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1Repatriation to Hospital Near Home Coverage, Patient Return Transportation Coverage, and Mortal Remains Transportation Coverage benefits shall extend Worldwide.

Worldwide coverage shall automatically extend to the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean (excluding Cuba), the Bahamas and Bermuda (collectively, “Basic Coverage Area”) (excluding countries referenced on the Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) countries, and Antarctica), and extend elsewhere contingent upon ten (10) day prior notice of such travel. Notice may be provided by (i) certified mail, return receipt requested, to the MASA Corporate office; (ii) electronic mail, including delivery confirmation; or (iii) facsimile, including confirmation of delivery, and MASA’s written acknowledgment of such notice. Notice must include a travel itinerary of travel destinations and dates. Unless otherwise authorized by MASA in writing, Worldwide coverage shall apply up to ninety (90) days per trip. During the first year of enrollment, Members requiring Worldwide Coverage must pay their membership in full for the first twelve (12) months prior to receiving this benefit.


3Amounts shown reflect actual amounts billed to MASA members. Individual amounts billed by providers vary depending upon various factors.

4Based on estimated air ambulance claims data received by MASA. Individual claims vary.

5Anon,“Air Ambulances” NAIC. (n.d.) February 22, 2022. Accessed September 21, 2022. US Statistic;

6Anon, “National Association of State EMS officials releases stats on local agencies, 911calls”. EMS1. April 10, 2020. Accessed September 21, 2022. US Statistic;

7LorieKonish, “This is the real reason most Americans file for bankruptcy”. CNBC. February 10, 2019. Accessed September 21, 2022. 

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