Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates: uc.edu/publichealth
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Manage your account online through United Healthcare Student Resources. Get access to claims status, EOBs, network providers, correspondence and coverage information by logging into My Account. If you do not have an account, you can create one by using your 7 digit insurance ID number, and clicking on Create Account.
You can also get to your account via the UHCSR app for easier, quicker access.
care, including women's health, medically necessary lab work, and x-ray through
UHS is covered at no additional cost when utilizing your student health
insurance benefits. In addition, mental health visits are covered at a $0
co-insurance for most services. There is also a pharmacy
on campus where you can receive prescriptions at a reduced rate.
Starting the effective date of your policy, you have 24/7 access to medical advice through HealthiestYou, a national telehealth service. Call 1-855-870-5858 or to get access
to a board-certified physician via phone and/or video, where permitted, visit https://go.healthiestyou.com/student/ (open with Microsoft Edge or open in a new window).
April 13th, 2022
Struggling with sleep, studying, or overall pressure? Please visit United Healthcare's website as the following article highlights tips on overcoming stress in college as well as the benefits offered under the UHCSR plan for UC students.
College Student Mental Health
cost-sharing will be waived, including copays, coinsurance and deductibles, for
COVID-19 diagnostic testing provided at approved locations in accordance
with CDC guidelines.
referral provision will be waived for COVID-19 tests and/or treatment. In the
event a claim is denied for no referral, it can be appealed for
other treatment will be paid according to the benefits of your policy.
is encouraging members to take advantage of the Virtual Visit capability,
available through the HealthiestYou mobile app. UHCSR insureds have access at
no charge, when it’s included with their UHCSR medical plan. For more
information, go to United Healthcare
is opening its Emotional-Support Help Line, providing access to specially
trained mental health specialists to support people who may be experiencing
anxiety or stress following the recent developments around COVID-19. Optum’s
toll-free help line number, 866-342-6892, will be open 24 hours a day, seven
days a week, for as long as necessary.
Zach Edwards: (513) 556-6868
Leanna Chasteen: (513) 558-3896