Destination healthcare is an up and coming trend that is not just making a huge impact among the wealthy, or the globetrotters, but more so among a larger group - the baby boomers.
Baby boomers currently make up the biggest age demographic in the country, and very soon many of them will be retiring, and many are already looking for alternatives to their healthcare.
In the world of insurance, it's amazing what they will cover, and what they will not. Ideally, all of our incidences would be covered 100%, or at the very least, partially, like your typical 80/20 or 60/40 plan. But what happens when an insurance provider decides your recent lifesaving flight in an air ambulance jet or air ambulance helicoptor simply isn't covered under your plan? How do you handle such a burdensome bill, which you clearly were not anticipating in the first place.
In the event of an emergency, sometimes your only option for medical transport is an air ambulance. And in that moment, you may not be thinking about how you're going to pay for it when the dust settles. Will my insurance cover it? Will I have to pay for it 100% out of pocket? Will I be able to choose which air ambulance company I use? All of these are common questions we receive, and all are questions that need to be answered in order to ensure you feel confident with your medical air transport.
Depending on where you live, your local healthcare system may or may not be up to your standard. The demand for destination healthcare is booming, and we are excited to be able to transport our patients to any hospital of their choosing, anywhere in North America.