"All fully insured and self-funded health plans administered by Medical Mutual Mutual and Mutual Health Services will cover treatment for Ebola as if it were any other illness, subject to terms and conditions of the member’s plan."
This is crucial language: it means that items like isolation and special travel arrangements are likely covered. On the other hand:
"[W]e do not have specific information about treatments considered “unproven,” experimental or investigational, such as plasma transfusions from recovered patients or the medication Zmapp."
They do go on to note, though, that they would "likely" be covered. I understand this: no one really knows what we're getting into here. And if this does in fact become pandemic, well, all bets are off.