I had 1 question about pre-existing conditions. My dad had a stroke in 1980. He has been healthy since then. Will that be classified as a pre-existing condition?

It is always up to the doctor's discretion to diagnose a pre-existing condition. There may be a 2 year look back period with no recurring issues or treatment to condition. Some plans may cover for unexpected life-threatening situations related to pre-existing conditions

 

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