If you have more questions on waivers, please contact the Student Health Center at (208) 496-9330.
|Regular On-Campus & Away-From-Campus Coverage||Extended Coverage|
|Single Student Only||Semester||$270||$650 per month|
|Single Student Plus Dependent(s)||Semester||$757||$991 per month|
|Married Student Only||Semester||$318||$650 per month|
|Married Student Plus Dependent(s)||Semester||$1,085||$991 per month|
The Student Health Center is your primary source of medical care. If you need to receive treatment, make your first appointment with the SHC. If the SHC can't treat you, you'll be referred to a contracted physician in the community. You must preauthorize all care you receive outside the SHC. The SHC will coordinate the preauthorization process. If you need to see a physician outside of the SHC make sure your provider is contracted with the Deseret Mutual's Preferred Provider Network. If you use non-contracted providers, your benefits will be lower. For help finding a contracted provider, contact Deseret Mutual. If you use non-contracted providers, you will be responsible to pay any charges over maximum allowable amounts.
Deseret Mutual's medical staff is available 24 hours a day at 1-800-777-3622. If you need emergency care after SHC hours, go to the nearest contracted urgent care facility or the nearest hospital emergency room, or dial 911.
The Student Health Plan now includes prescription drug coverage for everyone. (Something about lower cost to administer the service this way) As such, insurance premiums have changed. Please refer to the table above or to the Student Health Plan Handbook for more details.
Beginning this 2012-2013 academic year, the Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as "health-care reform") mandates a number of preventive services to be covered by the Student Health Plan, with no cost to you when you see a contracted (or "network") provider. For a list of the covered preventive services, see the Student Health Plan Handbook.
NOTICE TO PLAN PARTICIPANTS
The organization that sponsors your group health plan has certified that it qualifies for a temporary enforcement safe harbor with respect to the Federal requirement to cover contraceptive services without cost sharing. During this one-year period, coverage under your group health plan will not include coverage of contraceptive services.