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  • Thursday, February 22, 2018

  • Bring Insurance if You’re Visiting the U.S. Under New Travel Promotion

    Filed Under: Blogging
    Author: Blog Contributor
This past week, U.S. President Barack Obama signed into law a new Travel Promotion initiative that seeks to advertise the U.S. to the rest of the world as a premier travel destination. The measure is in some respects a response to international travel safety concerns, and the U.S. hopes to see an increase in international visitors. If a trip to the U.S. is on your agenda, be sure that buying international medical insurance is as well.

The plan will not only promote the U.S.'s value as a travel destination, it will also educate potential visitors on the various Homeland Security policies so that they understand the rules and regulations inherent in visiting the U.S. from another country. This is aimed at making visitors feel more comfortable with the idea of coming to the U.S. for vacations and business.

The U.S. healthcare system is structured so that you need medical insurance coverage in order to receive care at an affordable rate. Uninsured patients must pay for healthcare in full themselves, which can cost anywhere from hundreds of dollars to tens of thousands depending on the procedure. Medical insurance absorbs most of those costs, leaving native citizens to pay just a fraction.

International medical insurance will provide the same service to you. You'll be able to get the high level of medical care you deserve at a price that better fits within your budget. You don't want your visit to the U.S. marred by the high costs of medical coverage. With international medical insurance, you won't have to worry about that problem.

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