Have you ever heard of an air medical transport and crisis response membership? If not, frequent travelers may want to read this article.
If you have a medical crisis somewhere in the world, neither your health insurance nor your travel insurance with be of much help. The “medical evacuation” expenses on travel policies usually only pay for transportation to the nearest appropriate medical facility. But what if it isn't the right facility for your condition? But your air medical transport and crisis response membership will. It should cover the cost of transporting you in an ambulance to the aircraft, the actual flight, and then to your home. There is also additional coverage which can include bedside deployment, case management and access to physicians who speak your language, a huge help if you are somewhere where you do not know the language!
What do you think? Is this something you would want/need?