With the enhancements made to our Visitors to Canada Emergency Medical Insurance plans, you can offer your clients increased benefits with decreased prices. Changes to the benefits coming on September 1 can be reviewed in an easy to refer to table below:
|Before September 1, 2018||New! After September 1, 2018|
|Age||15 days to 84 years||15 days to 85 years|
|Sum Insured Options||$25,000, $50,000, $100,000 & $300,000||$25,000, $50,000, $100,000 & $150,000|
|Follow Up Visits||
Essential Plan: added
One (1) follow up visit up to $1,000
up to $5,000
Increased up to $10,000
|Repatriation of Remains||Essential Plan: $5,000||Essential Plan: Increased up to $10,000|
|Cremation/Burial at Destination||Essential Plan: $3,000||Essential Plan: Increased up to $4,000|
|Hospital Stay Allowance||Premier Plan:
$50/Day up to $500
|Changed to Incidental Expenses up to $250|
|Accidental Death & Dismemberment||Only available with the Premier Plan||Premier Plan: Added “loss of hearing”|
First $250 deductible waived when hospitalized for 72 consecutive hours
After receiving feedback from our partners, we have divided the current policy wording into two separate policy booklets for the Essential and the Premier plan. They also have a refreshed, colour-coded design!
What Should You Do With Old Copies of the VTC Policy Wordings, if you have any left?
Retain a few copies of the old policy wording for your reference. You may need to use these to refer back if a client, who had purchased the policy prior to the changes, calls you with questions.
How Can You Order the New and Improved VTC Policy Wordings?
Order your ‘hot of the press’ copies of the new Visitors to Canada Emergency Medical Insurance policy wordings online by visiting our Online Marketing Materials Ordering Form, or contact us directly at 1-855-566-8555.
Download the Policy Wording:
To Essential Plan Only
To Premier Plan Only
To Premier and Essential Plans:
All of the above conditions must be met for a Medical Condition to be considered Stable and Controlled.”
h. Treat, Treated, Treatment
“Treat, Treated or Treatment means a procedure prescribed, performed or recommended by a Physician for a Medical Condition. This includes but is not limited to prescribed medication, investigative testing and surgery.”
Download the Policy Wording:
Eligibility Questions added for Visitors to Canada plans
To ensure a sale is properly done, we are updating our online portal to include the eligibility questions right at the time of sale. No need to refer to the policy wording while asking questions to your clients when you have the questions right in front of you!
Claim Form is now included with Visitors to Canada Confirmation of Coverage (COC)
When a policy is sold and the Confirmation of Coverage (COC) is sent to the client, a claim form is now automatically attached. In the event of an emergency, your client will have the necessary documents all in one email! .
With the newly added benefits and pricing for Travelance’s Visitors to Canada Emergency Medical Insurance Plans, along with updates in the online agent portal, you’ll want to be prepared to help your clients!
Learn more about Travelance’s enhanced Visitors to Canada Emergency Medical Insurance Plans and online agent portal by registering for our live online training sessions, hosted by our Regional Representatives. If you prefer in-person training, visit our webpage to register for the ‘2018 Travelance VTC Roadshow,’ where we will be bringing training to many cities across the country.
Not able to attend our online sessions or Roadshow events? Contact your Regional Rep at 1-855-566-8555 to discuss alternative training options.
With the many new and exciting changes, you may have some questions regarding the products, portal or processes. Please contact our well-prepared Support Services Team with any of your questions via phone, email, or website chat. They are available Monday to Friday 9:00am to 9:00pm EST.