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I will need to see a doctor so I can obtain a prescription for my pre-existing condition. Would a doctor be able to issue this prescription under a basic insurance plan? Would they be free, or would I have to pay for them?

Lorenzo, 07 Aug 2017

The only policy that will provide coverage for a physician visit and prescriptions for a pre-existing condition, is Choice America. To learn more about this policy please click here.

The prescriptions would not be free, the details of the coverage can be found by viewing the plan brochure which has been linked below. 

To view the coverage details regarding pre-existing conditions you can view page 9 of the plan brochure by clicking here.

Should you need additional information, please contact our support team. 

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