Bridge Plan Insurance

Bridge Plan Insurance is designed to offer comprehensive health insurance coverage for individuals who are permanent residents, green card holders, or US citizens during the transition period between traditional insurance and Medicare. This travel medical insurance plan is divided into two parts, where Part A covers hospitalization, hospice, nursing, and home health care, while Part B covers doctor visits, surgery, and ambulance services. Depending on individual needs, one or both of these options may be purchased. With Bridge Plan Insurance, there are no copays or coinsurance, providing an affordable and hassle-free option for those in need of health insurance coverage.

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Notable Features
  • Comprehensive medical coverage for senior new immigrants or US citizens ages 60-95
  • $100,000 policy maximum for age up to 99
  • Can be used as substitute plan for people waiting for Medicare eligibility

  • High deductible options
  • Maximum 12 month policy period
  • Bridge Plan coverage is subject to approval
  • Coverage is reimbursement based

Expert Opinion
Bridge Plan Insurance is best suited for senior green card holders, new immigrants, US citizens, and US residents awaiting Medicare eligibility or without Medicare Parts A or B.

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Plan Highlights

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Coverage Type
Who Can Buy It
US residents waiting on Medicare
Contact Information
Coverage Duration
1 day to 12 months
Refund Policy / Look-up Period
Providers Network
First Health
Emergency Assistance Numbers
Llyod's of London
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Disclaimer: Information presented here is high level and for your convenience only; it may not be accurate and is subject to change. Please review your policy document or brochure for the terms and conditions, a detailed description of coverage, benefits, limitations, and exclusions.
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