible (hospitals can bill insurance company directly)
- Visitor Insurance Customer Service & Claims Department located in USA
- No medical exam required for visitors insurance enrollment
Visitors Health Insurance for USA Travelers: Features
Visitors Health Insurance plans for US visitors & travelers are designed to primarily cover medical expenses while visiting USA from foreign countries (ie. India, China, Vietnam etc.). Hospital expenses arising out of sickness, injury or an accident in USA can quickly get out of control because of high costs of US medical & healthcare.
Visitors medical insurance (another name for visitor health insurance plans) can protect the insured from the risk of unforeseen medical expenses during a US trip or overseas travel to a foreign country. We provide a variety of plans ranging from the basic to the most comprehensive coverage. The cost of the plan will depend on the applicant's age, type of coverage (basic or comprehensive), the amount of coverage (ranging from $25,000 to $50,000) and a few other factors.
Visitor Medical Insurance Articles & Tips
Coverage - Best Practice
Years of experience and servicing clients in the travelers insurance industry has confirmed a common-sense – when you are in the US be an American, be protected under a US visitor insurance plan. Foreign insurance plans are frowned up on by US hospitals and doctors; all plan grievances have to be addressed in foreign courts; and claims & customer service for these non-US plans are provided from a foreign country. It follows that upper management of these insurance companies are based overseas. Neither you nor the US hospital/doctor would find it convenient to contact a location abroad...
Will Immigrants Get a Better Healthcare Deal than US Citizens?
The fallout from the Supreme Court decision to allow states to opt out of Medicaid expansion continues – and this time it concerns immigration. While states are able to opt out of the Medicaid expansion health care reform law, the unintended consequence is that some poor legal immigrants could be better off in terms of healthcare access than US citizens on the same income level. Predictably, many commentators see this as a problem - effectively, states that vote against expanding the Medicaid program are depriving poor US citizens of access to the same insurance help that some legal immigrants can benefit from, commentators claim. ...