State legislatures are continually trying to peel away the best health insurance benefits which companies provide. Companies in turn need to inform their employees so they know what benefits are still available to them, and what has already been removed.
What is a health insurance waiver? -Why does my school need one?
-What are the benefits of getting one? -How do I apply for a health insurance waiver?
Attend Georiga Tech
Georgia Tech has a wide variety of health insurance waiver options for students. If you are unsure about whether or not you qualify for a health insurance waiver, there are a few resources available on campus to help. The Health Services website offers a search tool that can help you find out if you qualify for any of the many different health insurance waiver programs that Georgia Tech offers. In addition, the financial aid office can also provide detailed information about eligibility requirements and available waiver programs.
Find the correct waivers to meet your needs by completing the application
What are the eligibility requirements for the Georgia Tech Health Insurance Waiver? The Georgia Tech Health Insurance Waiver program provides eligible students and employees with coverage that meets the state requirements. Eligibility includes, but is not limited to,: having a student ID card or an employee ID card from Georgia Institute of Technology; residing in Fulton, Clayton, Henry, Barrow, Meriwether, Oglethorpe or Peach counties; and not being covered by another health plan through work. To be considered for the waiver program, complete an application and provide documentation meeting the eligibility requirements. Please note that you must reside in one of the six specified counties to qualify for coverage and you cannot be covered by another health insurance plan through work. For complete information on how to apply, visit http://student.gatech.edu/insurance/. With questions, please contact Deborah Cuttler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-894-5678.
Create a plan of care with your doctor
Georgiad tech health insurance waiver can help you afford medical care. With the right plan in place, you can focus on getting well and avoid costly emergency room visits and outpatient procedures. If you have a preexisting condition, review your policy carefully to see if your insurer covers treatment. If not, talk to your doctor about planned care that may include medications or surgery that are not covered by your policy. You should also become familiar with Georgia Tech’s health insurance waiver program, which can help pay for some medical expenses, including deductible and co-payments. This coverage is in addition to other benefits offered by the school or through your employer. If you cannot afford traditional health insurance, talk with your doctor about what plans might fit your income and needs. You may be able to find coverage through an Obamacare marketplace or Medicaid. To get started, create a treatment plan with your doctor and make sure you understand any restrictions that might apply to your coverage under the Georgiad tech health insurance waiver program.
How do I apply for the waiver?
To be eligible for a healthcare insurance waiver in Georgia, you must meet the following requirements: -You must be a full-time student at a Georgia college or university. -You must have been residing in Georgia for at least six months prior to enrolling in school. -You must be carrying at least one semester’s worth of college coursework at the time of enrollment. -Your family’s income cannot exceed 400% of the poverty level.
Who qualifies for healthcare and dental coverage under GTWCU?
If you are a resident of Georgia and you work for a qualifying employer, you may be eligible for healthcare and dental coverage under GTWCU. To find out if you qualify, please contact GTWCU at 1-877-347-2727.
Can I stay on Georgia Tech’s health insurance after eligibility expires?
If you are covered under Georgia Tech’s student health insurance plan and your eligibility expires, can you stay on the plan after your eligibility expires? Generally, if you are a full-time or part-time student who has been continuously enrolled at least half-time during the 6 months before your eligibility expires, you are generally eligible to stay on the health insurance plan. The health insurance plan may require that you agree to certain terms and conditions, such as not traveling outside of the United States without prior approval. You should talk to the Health Insurance Plan Administrator to find out what conditions are required for continuation on the health insurance plan.