If an insurance company issues a waiver on high blood pressure any thing that is a result of HBP is also not covered? Doesn't that make the coverage basically an accident plan? There are a lot of conditions that are a result of HBP. And companies will find a way to make an illness a HBP issue if the can find a way to get out of paying I'm sure. I had a client that we submitted with Unicare and they issued a Hypertension waiver and he said forget it when we read the waiver. It listed dozens of conditions that wouldn't be covered because they all came back to the HBP. I then submitted him with Aetna and got him covered with a slight rate up. He was happy with it, but like he said why would some one take a plan with a Hypertension waiver?