Plans for international travel
When you leave the U.S., you may not have all the protection you need through your domestic medical plan. That’s why it’s important to consider international coverage from GeoBlue. Part of the Blue Cross Blue Shield family, GeoBlue1 international health plans take the worries and what-ifs out of traveling and living abroad.
GeoBlue international health plans feature:
- Single-trip, multi-trip, and expat plans available
- Access to doctors in more than 190 countries
- Direct billing with providers
- Coverage for emergency medical evacuations not typically covered by domestic health plans
- 24/7/365 assistance from a team of global health and safety experts
- Cashless, paperless billing
- Global TeleMDTM telemedicine services that provide 24/7/365 access to doctor consultations by telephone or video
You can enroll right up to the day you plan to travel, and you don’t need to be enrolled in an Independence Blue Cross medical plan to purchase an international health insurance plan.
For more information or to enroll, call 1-855-481-6647 (TTY: 711) to speak with a GeoBlue representative.
1 GeoBlue® is the trade name of Worldwide Insurance Services, LLC (Worldwide Services Insurance Agency, LLC in California and New York), an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. GeoBlue is the administrator of coverage provided under insurance policies issued by 4 Ever Life International Limited, Bermuda, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.
Global TeleMD telemedicine services are provided by Advance Medical, part of Teladoc Health, directly to you. GeoBlue assumes no liability and accepts no responsibility for information provided by Advance Medical and the performance of the services by Advance Medical. Support and information provided through this service does not confirm that any related treatment or additional support is covered under your health plan. To discuss the coverage under your health plan, please contact us using the number on the back of your ID card. This service is not intended to be used for emergency or urgent treatment medical questions.