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International Medical Travel Insurance

You really need this medical treatment, don’t you? Since you’ve decided to go abroad for your medical procedure, here are a few things you need to know about your insurance.

There are a lot of medical tourism insurances available to choose from. It is essential for the patient to understand what is right for him/her and choose wisely. The average travel insurance does not cover any part of a trip which is made specifically for medical treatment including any travel related issues such as lost bags, trip cancellations etc. To cover the trip for medical tourism, the patient must look into the different medical travel insurance policies that are provided.

What Is International Medical Travel Insurance?

International Medical Travel Insurance is meant for people seeking healthcare security outside of their home country when they leave for the sole purpose of pre-planned medical treatment. The insuree is guaranteed coverage regardless of his/her health history or age.

Insurance companies offer different types of plans to the customers based on the type of coverage and benefits required. The plans are:

Main Features Of International Medical Tourism Policies

Medical coverage provided to the customer can be altered or edited according to their needs since people of all ages travel abroad for treatment.

Both in-patient and out-patient procedures are covered.

Most policies allow the patient freedom to choose between various internationally and nationally accredited hospitals and clinics.

Different Options To Choose From

Insurance companies offer different types of plans to the customers based on the type of coverage and benefits required. The plans are:

Medical Tourism Visas

The market of medical travel is promising. Annually, around 10 million people from Australia, Canada and the US travel abroad in search of affordable and quality treatment. Apart from other logistical issues with medical travel, arranging a medical visa is often a source of confusion for a medical traveller. We at MedHalt, wrote this blog post to make the process of arranging a visa easier.