Does travel medical insurance provide coverage for pre-existing medical conditions like diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, Cholestrol or thyroid?

A travel medical insurance policy will only provide coverage for any new and unexpected medical conditions that begin after the policy goes into effect. Travel insurance generally does not provide coverage for any pre-existing conditions or routine exams, but some plans do have coverage for acute onset of pre-existing conditions. An acute onset is a sudden and unexpected recurrence of a pre-existing condition that requires immediate medical attention. The CoverAmerica-Gold plan offers up to $125,000 in acute onset coverage for people up to age 69 and up to $30,000 for people 70-79.
A comprehensive benefit policy is more popular and recommended for better coverage. Most comprehensive visitors insurance plans do have a PPO network that includes all major medical service providers in USA. Contact our customer support at support@VisitorsCoverage.com or call 866-384-9104 to speak to a licensed health and travel insurance expert, during the business hours to get assistance.

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