WorldMed Inbound Insurance: Claims Process and Information

Which doctor or hospital can you go to?

WorldMed Insurance does not have a PPO network; you can go to any doctor or service provider of your choice.

How much is covered and what are the benefits?

Read your policy document [Description of Coverage] carefully to know the limits, benefits, and exclusions. In some cases, pre-certification may be required.

Payment and Claim process?

Direct billing is not promised. Depending on the service provider's billing practice, the bill can either be sent directly to the insurance administrator, HCC Medical Insurance Services (HCCMIS), or may come to you. Regardless of billing process, you are required to report and file claims in a specific claims reporting form. Claims must be reported and submitted to the insurance administrator, HCCMIS, within 90 days from the date of service received.

Reporting and filing the claim:

All claims must be submitted in writing along with supporting documents and receipts.
Supporting documents include the ID of insured, copy of insured's passport, and copies of all receipts, bills, itemized services, and a cover letter.

Contact Information for WorldMed Inbound Insurance

  • Att. Claims Department,HCC Medical Insurance Plans, P.O. Box 2005,
    Farmington Hills, MI 48333-2005
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To learn about the claims process, please visit our support section - Visitors Insurance Claims Procedure