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Action Required: University of Virginia's Hard-Waiver Health Insurance Program (Authorized Payer)

Dear Authorized Payer:

You are receiving this reminder notice because your student has been identified as a new or returning student who has yet to take action under the University of Virginia's hard-waiver health insurance program for the 2017-2018 academic year or who filed a waiver that was denied.

Please take a moment and review this email in its entirety. In an effort to ensure that your student will meet the requirements for the 2017-2018 hard-waiver program, please take action to complete the University of Virginia’s hard-waiver program.

If your student currently has health insurance, they must complete a waiver application by February 5, 2018. Your student can complete the waiver by going to the site administered by Aetna Student Health at www.uvastudentinsurance.com and clicking the "Enroll/Waive" link. The waiver site is available to all students through February 5, 2018. They are encouraged to access the site as soon as possible to file a waiver application. In order to complete a waiver application, they will need their University ID (UID). The UID appears on the University photo ID card. If they do not know the UID, they should go to www.virginia.edu/sis and click on "University ID Lookup" in the Help section.

The deadline to waive the University's sponsored health insurance is February 5, 2018. If they currently have a health insurance plan and it does not comply with the University hard-waiver program, they will be enrolled automatically in the Aetna Student Health plan and responsible for the spring premium ($1,666.00 U.S.). The University will post the charge on February 26, 2018, and payment will become due on March 31, 2018. Once enrolled, the coverage cannot be canceled, and the charge will not be removed from your University bill until paid in full. The plan provides coverage from January 1, 2018, through August 14, 2018.

If they would like to enroll in the Aetna Student Health plan, they may also do so at www.uvastudentinsurance.com. If they intend to enroll, they are urged to do so as soon as possible to ensure they have immediate access to health care under the Aetna plan.

Parents of International Students: Please Read

If your student filed a waiver application last year, whether it was accepted or rejected, they must file a new application for the 2017-2018 academic year.

  • For questions regarding status as an international student, please contact the International Studies Office at [email protected] or 434-982-3010.
  • Students who are pursuing or hold permanent resident, refugee, asylee, or temporary protected status must submit appropriate documentation to the International Studies Office by February 5, 2018, to be exempt from the University's international hard-waiver requirements. This is a firm deadline. Students who fail to submit appropriate documentation by February 5, 2018, will be subject to the international hard-waiver requirements, instead of the domestic hard-waiver requirements.

Students Eligible for Graduate Health Insurance Subsidy: Please Read

If your student is a new or returning student eligible for the University's graduate health insurance subsidy, they must still comply with the University's hard-waiver program by waiving the coverage or enrolling in the Aetna Student Health plan. Students should follow these steps:

  • Visit www.uvastudentinsurance.com and click on the "Enroll/Waive" link. The charge for the health insurance will appear on the student's SIS account; however, the graduate health subsidy award will offset this charge.
  • If they plan to utilize the graduate health insurance subsidy, it is essential that they enroll no later than February 5, 2018.

More Information

While the online waiver application is administered by Aetna Student Health, the site has been pre-programmed to evaluate a student's waiver application pursuant to the specific coverage criteria set by the University. Aetna Student Health has no discretion in denying a waiver application.

Additional information on the hard-waiver program, including what constitutes comparable coverage, is posted on the Student Health website.

For questions regarding the hard-waiver process, please contact Student Health at [email protected]

Department of Student Health

Sours: https://vpsa.virginia.edu/communications/2017/parent-hardwaiver

Submitting Health Insurance Verification

Important Dates

DateRequired Action
November 18, 2019Aetna's online health insurance site opens to incoming spring semester students who need to enroll or submit health insurance verification. Please note: if you returned to UVA for the fall semester and have completed the insurance verification prior to the fall semester, you do not need to complete it again for the spring semester. Also, if you are enrolled as a UVA student in the fall, you are unable to waive out of the Aetna student health plan midway during the academic year. 
January 1, 2020Coverage begins for students enrolled in the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.
February 3, 2020Deadline by which students must enroll or waive coverage.
February 12, 2020Deadline by which a student can appeal the decision if their waiver is denied.
February 28, 2020UVA will post the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan annual premium of $1,742 to the SIS accounts of students who enrolled, failed to submit adequate documentation, or whose health plans were determined not to provide comparable coverage.
March 31, 2020Deadline by which students must pay the annual premium for the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.
August 14, 2020Date that coverage ends for students enrolled in the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.

To determine comparable coverage, a student must complete a waiver application by accessing the online waiver site administered by Aetna Student Health at www.uvastudentinsurance.com and following the instructions under the tab labeled “Enroll/Waive."

Before entering the online waiver site, a student should have all of the following available:

  1. Current health insurance plan ID card.
  2. Current health insurance carrier’s brochure or plan description.
  3. University ID number (UID). A student who does not know their UID can go to www.virginia.edu/sis and click on "University ID Lookup" in the Help section.

Although the online waiver site is administered by Aetna Student Health, it has been pre-programmed to evaluate a student’s waiver application pursuant to the specific coverage criteria set by UVA. Aetna Student Health has no discretion in denying a waiver application.

Students must file a waiver application at the online waiver site by the deadline above. This deadline will be strictly enforced. No waiver applications will be processed after the deadline. Students not meeting the waiver requirement by this date, will be expected to pay the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan premium charge on their SIS accounts. See Denied Waivers or Failure to Waive. Waivers are submitted once at the beginning of each academic year.

Dependents of enrolled students are not subject to the hard waiver program. UVA strongly encourages dependents to maintain adequate health coverage throughout their stay in Charlottesville. As a reminder, dependents with the J-2 visa status are required by law to maintain health insurance at proscribed minimum levels throughout their stay or risk the loss of legal status.

After Submitting a Waiver Application

Review of waivers is completed in 7-10 business days. If more than 10 business days have passed since your application, the status of a waiver application can be confirmed by calling Aetna customer service at 1-800-466-3027. If a student's waiver application is approved, they will receive an email stating that it has been approved. A denial by the pre-programmed online waiver site is not the final decision. All denied waivers are subsequently reviewed by University personnel and an email will be sent from UVA confirming the final determination. See Denied Waivers or Failure to Waive.

Sours: https://www.studenthealth.virginia.edu/submitting-health-insurance-verification
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Health Insurance Verification Deadlines

Important Dates for Spring Semester 2022

DateRequired Action

November 15, 2021

Aetna's online health insurance site opens to incoming spring semester students who need to enroll or submit health insurance verification. This step-by-step tutorial details how to submit proof of health insurance on the UVA Aetna website, and this video also walks you through the online process. Please note: If you enrolled in the Aetna student health plan as a UVA student in the fall, you are unable to waive out of the Aetna student health plan midway during the academic year.
January 1, 2022Coverage begins for students enrolled Aetna Student Health Insurance plan. 2022 premium $1,828
January 31, 2022Deadline by which a student must take action to enroll or waive during Insurance Verification period.
February 7, 2022Deadline by which a student can appeal the decision if their waiver is denied.
February 28, 2022UVA will post the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan annual premium ($1,828) to the SIS accounts of students who enrolled, failed to enroll or waive the Aetna student health plan, or whose health plans were determined not to provide comparable coverage.
March 31, 2022Deadline by which students must pay the annual premium for the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.
July 31, 2022Date that coverage ends for students enrolled in the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.

Important Dates for Fall Semester 2021

DateRequired Action

July 19, 2021

Aetna's online health insurance site opens to incoming fall semester students who need to enroll or submit health insurance verification. This step-by-step tutorial details how to submit proof of health insurance on the UVA Aetna website, and this video also walks you through the online process. Please note: If you enrolled in the Aetna student health plan as a UVA student in the fall, you are unable to waive out of the Aetna student health plan midway during the academic year.
August 1, 2021Coverage begins for students new to the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan. 2021/22 premium $3,148
August 15, 2021Coverage begins for existing students that have re-enrolled in the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan. 2021/22 premium $3,027
August 31, 2021Deadline by which a student must take action to enroll or waive during Insurance Verification period.
September 7, 2021Deadline by which a student can appeal the decision if their waiver is denied.
September 30, 2021UVA will post the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan annual premium ($3,148 for new students to the health plan, $3,027 for existing students continuing on the health plan) to the SIS accounts of students who enrolled, failed to enroll or waive the Aetna student health plan, or whose health plans were determined not to provide comparable coverage.
October 31, 2021Deadline by which students must pay the annual premium for the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.
July 31, 2022Date that coverage ends for students enrolled in the Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.

All UVA students, both domestic and international, who pay the full comprehensive fee with their tuition must meet the health insurance verification requirements.

UVA implemented the health insurance verification program for these important reasons:

  • To reduce the health risk of its student population by ensuring reliable access to health care services.
  • To insulate students from devastating medical charges.
  • To ensure compliance with University policy.

Because unforeseen medical situations can and do arise over the course of an academic career, UVA requires students who are charged the full comprehensive fee with tuition to also carry adequate health insurance.

What Does This Mean?

Under the health insurance verification program, UVA requires students charged the full comprehensive fee to:

  1. carry health insurance that meets specific coverage requirements (i.e., comparable coverage); and
  2. provide proof of this insurance on an annual basis.

If proof of comparable coverage is not submitted (whether a student fails to submit any documentation or because a student’s health plan is determined not to provide adequate comparable coverage), the student will be responsible for the full cost for single coverage under the University-endorsed Aetna Student Health Insurance plan.

What is Comparable Coverage?

In order to be considered comparable coverage, both domestic and international student’s health plan must meet the following five specific requirements for 2021-2022:

  • The plan provides in-patient care and outpatient care (including visits for behavioral health care) within a 75-mile radius of the Charlottesville area. Coverage for emergency-only care (out of state medicaid) does NOT satisfy this requirement.
  • The plan provides unlimited-medical benefits per sickness or injury. Insurance that fails to cover or limits coverage for pre-existing conditions is NOT acceptable.
  • The plan is provided by a company licensed to do business in the U.S. with (a) a U.S. claims office, (b) a U.S. phone number, (c) plan literature available in English, and (d) benefits provided in accordance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The following programs do NOT qualify as comparable coverage: Travel insurance & Reimbursement programs of any kind.
  • The plan provides in-patient treatment and outpatient treatment for substance abuse (both alcohol and drug abuse) within a 75-mile radius of the Charlottesville area. Coverage for emergency only care (out of state medicaid) does not satisfy this requirement.
  • My coverage will remain in effect for all semesters in which I am enrolled for the 2021-2022 academic year.
  • I will be held financially responsible for payment of all charges not covered by my health insurance plan.
Sours: https://www.studenthealth.virginia.edu/health-insurance-verification-deadlines
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Insurance

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Student Health and Wellness provides care for all UVA students that are charged the full comprehensive fees with tuition.

  • There are no co-pay costs associated with visits to care providers as they have been pre-paid with tuition as mandatory fees.
  • There are charges for certain services, such as supplies for certain treatments, immunizations, and allergy injections.

All students at the University of Virginia charged the full comprehensive fees with their tuition are required to have health insurance. These students are required to either submit proof of their health insurance or enroll in the UVA Aetna Student Health Plan by these key deadlines. This step-by-step PDF tutorial details how to submit proof of health insurance on the UVA Aetna website, or you can watch this video that walks you through the online enrollment/verification process.

  • NEW: Health Insurance Enrollment + Verification Tutorial Videos
    • Watch this video to learn more about the health insurance verification and enrollment process at UVA. 
    • Watch this video for a step-by-step walkthrough of the online enrollment/verification process.
  • If you have financial concerns about the affordability of health insurance (UVA Aetna Student Health Plan or otherwise), please do not hesitate to reach out at [email protected] or by calling 434-243-2702.
  • In the Student Health and Wellness building are satellite locations for a UVA Health laboratory and pharmacy. If a student receives laboratory or pharmacy services at these satellite locations, UVA Health will file to the student’s health insurance plan.
  • The Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer oversees the student health insurance program. The Student Health Insurance Committee (SHIC) consists of faculty, students, and staff and serves as an advisory body to the Vice President.

* Note: All UVA students, regardless of how many credits they are enrolled in, are eligible to receive services from the Student Disability Access Center (SDAC).

Enroll/Submit Proof of Insurance

FAQS

Video: Learn More

Ask a Question

Sours: https://www.studenthealth.virginia.edu/insurance

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Action Required: University of Virginia’s Hard-Waiver Health Insurance Program (Students)

Dear Student,

You are receiving this reminder notice because you have been identified as a new or returning student who has yet to take action under the University of Virginia's hard-waiver health insurance program for the 2017-2018 academic year or who filed a waiver that was denied.

Please take a moment and review this email in its entirety. In an effort to ensure that you will meet the requirements for the 2017-2018 hard-waiver program, please take action to complete the University of Virginia's hard-waiver program.

If you currently have health insurance, you must complete a waiver application by February 5, 2018. You can complete the waiver by going to the site administered by Aetna Student Health at www.uvastudentinsurance.com and clicking the "Enroll/Waive" link. The waiver site is available to all students through February 5, 2018. We encourage you to access the site as soon as possible to file a waiver application. In order to complete a waiver application, you will need your University ID (UID). Your UID appears on your University photo ID card. If you do not know your UID, please go to www.virginia.edu/sis and click on "University ID Lookup" in the Help section.

The deadline to waive the University's sponsored health insurance is February 5, 2018. If you currently have a health insurance plan and it does not comply with the University hard-waiver program, you will be enrolled automatically in the Aetna Student Health plan and responsible for the spring premium ($1,666.00 U.S.). The University will post the charge on February 26, 2018, and payment will become due on March 31, 2018. Once enrolled, the coverage cannot be canceled, and the charge will not be removed from your University bill until paid in full. The plan provides coverage from January 1, 2018, through August 14, 2018.

If you would like to enroll in the Aetna Student Health plan, you may also do so at www.uvastudentinsurance.com. If you intend to enroll, you are urged to do so as soon as possible to ensure you have immediate access to health care under the Aetna plan.

International Students: Please Read

If you are an international student who filed a waiver application last year, whether it was accepted or rejected, you must file a new application for the 2017-2018 academic year.

  • For questions regarding your status as an international student, please contact the International Studies Office at [email protected] or 434-982-3010.
  • Students who are pursuing or hold permanent resident, refugee, asylee, or temporary protected status must submit appropriate documentation to the International Studies Office by February 20, 2018, to be exempt from the University's international hard-waiver requirements. This is a firm deadline. Students who fail to submit appropriate documentation by February 20, 2018, will be subject to the international hard-waiver requirements, instead of the domestic hard-waiver requirements.

Students Eligible for Graduate Health Insurance Subsidy: Please Read

If you are a new or returning student eligible for the University's graduate health insurance subsidy, you must still comply with the University's hard-waiver program by waiving the coverage or enrolling in the Aetna Student Health plan. Please follow these steps:

  • Visit www.uvastudentinsurance.com, and click on "Enroll/Waive" link. The charge for the health insurance will appear on your SIS account; however, your graduate health subsidy award will offset this charge.
  • If you plan to utilize the graduate health insurance subsidy, it is essential that you enroll no later than February 20, 2018.

More Information

While the online waiver application is administered by Aetna Student Health, the site has been pre-programmed to evaluate a student's waiver application pursuant to the specific coverage criteria set by the University. Aetna Student Health has no discretion in denying a waiver application.

Additional information on the hard-waiver program, including what constitutes comparable coverage, is posted on the Student Health website.

For questions regarding the hard-waiver process, please contact Student Health at [email protected]

Sincerely,

Department of Student Health

Sours: https://vpsa.virginia.edu/communications/2017/student-hardwaiver
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