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India Network Announces New Affordable Health Insurance Plan for Visitors to the United States, Canada, or Mexico

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

India Network Foundation announces an affordable health insurance plan for elderly parents visiting the United States, Canada or Mexico. The Standard Visitor Health Insurance Plan and Premier Visitor Health Insurance programs offer a policy maximum of $150,000 which offer low deductibles and premiums. The Premier plan offers coverage up to $60,000 for pre-existing conditions coverage without any limitations on covered diseases. This premier plan is the perfect fit for budget conscious visitors and is especially recommended for parents above age 50.

The two scheduled benefit plans also offer $25,000 Accidental death benefit, $25,000 medical evacuation, and $20,000 repatriation benefits for visitors of all age groups. All Insurance claims are processed in the United States and settled within four to six weeks of completion of claim submission by a third party claims administrator on behalf of the ACE American Insurance company. These cost effective plans provide fixed benefits which may or may not be sufficient to cover the 100 percent of the medical claims.

India Network recently expanded its plan offerings to provide two new types of coverage - a limited benefit plan (scheduled benefit plan) and a comprehensive network based plan. Scheduled benefit visitor health insurance plans have lower premiums offer limited benefits. Members concerned about excess billing by medical practitioners and hospitals may wish to take ACE Network plan.

Dr. KV Rao stated "The Standard visitor health insurance plan and premier pre-existing health condition coverage plans are low priced options with scheduled benefits for members to protect their visiting parents from accidents, new medical conditions and pre-existing conditions. I am happy that we are able to provide these options for our members visitors."

About India Network Foundation
India Network Foundation, established as a US non-profit organization, has been helping the Asian Indian community in North America with programs and grants to academics from India for more than two decades. India Network Foundation sponsors visitor health insurance to tourists, students, temporary workers (H1 visa holders) and their families. All insurance products are administered by India Network Services.

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About India Network Health Insurance
India Network Services administers visitor health insurance to visiting parents, transient residents, tourists, students, temporary workers and their families. Cashless Visitor health insurance plans are offered for all age groups with network based comprehensive coverage and with pre-existing condition coverage.

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