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After the recent discovery of a $57 million deficit in the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP), UC Davis has made the decision to withdraw from UC SHIP and move forward with alternate options. The deficit has been accumulating since 2010; monthly monitoring of the plan was not performed at the same level that it had been previously. UC Davis' share of the deficit is $10 million. The UC ...
International Student Insurance announced dramatic improvements to the StudentSecure health insurance plan for international students and study abroad students around the world. (PRWeb May 15, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/5/prweb10703970.htm
Senior Associate Dean of Students Mark Levine said the coverage is mandated by the Affordable Care Act, which he said also requires the University to provide basic coverage of depression, alcoholism and drug addiction as well as offering $100,000 in medication costs and a $2 million injury insurance.
Getting coverage through a parent's health plan or though your school are two options for grad students.
Chancellors of the 10 University of California campuses have agreed unanimously with all of an advisory committee's recommendations regarding the UC Student Health Insurance Program (UC SHIP). Recommendations of the 31-member UC SHIP Advisory Board included elimination of the lifetime maximum and other caps on essential health benefits.
The UC Chancellors approved a list of recommendations to the UC Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP) put forth by the UC SHIP Advisory Board last Wednesday, May 1 at their regularly scheduled meeting in Oakland. The SHIP Advisory Board recommends to the SHIP Executive Committee, which then forwards the recommendations to the Council of Chancellors [...]
In response to student urging, the campus will withdraw from the UC-wide student health-insurance plan (UC SHIP) and return to a UC Berkeley-operated plan starting in mid August. Chancellor Birgeneau announced the decision in a May 2 letter to the campus community.
Student health insurance will now be provided by BlueCross BlueShield at Student Health Services.
University of California officials have agreed to lift a cap on health insurance coverage that threatened to leave students with catastrophic illnesses such as cancer with big medical bills, it was reported Wednesday.
Many University of California campuses plan to withdraw from the UC Student Health Insurance Plan, after a $57 million deficit was detected in the UC Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP) . This decision was made after the Council of Chancellors, including UC Davis chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, met yesterday and endorsed the move. Other UC representatives were present, as well. The deficit has been ...