Travel medical insurance protection if you are injured or become ill while traveling abroad.
Why do I need international medical insurance?
While traveling abroad, private or government sponsored health plans may not provide adequate medical coverage. Travel medical plans are designed for those traveling outside the country and offer emergency travel benefits, 24/7 emergency support and an international provider-referral network.
|Schedule of Benefits||WorldMed Inbound|
|Minimum Coverage||5 Days|
|Maximum Coverage||364 Days|
|Overall Maximum Limit*||$500,000 or $1,000,000|
|Coinsurance - Claims Incurred in the U.S.|
|In-Network Payment||100% after deductible, up to the overall maximum|
|Out-of-Network Payment||URC††. You may be responsible for charges exceeding payable amount|
|Coinsurance - Claims Incurred Outside the U.S.||100% after deductible, up to the overall maximum|
|Accidental Death and Dismemberment**||$50,000|
|Emergency Medical Evacuation||$250,000|
|Acute Onset of Pre-Existing Condition†||$20,000|
|Return of Minor Children||$50,000|
|Repatriation of Remains||$50,000|
|Urgent Care Facility||$50 co-pay|
|Emergency Dental||$1,000 for accident/$100 for pain relief|
|Personal Liability Coverage||$10,000|
|World Wide Assistance Services||Included|
|Optional Add-on Benefits|
|Accidental Death & Dismemberment||Optional Add-On|
|Intercollegiate/Interscholastic Sports Coverage||Optional Add-On|
|Hazardous Activities||Optional Add-On|
**Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage is based on age: Under 18: $5,000; 18-69: $50,000
†The Acute Onset of Pre-Existing Conditions maximum benefit for those 65 and older is $2,500, after deductible.
††Usual, reasonable, and customary (URC)
Travel Medical Insurance for Health Care Costs Outside Your Home Country
Traveling abroad can be an exciting and fulfilling experience. Yet each year many who visit foreign countries require emergency medical treatment or hospitalization ... and learn that international medical care is a major expense that’s either limited or not covered by their insurance back home.
A medical evacuation, if necessary, can add thousands to the cost. An air ambulance to North America alone can cost upwards of $30,000.
International Medical Insurance for less than $1 per day
Our quality international medical insurance costs as little as 96¢ a day, and covers you for up to 364 days. Coverage is available to you, your spouse, unmarried dependent children, or children traveling alone.
Benefits for those Traveling Outside Their Home Countries
What if you get sick while traveling in a foreign country ... or need to be evacuated due to a medical emergency or an unexpected political crisis? WorldMed Insurance can help.
This travel health insurance is designed for those traveling outside their home countries for up to 364 days. It provides medical expense and emergency medical evacuation coverage to help protect you while away from home.
Accident and Sickness Medical Coverage
Reimburses you for covered medical expenses ... or pays them directly to the medical or evacuation provider. You pay the deductible and coinsurance, if applicable. WorldMed also provides emergency assistance services that can refer you to local doctors or hospitals, provide multilingual interpretations, arrange emergency medical evacuation, and keep you in touch with your physician and family back home.
Worldwide Assistance Services
Offers help in your native language -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our team of doctors and nurses will determine the care you need, where to go for treatment, and what to do if emergency travel assistance is needed.
Reimburses reasonable expenses associated with the interruption of your trip due to covered circumstances. It also covers additional expenses from lost or stolen passport or baggage.
Pays for emergency medical evacuation, along with return airfare to your home or to the location from which you were evacuated.
Optional Add-on Benefits
Additional Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefits
Add an additional $50,000 of coverage for only 25¢ per person per day.
Provides additional coverage for those participating in intercollegiate or interscholastic sports. This rider is available for an additional $1.25 per person, per day.
Hazardous Activities Rider
Gives you the option of purchasing additional protection to cover your adventures. Only medical expenses related to hazardous activities can be covered for an additional 20% of your total premium.
To view the Cancellation and Refund policy, please read the Description of Coverage.
Daily Premium Rates
|WorldMed Inbound $500,000||WorldMed Inbound $1,000,000|
|Deductible Per Policy Period|
|14 days - 29 yrs||$2.72||$2.15||$1.94||$1.71||$2.92||$2.31||$2.09||$1.84|
Why Should I Choose WorldMed?
Our international travel medical insurance goes beyond what many group health policies provide - covering medical emergencies, evacuations, repatriations and more. Whether you need insurance as a business or leisure traveler, expatriate, student, tourist, church or missionary traveler, our plan is designed to provide the travel medical insurance coverage you need.
Am I eligible to purchase WorldMed if I have already left my home country (or country of residence)?
You may enroll in WorldMed regardless of how long you have been traveling outside your home country or country of residence.
Who is eligible for WorldMed?
WorldMed is available to anyone, ages 14 days to 69 years, traveling to a foreign country for trip lengths of 5 to 364 days. That includes those traveling to and from the United States.
AdministratorUSI Affinity | Travel Insurance Services
One International Plaza, Suite 400
Philadelphia, PA 19113
WorldMed claims are administered by Tokio Marine HCC - MIS Group.
Lloyd's of London - Syndicate 4141
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONInsubuy®, Inc.
4200 Mapleshade Ln, Suite 200
Plano, TX 75093
Phone: (972) 985-4400
Fax: (972) 767-4470
Please Note: This is only a brief description of the coverage(s) available. The Policy Description of Coverage may contain reductions, limitations, and termination provisions. Coverage may not be available in all states. Please refer to the complete Description of Coverage for full coverage details. View the Description of Coverage.