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Question:


We have coverage for all except Hospitalization and Doctors charges. Can we find a policy for only that?
- LucyR,
09/20/2017

Answer:


Yes. Please fill out the quote form with your trip details and once you arrive on the results page, please view the plans under the medical tab. Our single trip medical plans provide both medical and medical evacuation coverage when traveling outside of your home country.
- MattG,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
09/20/2017

Question:


Medical Insurance Only. We are traveling internationally and have certain coverage through my credit card , but need additional coverage for emergency medical. Who offers emergency medical abroad only. Can it be for longer than a single tripl.
- miltonC,
03/24/2017

Answer:


Please fill out the quote form with your trip details and once you arrive on the results page, please view the plans under the medical tab. Our single trip medical plans provide both medical and medical evacuation coverage when traveling outside of your home country. If you wanted annual coverage, please view the plans that have "multi-trip" in their name under the medical tab.
- MattG,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
03/27/2017

Question:


Is Medicare considered primary insurance?
- Robert,
03/10/2017

Answer:


Generally, Medicare is considered Primary insurance. Please double check the policy certificate accordingly to see if they specify what Primary insurance means.
- MattG,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
03/14/2017

Question:


We are taking our kids and grandkids on a cruise. There will be 12 of us, what is the best plan for the trip? We are going to Alaska in August
- Mary,
03/09/2017

Answer:


For groups that include more than 10 travelers, we would suggest contacting a group agent at (800) 691-9159 to see if you qualify for a group rate.
- MattG,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
03/14/2017

Question:


My #1 concern is the ability to request medical evacuation back home if I'm hurt and taken to a med facility in the caribbean islands or another country. My primary insurance already covers care out of country and also covers med evac - but the catch: only IF the insurance company agrees it's medically necessary to evac me. I don't want to be stranded at a hospital in a foreign country an extra few days or weeks where I don't speak the language and don't know anyone, because a claims agent at Aetna decides it's not urgent enough to spend the extra money to evac me out and I can just wait to fly home on regular coach. Can you advise me re: whether these secondary policies give me the choice to be evac'd out?
- karen,
03/09/2017

Answer:


For this type of concern, we suggest viewing plans from OnCall International and MedJet Assist. With these providers, you can choose where you want to be evacuated to at your discretion, as long as you are in a stable condition at the local hospital or medical facility.
- MattG,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
03/14/2017
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