Chronic Conditions

A chronic condition is characterized as being an illness or disease for which there is no cure and is with the sufferer for an indeterminate amount of time, which may require continuous treatment. Once one is diagnosed with a chronic condition, treatment for this condition is usually necessary for the rest of their life.

Chronic conditions can range from being as relatively harmless as a skin condition or allergy, to being as serious as cardiovascular difficulties or diabetes. Chronic conditions are usually some of the most preventable and common health issues around today. As people grow older, the likelihood of being diagnosed with a Chronic Condition grows continually; it is recommended that, if you are an older person considering obtaining medical insurance, you should try to find a plan that protects against chronic conditions.

If an international medical insurance plan does fully cover chronic conditions, it will be more expensive than policies that only provide partial or no cover of chronic conditions. Some international medical insurance plans will exclude cover of chronic conditions from coverage in order to keep the cost of premiums down. These plans are often very attractive to younger people who less likely to contract chronic conditions On the other hand, some plans will put a lifetime or annual limit on covering chronic conditions. When an individual enters into a policy, many chronic conditions are qualified as pre-existing. If this is the case for you, we can help you to find a plan that will offer full protection for most pre-existing or chronic conditions that you may have.

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