My wife is 63 years old, and has been diagnosed with Osteoporosis recently. She is planning to visit the USA. Please advise what health insurance she should have to visit USA.
P H Khan, 03 Nov 2014
We are happy to answer any questions you have about visitors insurance. Travel medical insurance covers for any new sickness or injury. Unfortunately, visitors insurance does not cover for any pre-existing conditions. However, we do offer plans that may cover for acute onset of pre-existing conditions. Read more here: Acute Onset of Pre-Existing Conditions Insurance It is a good idea to have travel medical insurance to insure that any unexpected accidents and illnesses are covered while your wife is traveling. Here is a good comprehensive coverage plan for the US: Liaison Continent A Insurance
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Hello, My sister in law will be travelling from India with her 1 year old son to visit us in San Francisco. She will be also visiting other places in the US. She wants to stay in the US for around 45 days. But she needs blood transfusion every 25 days due to her condition: thalassemia major. We want to make sure that she can have her blood transfusion in US by the end of 25 days of her visit. I want to ensure that her entire process from meeting a specialist to getting blood transfusion to prescriptions is well covered with minimum out of pocket. For example if we select "Visit USA" plan with $250 deductible and $50,000 coverage, will $250 be all she will have to pay? Will all her treatment be covered under the insurance? At the end of the day we do not want to find that there are hidden charges or ineligible expenses which pushes the out of pocket costs much higher. Thank you and looking forward to your reply. Regards, Atish Shah
Hello, My mother-in-law has cancer and is on chemotherapy in Egypt. She plans to visit us in the states. My husband and I are green card holders. She is 71 years old. If she brings her medication with her, will the insurance cover the hospitalizing costs? She needs to be hospitalized in order to take the chemotherapy infusion. It's between a day and four days a month. Also, if she needs urgent care due to side effects, will the insurance cover that? Thank you
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