What is pre-certification?
Pre-certification is the process of obtaining prior authorization from the travel insurance company for major medical services like planned surgery, hospitalization, or other complicated expensive procedures. It is not necessary to get pre-certified for less complicated medical services like general doctor consultations.
For a more detailed explanation: Pre-Certification: What, When, and Why?
You do not need a medical examination before purchasing travel insurance. For some additional information on visitors insurance, check out our Knowledge Center.
Unfortunately, there is no visitors insurance plan that will offer coverage for planned treatments or preventative care physician visits. Any expenses related to an existing condition will be the patient's responsibility. For coverage related any…
All plans would only provide coverage for new and unexpected illness or injury. These would not cover for pre-existing conditions and related issues, preventive care, dental or vision. A pre-existing condition is defined as a…
Pre-certification is the process of obtaining prior authorization from the travel insurance company for major medical services like planned surgery, hospitalization, or other complicated expensive procedures. It is not necessary to get pre-certified for less…
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