Q. There has been lots of talk lately in the Health Care Reform debate about pre-existing conditions. What exactly IS a pre-existing medical condition and do international health insurance companies cover them?
A. International health insurance plans are very similar to private health insurance plans in the U.S. regarding pre-existing conditions. That is, serious conditions can cause a declination and most require a temporary or permanent exclusion. But what exactly is a pre-existing condition? A pre-existing condition is any health issue that has shown symptoms, been diagnosed, received care or has been treated prior to the start of the effective date of insurance coverage.
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