I was looking for any differences between Inbound USA and Inbound Guest and did not locate anything specific. Besides the coverage amounts, how are these two plans different?
, 30 Jul 2012
Inbound USA and Inbound Guest are very similar plans. However, there are a few small differences. Here are some of the key differences:1. Because the coverage amounts are different, the level of benefits are different. You can see a more detailed comparison here. We have a comparison tool on our website where you can view the plans side-by-side to display even the smallest differences. To use this tool from our home page, enter in your age and travel dates in the get quotes box, click on "get quote", and once the page with all of the plans that are available to you loads, you will see a small white box at the bottom of each box that you can check to compare. Check all of the plans you wish to compare (you can select up to 3 at a time) and click "compare". 2. Different maximum lengths of coverage: Inbound Guest offers coverage for up to 6 months, and Inbound USA offers coverage for up to 12 months. You may want to consider this if you have a trip longer than 6 months. 3. Acute Onset of Pre-Existing Conditions: Inbound USA offers limited coverage for pre-existing conditions, like heart problems and stroke. The Inbound Guest policy does not offer such coverage. Let us know if you have any further inquiries.
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My mother-in-law lives in South Africa and would like to spend 6 months with us in the US. She has high blood pressure, a-fib, and hypothyroidism. While she is here, she will need monthly doctor visits and lab draws to ensure her Coumadin dose is correct. She is stable and well-controlled. If she is in the US and has a sudden, new onset of a-fib and angina and needs to go to the ER, is this care covered? Do any of the plans cover the monthly doctor appointments? Thanks for your help!!
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