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The 2013-2014 Student Health Insurance Plan is Affordable Care Act compliant and includes:

  • Ability to use the University Health Center for most of your medical needs
  • All claims for reimbursement are managed by UnitedHealthcare StudentResources
  • Essential benefit coverage up to $500,000 plan year maximum
  • Most preventive benefits are covered at 100% with no deductible, no co-pay, including immunizations (Complete list of preventive benefits)
  • Prescriptions (including birth control) up to the $500,000 plan year maximum
  • Dental benefits are available for an additional cost

More information available at ahpcare.com/jmu or by calling 855-247-2273

The Health Insurance policy:

The Dental Insurance policy:

  • Available for purchase through September 15th each year
  • Can only be purchased in conjunction with a Health Insurance policy
  • Separate policy with Delta Dental

How does the UnitedHealthcare student insurance 'work' at the University Health Center?

  • The University Health Center is a participating provider with UnitedHealthcare StudentResources for JMU students who have purchased a policy
  • No insurance billing is done by the University Health Center
  • Receipts are provided for any services that carry an associated cost
  • The student must file for reimbursement from UnitedHealthcare StudentResources

How does the UnitedHealthcare student insurance 'work' at other healthcare providers?

When the University Health Center is closed the UnitedHealthcare student insurance policy allows students to go to any provider they choose for treatment. Choose wisely! Your cost will vary depending on if the provider is in or out of network.

  • Physician visits within the United Healthcare PPO Network are subject to a $35 copayment, an 80/20 coinsurance cost share, and preventive care visits are usually covered at 100%
  • Physician visits not in network (to non-PPO providers) have a 60/40 coinsurance cost share, and preventive care visits have no benefits

Disclaimer: The information given here is not exhaustive, please call 855-247-2273 if you have specific questions about your coverage or visit ahpcare.com/jmu for more general policy information.

Who can enroll?

  • Undergraduate students enrolled in six (6) or more credit hours
  • Undergraduate students enrolled during the summer in three (3) or more credit hours
  • Graduate students enrolled in three (3) or more credit hours

How do I enroll?

Complete an enrollment form on line or print out the enrollment form and submit by mail. Your premium payment must be received at the time you enroll.

When do I enroll?

Enrolled students can complete the application for insurance coverage at any time for the various coverage periods.

When is the effective date of coverage?

The effective date of coverage begins:

  • The date the premium is received by the company or its authorized representative
  • Or on the effective date of the coverage period, whichever is later

Claims Reimbursement

The University Health Center currently does not accept any insurance as a form of payment, however it is a participating provider for the Student Health Insurance Plan. If there is a charge for any service rendered, the student is responsible for payment at the time of service.

Send any University Health Center receipts to UnitedHealthcare StudentResources for reimbursement.

UnitedHealthcare StudentResources
PO Box 809025
Dallas, TX 75380-9025

Make sure the following information in included:

Patient Information:

  • Name
  • Date of birth

Insured Student Information:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Social Security Number
  • Name of school student attends

File claims within 30 days of injury or first treatment for a sickness. Bills should be received by the company within 90 days of service. Bills submitted after one year will not be considered for payment except in the absence of legal capacity.

Contact UnitedHealthcare StudentResources