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- Travel Medical Insurance … Traveling outside the U.S. this year? Medicare will not cover your medical expenses while outside the U.S. Also, group and Individual health insurance only provides limited and often no coverage when traveling, working or living worldwide. If you have a family member or friend traveling abroad, please forward my phone number along with this information. Click Here
Medicare Supplement …
New to Medicare and looking of a Medicare Plan, or are you a current Medicare Member and shopping for a different company. Medicare Supplement plans can be changed anytime of the year, because they do NOT have “annual open-enrollment periods.” Simply compare plans benefits and premiums and complete the enrollment forms and apply. You also have the “Birthday Rule” which allows you to switch companies on the month of your birthday without answering questions regrading your health history. The transfer is guaranteed regardless of health status. Click Here for Info
Medicare Advantage & Medicare Part D Rx plans …
Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D Rx plans do have an “annual open enrollment period” which is every year from October 15 through December 7 which allows you to change plans or companies for a January 1 effective date. If you are new to Medicare you have 3 months to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan which is called the “Initial Enrollment Period.” Click here for info
Traveling Outside the Borders of the United States for Work or Play?
Medicare provides no coverage while traveling or living outside the U.S. and Medicare Supplement plans strictly limit their international benefits. Medicare Supplement “foreign travel” benefits are limited to emergency care only with a maximum benefit amount of only $50,000 and will only pay during the first 60 days of your trip, as long as they consider the services were the result of an emergency. You are responsible for paying the doctors and hospitals while abroad, then submit your medical bills and hope to be reimbursed. More and more seniors are becoming aware of the many gaps and limitations and are not leaving things to chance. Go with a Global leader and a name you can trust.
GeoBlue International Travel Medical Insurance
GeoBlue is the trade name for the international health insurance programs of Worldwide Insurance Services, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. GeoBlue International health plans have a Global network of certified and approved physicians in over 180 countries, along with a domestic network that includes more than 90 percent of physicians and 80 percent of hospitals across the U.S. GeoBlue’s comprehensive portfolio of international health insurance plans demonstrates the commitment to covering members both at home and abroad. Short and long-term Global travelers can leave home feeling confident that a trusted source of care is available at a moment’s notice—no matter what country, town or time zone. GeoBlue’s highly qualified doctors speak your language, treat you like a friend, and bill GeoBlue directly for their services.
It’s a worldwide, all-access pass to an exclusive level of care. Use your mobile device to quickly and conveniently connect to quality care across the globe for anything from emergency needs, filling a simple prescription, translating your symptoms, showing proof of insurance along with finding the right doctor wherever you may be worldwide. And don’t forget the 24/7/365 concierge support to help during your time of need. You can travel anywhere with the peace of mind that if your health is a concern, getting good care is not.
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