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Arg. This is putting front and center that I’m going to have to figure this out in the next few months as we transition from working to not working to living in Europe and making sure we have the right coverage for when we come back to the US for family visits. Thanks, as always for your deep dives.
Thanks for your considerable effort in research and writing about this topic. I am also wading through the options for myself for 2024. Your coverage has made the talk a little easier and is confirming a lot of info I have and opening up avenues of inquiries for items I have not thought about. I’ll let you know how it goes!
I think the follow through of a health insurance company is another important factor. It's one thing for them to state on paper that they will cover x, y, and z but quite another if they make it difficult to use the coverage in a time of emergency or take their time with reimbursements. How do the companies you mentioned rate for efficiency and support?
Another extremely helpful article about this daunting topic. THANK YOU!
Genki is tempting, but there is no available info on claims. I don't know how long the processing takes, if most are denied etc. Furthermore, I sent a couple of questions to dr-walter and have not heard back after almost 2 months!!!
Brent, I commented on your previous article with the same concern. Have you heard any info on Genki's claim processing since?
And please keep writing on this topic. These articles are extremely helpful.