Additional health coverage may be offered by your Medigap policy for health care supplies and services you can get outside the US.
Medigap has standard plans that include C, D, F, G, M, and N all provide emergency health care coverage for foreign travel emergencies when traveling outside the United States.
No longer for sale are plans E, H, I, and J unless you bought one prior to June 1st of 2010 in which case you can keep the plan. Emergency health care for foreign travel are covered by all these plans.
Medigap coverage outside the US plans like C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, M, and N will pay billed charges for certain necessary emergency care outside the US, paying 80% after you reached a $250 annual deductible. These policies begin during the first 60 days the trip covering foreign travel emergency care.
There is a limit of $50,000 for lifetime on foreign travel emergency coverage.