Medicare or private insurance may not cover all of your emergency medical transportation costs. A ground ambulance or air transport could cost thousands. It's important to protect yourself.
Medical Air Services Association (MASA) provides plans for lifesaving emergency transportation services. Services are paid in full, with no deductibles, co-pays, or dollar limits. Whether home or traveling, MASA covers your ambulance or airlift, regardless of your age or medical condition.
Plus, you can get your MASA plan through a trusted source: your association membership.
To learn more about this Medical Transportation Insurance view the "Tell Me More" and "FAQs" sections. Or call to speak directly to a representative.
Protecting Families with Compassion When Others Don’t
Your association membership offers you access so you can bridge the high-cost gaps in Medicare and private insurance for emergency transport.
What Do MASA Plans Provide
Benefits of Platinum Plans
Platinum is the standard in emergency transportation coverage. With a family plan, covering you, your partner and all children under the age of 26, this plan provides ultimate peace of mind. Think of it like your own team of financial defenders, protecting you from surprise charges, greedy billing and the hidden gaps in your health insurance.
Upgrade Options Available
Save on options like the 5-Year Upgrade Plan, or Charter Lifetime Plan (prepay and never pay again)!
Additional benefits with these upgraded plans include:
Won’t my insurance pay for an ambulance or emergency medical transports?
What if the ambulance that picks me up is out-of-network?
What is medical necessity?
What is a deductible?
Which ambulance company can I use?
Do I need to worry about MASA rejecting my claim?
Do I call MASA at the time of an emergency?
Does MASA provide coverage if I get sick outside the US?
Which MASA Plan is right for me?
When should I call MASA?
You should call MASA MTS after you receive a bill from any emergency medical transportation solution. You should also call if you’re hospitalized more than 100 miles away from home, are in stable condition and need: