Worldwide Farmers Exchange (WFE) is required by the U.S. State Department to make sure there is medical insurance coverage for all of its participants. WFE does this by paying for the medical insurance. The insurance coverage begins on arrival in the U. S. and ends on departure from the U.S., provided both dates are not more than 30 days before or after the program dates as shown on the DS-2019 form. Medical insurance for participants who leave before completion of the program stops on the day they leave the program. The medical insurance provided by WFE exceeds the requirements set by the U.S. State Department, as shown in the Description of Coverage.
Need to see a doctor?
If you are currently in the U.S. participating in the WFE Program and need to see a doctor, please visit the MultiPlan website to locate a medical provider in your area.
What do I need to take to my medical appointment?
When you visit the doctor’s office, you will need to present your insurance card and a copy of the Claim Form. A portion of this form will be filled out by the provider. You will be responsible for submitting the completed claim form by mail.
How do I file a claim?
Download a copy of the claim form and instructions, take it with you to your medical visit, and have the doctor or clinic complete its portion or give you a standard form 1500. You must then email the form along with any related receipts to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail the claim form to the address below:
Administrative Concepts, Inc.
994 Old Eagle School Road
Wayne, PA 19087-1802
What is a co-payment?
The medical insurance company requires that you make some payment of the medical costs if you visit an emergency room. The co-pay for an ER visit is $100, and is only charged if you are not admitted to the hospital. This co-payment is your responsibility and is a normal part of medical care in the United States.
For questions about your coverage, call Administrative Concepts at 1-888-293-9229.