Is there a good health insurance plan for senior citizens in Canada?
If you’re a citizen of Canada and looking for the best public insurance, here’s some information for you.
First of all, what is insurance? Public insurance is a kind of health support (gathered from the taxes) dedicated to you by the government.
Every province has a specific type of insurance, and it’s divided into three types:
1. Universal insurance
2. Non-universal insurance
3. Optional insurance
For instance, you can apply either for private plans or provincial medical care in British Columbia. The insurance type provided in Ontario is non-universal so that you can use personal health care.
Quebec provides universal health coverage, which means that all residents of the country or region can apply for its insurance. The available options are as follows:
1. Providing Dental health coverage by Blue Cross
2. Providing travel insurance
3. Delivering health care using telemedicine twenty- four hours a day. It is available for adults up to 59
4. Providing odyssey insurance for dental health.
Notice that it does not cover Remedial and prime surgeries.