The benefits between these two types of travel medical insurance plans can vary greatly. A comprehensive plan usually pays 80% or more after the deductible of any reasonable and customary eligible charges. On the other hand, a scheduled benefit plan reimburses you up to a maximum amount per service provided, otherwise known as the scheduled benefit. While a scheduled benefit plan is usually significantly less expensive, the benefits can be much lower than the charges incurred leaving you with a greater out of pocket cost. A Scheduled Benefit Plan still has a maximum policy amount.