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    Insurance plans available in Indianapolis

    Hi

    I want to take health insurance for my wife, we will be in USA-Indianapolis next week. I came to know that Atlas America provides insurance in Indianapolis, so can you please pass me the information regarding the plans that are available in Indianapolis.

    Information of my wife:
    Age - 24 years
    Date of birth - 20 June 1989
    Need Insurance from period - 05 May 2014 to 14 Oct 2014
    Visa type - H-4
    Want a plan with Zero deductible amount.

    Information needed to me:
    Plans along with Premiums
    List of PPO(in Network) - Doctors, hospitals in Indianapolis with whom your company has tie-up.
    What documents are needed from my side to take the health insurance.

    Thanks

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    Greetings!
    As per your email below, please find the different medical maximums and the corresponding premiums for Atlas America with a $0 deductible for the time duration of 05 May 2014 to 14 Oct 2014.
    Coverage 50K 100K 200K 500K 1M
    Premium Deductible $275.47 $353.71 $371.64 $446.62 $493.89
    You can search for providers in the network with the zip code you will be in at http://www.coventry-international.com/

    You can apply for the policy online at http://www.visitorguard.com/apply/atlas-plan/ (Your ID card along with the other documents can be emailed to you if you opt for ONLINE FULFILLMENT when you complete the application. This is a default selection if you do not change it)

    You can review the benefits in the brochure at http://www.visitorguard.com/docs/atlas-plan/
    Last edited by Moderator; 04-30-2014, 09:43 AM.

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      Hi,

      Thanks for passing the information, Please let me know that if I opt for 100K plan mentioned by you in below e-mail, will I get 100% cover on Doctor's fee and medical drug fees I mean the insurance company will reimburse 100% of these fees to me.

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        Hi

        Thank you for your email.

        There is a deductible, co pay and coinsurance that you have to meet. If you opt for a $0 deductible, your deductible is already met. Your coinsurance is waived if you go to a provider in the network (Outside network 80/20 for the first $5000). However you still have to meet your $50 co-pay when you visit an Urgent Care for a sickness or injury. Pharmacies are not in network and hence you have to meet your deductible and co insurance (80/20 for the first $5000 ).

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