This is something that I have been wondering about for awhile.
What do you do for medical coverage while extended travelling in the USA or for that matter Canada? For instance Canadians become "snow birds" and follow the sun, leave Canada in the late fall
and return early spring.
Presently, for instance, we buy travel insurance from " CAA" (Canada) that gives you medical coverage for 30 days while travellng - anywhere.
If you want longer coverage, it is a lot more expensive.- you pay for it by the day.
A friend of ours makes it a point to return to Canada every 30 days as this will "reset" the insurance clock . Others just pay? and stay. Some just chance it and hope for the best.
Insurance rates increase dramatically as you become "more senior"