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Student Health Insurance for 2015-2016 Academic Year

Health Insurance Exchanges

Marquette University no longer offers a voluntary student health insurance plan. As a result of the Affordable Care Act, most Marquette students are entitled to coverage through age 26 under health care policies purchased by their parents. Marquette students who otherwise lack access to health insurance may purchase policies through health insurance exchanges.

A health insurance exchange is a place where consumers can purchase subsidized health insurance coverage. Exchanges are online marketplaces--interactive websites where shoppers can research all of their options compare offerings and buy health insurance.

Since the Affordable Care Act no longer allows insurers to deny coverage or charge people more based on their health status or pre-existing conditions, people without coverage, including those who have been unable to buy coverage in the past, can now shop for health insurance through health insurance exchanges.

The Affordable Care Act provides tax credits and subsidies for qualified individuals to help make insurance purchased on a health care exchange more affordable.

As you shop the health insurance exchanges, you will make decisions based a few criteria:

1. Select the health insurance company and network of doctors you want included.

2. Select a level of coverage (each plan has four levels of coverage called metal plans--Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze--each based on a percentage of coverage amounts).

3. Select a premium you can afford--remember, you may qualify for a federal subsidy.

All plans on an exchange have to offer some core benefits--called essential health benefits--like preventative and wellness services, prescription drugs, and coverage for hospital stays.

While you are free to use any health insurance exchange, Aon Affinity Health Plans has been selected by Marquette University for its ease of use and ability to provide direct, helpful information and options to students seeking coverage. You can contact Affinity Health Plans by calling 1-866-912-9251 or by going online at www.AonAffinityHealthPlans.com.

 

Graduate Assistant Health Insurance for 2015-2016 Academic Year

The Select Graduate Assistant School Plan from American Management Advisors (AMA) provides for University-subsidized coverage with optional student-purchased benefits for qualifying Graduate Assistants. Enrollment is handled by the Graduate School. The enrollment form below can be used to add coverage for spouses and dependents.

 

International Student Health Insurance for 2015-2016 Academic Year

Health insurance coverage for international students is again available through AMA and is mandatory. The plan information below provides details on coverage benefits, enrollment for spouses and dependents, and continuation coverage following graduation.

 

If you have questions or concerns about Graduate Assistant or International Student coverage, please call AMA at 1-888-533-7654 between 8 AM and 4:30 PM EST Monday through Friday.

Click here to Change, Edit or Add your address for 2015-2016:

 

Click here to order a replacement ID card for 2015-2016:

 

Student Health Insurance FAQ's

What are the coverage dates for the insurance plan for 2015-2016?

Annual coverage is August 1, 2015, to July 31, 2016.  The effective date of the coverage will be August 1, 2015.  

Which physicians or hospitals are in the network?

Marquette University Medical Clinic (formally Student Health Services) and Marquette Sports Rehibilitation Clinic are in the network. Contact your insurer to determine if other providers are in the network, as network participation by providers changes from time to time.

How do I arrange for payment for medical services?

Students should take their insurance cards with them and present them to the provider for direct billing of medical services where permissible.    

I lost my insurance card. What do I do? 

Students can request a replacement card from by clicking the link below.

Click here to order a replacement ID card for 2015-2016:

I don’t think my claim was received or it may not have been paid correctly. What do I do?

Students should obtain and review the applicable Explanations of Benefits (EOB) from the insurer to confirm which claims have been paid.  If a student believes that a claim has not been paid correctly, the student should provide all details of the services and the payment or failure to pay to the insurer, along with the name of the provider(s) and date(s) of the claims in question.

Click here to Change, Edit or Add your address for 2014-2015

How do I resove claims for the 2014-2015 plan year?

Please contact CHP regarding coverage:

How do I resolve claims for the 2013-2014 plan year?

Please contact regarding SAS coverage:

How do I resolve claims for the 2012-2013 plan year?

Please contact regarding SAS coverage:

Please contact regarding Chartis coverage:

 

How do I resolve claims for the 2011-2012 plan year?

Please contact regarding SAS coverage:

Please contact regarding WPS coverage:

Please contact regarding Chartis coverage:

 

How do I resolve claims for the 2010-2011 plan year?

Contact:

Please contact regarding Student Assurance and Chartis coverage:


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The Risk Unit is responsible for evaluating loss exposures, assessing liability, handling claims, promoting internal controls and developing effective safety and health programs. The corporate and student insurance plans are managed by this unit.