1 Purchase College ( the Policyholder ) Student Health Insurance Plan ( the Plan ) Administrator Policy Number: CHH Underwriter Reference Number: CAS Insurance underwritten by: National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pa., with its principal place of business in New York, NY ( Us, We, Our )
2 HOW YOUR COVERAGE WORKS Purchase College (referred to as the Policyholder ) has purchased a Policy from Us. We will provide the benefits described in this brochure to covered Members of Purchase College, that is, to an eligible Student and his or her covered Dependents. You should keep this brochure with Your other important papers so that it is available for Your future reference. Covered Services: You will receive Covered Services under the terms and conditions of the only when the Covered Service is: Medically Necessary; Provided by a Participating Provider for in-network coverage; Listed as a Covered Service; Not in excess of any benefit limitations described in the Schedule of Benefits; and Received while Your coverage is in force. Magnacare PPO Network and PHCS / MultiPlan PPO Network Participating Providers: To find out if a Provider is a Magnacare PPO Network Participating Provider or PHCS / Multiplan PPO Network Participating Provider: Check Your Provider directories, available at Your request; Call (Magnacare PPO Network) or (PHCS / MultiPlan PPO Network) Visit Our website or or Catamaran Pharmacy Benefit Manager Participating Pharmacies: To find out if a pharmacy is a Catamaran participating pharmacy: Call Vist Catamaran s website at Visit Our website The Role of Primary Care Physicians: The does not have a gatekeeper, usually known as a Primary Care Physician ( PCP ). For purposes of, if You seek services from a PCP (or a Physician covering for a PCP) who has a primary or secondary specialty other than general practice, family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics and OB/GYN, You must pay the specialty office visit shown in the Schedule of Benefits when the services provided are related to specialty care. Out-of-Network Services: We Cover the services of Non-Participating Providers. However, some services are only Covered when You go to a Participating Provider. See the Schedule of Benefits for the Non-Participating Provider services that are Covered. In any case where benefits are limited to a certain number of days or visits, such limits apply in the aggregate to in-network and out-of-network services. Medical Necessity: We Cover benefits described in this brochure as long as the health care service, procedure, treatment, test, device, prescription drug or supply (collectively, service ) is Medically Necessary. The fact that a Provider has furnished, prescribed, ordered, recommended, or approved the service does not make it Medically Necessary or mean that We have to Cover it. We may base Our decision on a review of: Your medical records; Our medical policies and clinical guidelines; Medical opinions of a professional society, peer review committee or other groups of Physicians; Reports in peer-reviewed medical literature; Reports and guidelines published by nationally-recognized health care organizations that include supporting scientific data; Professional standards of safety and effectiveness, which are generally-recognized in the United States for diagnosis, care,
3 or treatment: The opinion of Health Care Professionals in the generally-recognized health specialty involved; The opinion of the attending Providers, which have credence but do not overrule contrary opinions. Services will be deemed Medically Necessary only if: They are clinically appropriate in terms of type, frequency, extent, site, and duration, and considered effective for Your illness, injury, or disease; They are required for the direct care and treatment or management of that condition; Your condition would be adversely affected if the services were not provided; They are provided in accordance with generally-accepted standards of medical practice; They are not primarily for the convenience of You, Your family, or Your Provider; They are not more costly than an alternative service or sequence of services, that is at least as likely to produce equivalent therapeutic or diagnostic results; When setting or place of service is part of the review, services that can be safely provided to You in a lower cost setting will not be Medically Necessary if they are performed in a higher cost setting. For example We will not provide coverage for an inpatient admission for surgery if the surgery could have been performed on an outpatient basis. ELIGIBILITY All students enrolled in a full-time course of study (at least 12 or more credit hours) leading to a degree will be automatically enrolled in and charged premium each semester for the Purchase College Student Health Insurance Plan ( the Plan ) unless they are currently insured under a comparable health insurance plan. Students who are currently insured under a comparable health insurance plan may waive coverage under the Plan with proof of such existing coverage. The premium for coverage added to the student s tuition bill will remain unless a successful waiver is completed by the applicable waiver deadline. To waive coverage under the Plan, students must submit proof of comparable coverage to the Purchase College s Students Accounts Office, located in the Student Services Building, First Floor, by the applicable waiver deadline. Coverage Term Waiver Deadline Date Fall semester 09/20/14 Spring/summer semester 02/15/15 Matriculated students enrolled in at least 6, but not more than 11 credit hours, will be automatically enrolled in and charged premium each semester for the Purchase College Student Health Insurance Plan ( the Plan ) unless the student notifies the Purchase College s Students Accounts Office, that they do not want to be covered under the Plan. The premium for coverage added to the student s tuition bill will remain unless the student notifies the Student Accounts Office by the applicable deadline date. Coverage Term Matriculated Students Deadline Date Fall semester 09/20/14 Spring/summer semester 02/15/15 A covered Student may enroll his or her Spouse and/or Dependent Children in the Plan. Dependents must enroll for the same coverage term for which the covered Student enrolls. If a covered Student chooses to enroll their eligible Dependents in the Plan, coverage may be purchased by completing the online enrollment process at by the applicable enrollment deadline date. Coverage Term Dependent Enrollment Deadline Date Fall semester 09/20/14 Spring/Summer semester 02/15/15 The Policy becomes effective at 12:01 a.m. on August 14, 2014 and ends at 12:01 a.m. on August 14, 2015.
4 WHO IS COVERED You, the Student, are covered under the. Members of Your family may also be covered depending on the type of coverage You selected. We offer the following types of coverage: 1. Individual. If You selected individual coverage, then You are covered. 2. Family. If You selected family coverage, then You and Your Spouse and Your Child or Children, as described below, are covered. If You selected parent and child/children or family coverage, Children covered under the include Your natural Children, legally adopted Children, step Children, and Children for whom You are the proposed adoptive parent without regard to financial dependence, residency with You, student status or employment. A proposed adopted Child is eligible for coverage on the same basis as a natural Child during any waiting period prior to the finalization of the Child s adoption. Coverage lasts until the end of the month in which the Child turns 26 years of age. Coverage also includes Children for whom You are a legal guardian if the Children are chiefly dependent upon You for support and You have been appointed the legal guardian by a court order. Foster Children and grandchildren are not Covered. Any unmarried dependent Child, regardless of age, who is incapable of self-sustaining employment by reason of mental illness, developmental disability, mental retardation (as defined in the New York Mental Hygiene Law), or physical handicap and who became so incapable prior to attainment of the age at which the Child s coverage would otherwise terminate and who is chiefly dependent upon You for support and maintenance, will remain covered while Your insurance remains in force and Your Child remains in such condition. You have 31 days from the date of Your Child's attainment of the termination age to submit an application to request that the Child be included in Your coverage and proof of the Child s incapacity. We have the right to check whether a Child is and continues to qualify under this section. We have the right to request and be furnished with such proof as may be needed to determine eligibility status of a prospective or covered Student and all other prospective or covered Members in relation to eligibility for coverage under the at any time. Coverage under the will begin as follows: 1. If You, the Student, elect coverage before becoming eligible, or within 30 days of becoming eligible for other than a special enrollment period, coverage begins on the date You become eligible, or on the date determined by Purchase College. Purchase College cannot impose waiting periods that exceed 90 days. 2. If You, the Student, do not elect coverage upon becoming eligible or within 30 days of becoming eligible for other than a special enrollment period, You must wait until the Policyholder s next open enrollment period to enroll, except as provided below. 3. If You, the Student, marry while covered, and We receive notice of such marriage within 30 days thereafter, coverage for Your Spouse starts on the first day of the month following such marriage. If We do not receive notice within 30 days of the marriage, You must wait until the Policyholder s next open enrollment period to add Your Spouse. 4. If You, the Student, have a newborn or adopted newborn Child and We receive notice of such birth within 30 days thereafter, coverage for Your newborn starts at the moment of birth; otherwise, coverage begins on the date on which We receive notice. Your adopted newborn Child will be covered from the moment of birth if You take physical custody of the infant as soon as the infant is released from the Hospital after birth and You file a petition pursuant to Section 115-c of the New York Domestic Relations Law within 30 days of the infant s birth; and provided further that no notice of revocation to the adoption has been filed pursuant to Section 115-b of the New York Domestic Relations Law, and consent to the adoption has not been revoked. However, We will not provide Hospital benefits for the adopted newborn s initial Hospital stay if one of the infant s natural parents has coverage for the newborn s initial Hospital stay. If You have individual or individual and Spouse coverage, You must also notify Us of Your desire to switch to parent and child/children or family coverage and pay any additional premium within 30 days of the birth or adoption in order for coverage to start at the moment of birth. Otherwise, coverage begins on the date on which We receive notice and the premium payment. You, Your Spouse or Child can also enroll for coverage within 30 days of the loss of coverage in a health plan if coverage was terminated because You, Your Spouse or Child are no longer eligible for coverage under the other health plan due to: 1. Termination of employment; 2. Termination of the other health plan; 3. Death of the Spouse; 4. Legal separation, divorce or annulment; 5. Reduction of hours of employment; 6. Employer contributions toward a health plan were terminated; or 7. A Child no longer qualifies for coverage as a Child under another health plan.
5 You, Your Spouse or Child can also enroll 30 days from exhaustion of Your COBRA or continuation coverage. We must receive notice and premium payment within 30 days of the loss of coverage. The effective date of Your coverage will depend on when We receive Your application. If Your application is received between the first and fifteenth day of the month, Your coverage will begin on the first day of the following month. If Your application is received between the sixteenth day and the last day of the month, Your coverage will begin on the first day of the second month. In addition, You, Your Spouse or Child, can also enroll for coverage within 60 days of the following event: 1. You or Your Spouse or Child loses eligibility for Medicaid or a state child health plan. We must receive notice and premium payment within 60 days of one of this event. The covers domestic partners of Students as Spouses. If You selected family coverage, Children covered under the also include the Children of Your domestic partner. Proof of the domestic partnership and financial interdependence must be submitted in the form of: 1. Registration as a domestic partnership indicating that neither individual has been registered as a member of another domestic partnership within the last six (6) months, where such registry exists; or 2. For partners residing where registration does not exist, by an alternative affidavit of domestic partnership. a. The affidavit must be notarized and must contain the following: The partners are both eighteen years of age or older and are mentally competent to consent to contract; The partners are not related by blood in a manner that would bar marriage under laws of the State of New York; The partners have been living together on a continuous basis prior to the date of the application; Neither individual has been registered as a member of another domestic partnership within the last six (6) months; and b. Proof of cohabitation (e.g., a driver s license, tax return or other sufficient proof); and c. Proof that the partners are financially interdependent. Two or more of the following are collectively sufficient to establish financial interdependence: A joint bank account; A joint credit card or charge card; Joint obligation on a loan; Status as an authorized signatory on the partner s bank account, credit card or charge card; Joint ownership of holdings or investments; Joint ownership of residence; Joint ownership of real estate other than residence; Listing of both partners as tenants on the lease of the shared residence; Shared rental payments of residence (need not be shared 50/50); Listing of both partners as tenants on a lease, or shared rental payments, for property other than residence; A common household and shared household expenses, e.g., grocery bills, utility bills, telephone bills, etc. (need not be shared 50/50); Shared household budget for purposes of receiving government benefits; Status of one as representative payee for the other s government benefits; Joint ownership of major items of personal property (e.g., appliances, furniture); Joint ownership of a motor vehicle; Joint responsibility for child care (e.g., school documents, guardianship); Shared child-care expenses, e.g., babysitting, day care, school bills (need not be shared 50/50); Execution of wills naming each other as executor and/or beneficiary; Designation as beneficiary under the other s life insurance policy; Designation as beneficiary under the other s retirement benefits account; Mutual grant of durable power of attorney; Mutual grant of authority to make health care decisions (e.g., health care power of attorney); Affidavit by creditor or other individual able to testify to partners financial interdependence; Other item(s) of proof sufficient to establish economic interdependency under the circumstances of the particular case.
6 TERMINATION OF COVERAGE Coverage under the will automatically be terminated on the first of the following to apply: 1. Premiums are to be paid by You to Us on each Premium due date. While each Premium is due by the due date; there is a grace period for each Premium payment. If the Premium payment is not received by the end of the grace period, coverage will terminate as follows: a. If You fail to pay the required Premium within a 30 day grace period, coverage will terminate retroactively back to the last day for which Premiums were paid. 2. The date on which the Student ceases to meet the eligibility requirements as defined by the Policyholder. We will provide written notice to the Student at least 30 days prior to when the coverage will cease. 3. Upon the Student s death, coverage will terminate unless the Student has coverage for Dependents. If the Student has coverage for Dependents, then coverage will terminate as of the last day of the month for which the Premium has been paid. 4. For Spouses in cases of divorce, the date of the divorce. 5. For Children, until the end of the month in which the Child turns 26 years of age. 6. For all other Dependents, the end of the month in which the Dependent ceases to be eligible. 7. The end of the month during which the Student provides written notice to Us requesting termination of coverage, or on such later date requested for such termination by the notice. 8. If a Student has performed an act that constitutes fraud or made an intentional misrepresentation of material fact in writing on his or her enrollment application, or in order to obtain coverage for a service, coverage will terminate immediately upon written notice of termination delivered by Us to the Student. However, if a Student makes an intentional misrepresentation of material fact in writing on his or her enrollment application, We will rescind coverage if the facts misrepresented would have led Us to refuse to issue the coverage. Rescission means that the termination of Your coverage will have a retroactive effect of up to Your enrollment under the. 9. The date that the Policyholder s Policy is terminated. If We terminate and/or decide to stop offering a particular class of group policies, without regard to claims experience or health related status, to which the belongs, We will provide the Policyholder and Students at least 90 days prior written notice. 10. If We elect to terminate or cease offering student accident and health insurance coverage in this state, We will provide written notice to the Policyholder and Student at least 180 days prior to when the coverage will cease. 11. The Policyholder has performed an act or practice that constitutes fraud or made an intentional misrepresentation of material fact under the terms of the coverage. 12. For such other reasons that are acceptable to the superintendent and authorized by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, Public Law , and any later amendments or successor provisions, or by any federal regulations or rules that implement the provisions of the Act. No termination shall prejudice the right to a claim for benefits which arose prior to such termination. EXTENSION OF BENEFITS When Your coverage under the ends, benefits stop. But if You are totally disabled on the date Your coverage under the terminates, continued benefits may be available for the treatment of the injury or sickness that is the cause of the total disability. For purposes of this section, total disability means You are prevented because of injury or disease from engaging in any work or other gainful activity. Total disability for a minor means that the minor is prevented because of injury or disease from engaging in substantially all of the normal activities of a person of like age and sex who is in good health. When You May Continue Benefit. When Your coverage under the ends, We will provide benefits during a period of total disability for a Hospital stay commencing, or surgery performed, within 31 days from the date Your coverage ends. The Hospital stay or surgery must be for the treatment of the injury, sickness, or pregnancy causing the total disability. If Your coverage ends because You are no longer a Student, We will provide benefits during a period of total disability for up to 90 days from the date Your coverage ends for Covered services to treat the injury, sickness, or pregnancy that caused the total disability, unless these services are covered under a group health plan.
7 Termination of Extension of Benefits Extended benefits will end on the earliest of the following: The date You are no longer totally disabled; The date the contractual benefit has been exhausted; 90 days from the date extended benefits began (if Your benefits are extended based on termination of Student status); or With respect to the 90 day extension of coverage, the date You become eligible for benefits under any other policy providing medical benefits. Limits on Extended Benefits. We will not pay extended benefits: For any Member who is not totally disabled on the date coverage under the ends; or Beyond the extent to which We would have paid benefits under the if coverage had not ended. PLAN COST* Fall 8/14/14 1/18/15 Spring/Summer 1/19/15 8/14/15 Student $579 $579 Spouse $1,343 $1,724 One Child $708 $875 Two or more Children $919 $1,158 *The Student Health Insurance Plan Cost includes premiums under the Student Health Insurance Plan, the Intercollegiate Sports Accident Policy (Policy Numbers CAS and EMH ) and administrative fees.
8 PURCHASE COLLEGE STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS COST-SHARING Medical Deductible Individual Family Out-of-Pocket Limit Individual Family Participating Provider $100 $ 200 $6,350 $12,700 Non-Participating Provider $300 $600 $6,350 $12,700 Any charges of a Non- Participating Provider that are in excess of the Allowed Amount do not apply towards the Deductible or Out-of-Pocket Limit. You must pay the amount of the Non-Participating Provider s charge that exceeds Our Allowed Amount OFFICE VISITS Primary Care Office Visits (or Home Visits) Specialist Office Visits (or Home Visits) Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Limits PREVENTIVE CARE Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Well Child Visits and Immunizations* Covered in full Limits Adult Annual Physical Examinations* Covered in full
9 Adult Immunizations* Covered in full Routine Gynecological Services/ Well Woman Exams* Covered in full Mammography Screenings* Covered in full Sterilization Procedures for Women* Covered in full Vasectomy Bone Density Testing* Covered in full Screening for Prostate Cancer All other preventive services required by USPSTF and HRSA. *When preventive services are not provided in accordance with the comprehensive guidelines supported by USPSTF and HRSA. Covered in full Use for appropriate Service (Primary Care Office Visit; Specialist Office Visit; Diagnostic Radiology Services; Laboratory Procedures and Diagnostic Testing) Use for appropriate service (Primary Care Office Visit; Specialist Office Visit; Diagnostic Radiology Services; Laboratory Procedures and Diagnostic Testing) EMERGENCY CARE Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Services (Ambulance Services) Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Limits Non-Emergency Ambulance Services
10 Emergency Department Copayment waived if Hospital admission Urgent Care Center $100 Copayment $100 Copayment PROFESSIONAL SERVICES and OUTPATIENT CARE Advanced Imaging Services Performed in a Freestanding Radiology Facility or Office Setting Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Limits Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Allergy Testing and Treatment Performed in a PCP Office Performed in a Specialist Office Ambulatory Surgical Center Facility Fee Anesthesia Services (all settings) after; Deductible Autologous Blood Banking
11 Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Performed in a Specialist Office Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Performed as Inpatient Hospital Services Included as part of inpatient Hospital service Included as part of inpatient Hospital service Cost- Sharing Chemotherapy Performed in a PCP Office Performed in a Specialist Office Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Chiropractic Services Clinical Trials Use for Appropriate Service Use for Appropriate Service Diagnostic Testing Performed in a PCP Office Performed in a Specialist Office Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services
12 Dialysis Performed in a PCP Office Performed in a Freestanding Center or Specialist Office Setting Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Habilitation Services (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy) Home Health Care Infertility Services Use for appropriate Service (Office Visit; Diagnostic Radiology Services; Surgery; Laboratory & Diagnostic Procedures) Use for appropriate service (Office Visit; Diagnostic Radiology Services; Surgery; Laboratory & Diagnostic Procedures) Infusion Therapy Performed in a PCP Office Performed in Specialist Office Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Home Infusion Therapy Inpatient Medical Visits
13 Laboratory Procedures Performed in a PCP Office Performed in a Freestanding Laboratory Facility or Specialist Office Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Maternity and Newborn Care Prenatal Care Covered in full Inpatient Hospital Services and Birthing Center 1 home care visit is covered at no Cost- Sharing if mother is discharged from Hospital early Physician and Midwife Services for Delivery Breast Pump Covered in full Covered for duration of breast feeding Postnatal Care Outpatient Hospital Surgery Facility Charge
14 Preadmission Testing Diagnostic Radiology Services Performed in a PCP Office Performed in a Freestanding Radiology Facility or Specialist Office Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Therapeutic Radiology Services Performed in a Freestanding Radiology Facility or Specialist Office Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Rehabilitation Services (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy) Second Opinions on the Diagnosis of Cancer, Surgery and Other Surgical Services Inpatient Hospital Surgery
15 Surgical Services (including Oral Surgery; Reconstructive Breast Surgery; Other Reconstructive and Corrective Surgery; Transplants; and Interruption of Pregnancy) Inpatient Hospital Surgery Outpatient Hospital Surgery Surgery Performed at an Ambulatory Surgical Center Office Surgery ADDITIONAL SERVICES, EQUIPMENT and DEVICES Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Limits ABA Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder 680 hours per Plan Year Assistive Communication Devices for Autism Spectrum Disorder Diabetic Equipment, Supplies and Self-Management Education Diabetic Equipment, Supplies and Insulin (Up to a 90-day supply) Diabetic Education Durable Medical Equipment and Braces
16 External Hearing Aids Single purchase once every 3 years Cochlear Implants One per ear per time Covered Hospice Care 210 days per Plan Year Inpatient 5 visits for family bereavement counseling Outpatient Medical Supplies Prosthetic Devices Unlimited External Internal INPATIENT SERVICES and FACILITIES Inpatient Hospital for a Continuous Confinement (including an Inpatient Stay for Mastectomy Care, Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, and End of Life Care) Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Limits Observation Stay Skilled Nursing Facility (including Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation)
17 Inpatient Rehabilitation Services (Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapy) MENTAL HEALTH and SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER SERVICES Inpatient Mental Health Care (for a continuous confinement when in a Hospital) Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Limits Outpatient Mental Health Care (including Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Program Services) Inpatient Substance Use Services (for a continuous confinement when in a Hospital) Outpatient Substance Use Services Unlimited; Up to 20 visits per Plan Year may be used for family counseling PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 30-day supply Tier 1 Generic Participating Provider $10 Copayment not subject to Deductible Non-Participating Provider Except as specifically provided in the, Non-Participating Provider services are not covered and You pay the full cost. Tier 2 Formulary Brand $40 Copayment not subject to Deductible Enteral Formulas
18 PEDIATRIC DENTAL and VISION CARE (for Members up to age 19) Pediatric Dental Care Preventive Dental Care Routine Dental Care Participating Provider Non-Participating Provider Limits One dental exam and cleaning per 6-month period. Full mouth x-rays or panoramic x-rays at 36 month intervals and bitewing x-rays at 6 to 12-month intervals Major Dental (Endodontics, Periodontics and Prosthodontics) Orthodontics Pediatric Vision Care One exam per Plan Year Exams Pediatric Vision Care Lenses and Frames One prescribed lenses and frames per Plan Year Pediatric Vision Care Contact Lenses EXERCISE FACILITY REIMBURSEMENT We will partially reimburse the Student and each covered Dependent for certain exercise facility fees or membership fees but only if such fees are paid to exercise facilities which maintain equipment and programs that promote cardiovascular wellness. Memberships in tennis clubs, country clubs, weight loss clinics, spas or any other similar facilities will not be reimbursed. Lifetime memberships are not eligible for reimbursement. Reimbursement is limited to actual workout visits. We will not provide reimbursement for equipment, clothing, vitamins or other services that may be offered by the facility (e.g., massages, etc.). In order to be eligible for reimbursement, You must: Be an active member of the exercise facility, and Complete 50 visits in a six-month period. In order to obtain reimbursement, at the end of the six-month period, You must submit: A completed reimbursement form; Documentation of the visits from the facility. Each time You visit the exercise facility, a facility representative must sign and date the reimbursement form; documentation of the visits. A copy of Your current facility bill which shows the fee paid for Your membership. Once We receive the completed reimbursement form; documentation of the visits and the bill, You will be reimbursed the lesser of $200 for the Student and $100 for the Student s covered Spouse; each covered Dependent or the actual cost of the membership per sixmonth period. Reimbursement must be requested within 120 days of the end of the six-month period. Reimbursement will be issued only after You have completed each six-month period even if 50 visits are completed sooner.
19 ACCIDENTAL DEATH AND DISMEMBERMENT We will pay the benefit below for injuries to a Member: (a) (b) caused by an Accident which happens while covered by the ; and which directly, and from no other cause, result in any of the losses listed below within 365 days of the Accident that caused the injury. The amount of this benefit is shown in the table below. For Loss of Maximum Amount Life... $7,500 Both Hands or Both Feet... $7,500 Sight of Both Eyes... $7,500 One Hand and One Foot... $7,500 One Hand and the Sight of One Eye... $7,500 One Foot and the Sight of One Eye... $7,500 One Hand or One Foot... $3,750 The Sight of One Eye... $3,750 Thumb and Index Finger of Same Hand...$1,875 "Loss" of a hand or foot means complete severance through or above the wrist or ankle joint. Loss of sight of an eye means the total, irrevocable loss of the entire sight in that eye. Loss of thumb and index finger means complete severance through or above the metacarpophalangeal joint of both digits. Severance means the complete separation and dismemberment of the part from the body. If a Member suffers more than one loss as a result of the same Accident, We will pay only for the loss with the largest benefit. DEFINITIONS Allowed Amount: The maximum amount on which Our payment is based for Covered Services. See the Expenses and Allowed Amount section of the for a description of how the Allowed Amount is calculated. If your Non-Participating Provider charges more than the Allowed Amount, You will have to pay the difference between the Allowed Amount and the Provider s charge, in addition to any requirements. Ambulatory Surgical Center: A Facility currently licensed by the appropriate state regulatory agency for the provision of surgical and related medical services on an outpatient basis. Balance Billing: When a Non-Participating Provider bills You for the difference between the Non-Participating Provider s charge and the Allowed Amount. A Participating Provider may not Balance Bill You for Covered Services. : The issued by Purchase College, including the Schedule of Benefits and any attached riders. Child, Children: The Student s Children, including any natural, adopted or step-children, unmarried disabled Children, newborn Children, or any other Children as described in the Who is Covered section of this brochure. Coinsurance: Your share of the costs of a Covered Service, calculated as a percent of the Allowed Amount for the service that You are required to pay to a Provider. The amount can vary by the type of Covered Service. Copayment: A fixed amount You pay directly to a Provider for a Covered Service when You receive the service. The amount can vary by the type of Covered Service. : Amounts You must pay for Covered Services, expressed as Copayments, Deductibles and/or Coinsurance. Cover, Covered or Covered Services: The Medically Necessary services paid for or arranged for You by Us under the terms and conditions of the.
20 Deductible: The amount You owe before We begin to pay for Covered Services. The Deductible applies before any Copayments or Coinsurance are applied. The Deductible may not apply to all Covered Services. You may also have a Deductible that applies to a specific Covered Service (e.g., a prescription drug deductible) that You owe before We begin to pay for a particular Covered Service. Dependents: The Student s Spouse and Children. Emergency Condition: A medical or behavioral condition that manifests itself by Acute symptoms of sufficient severity, including severe pain, such that a prudent layperson, possessing an average knowledge of medicine and health, could reasonably expect the absence of immediate medical attention to result in: Placing the health of the person afflicted with such condition or, with respect to a pregnant woman, the health of the woman or her unborn child in serious jeopardy, or in the case of a behavioral condition, placing the health of such person or others in serious jeopardy; Serious impairment to such person s bodily functions; Serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or part of such person; or Serious disfigurement of such person. Emergency Services: A medical screening examination which is within the capability of the emergency department of a Hospital, including ancillary services routinely available to the emergency department to evaluate such Emergency Condition; and within the capabilities of the staff and facilities available at the Hospital, such further medical examination and treatment as are required to stabilize the patient. To stabilize is to provide such medical treatment of an Emergency Condition as may be necessary to assure that, within reasonable medical probability, no material deterioration of the condition is likely to result from or occur during the transfer of the patient from a Facility, or to deliver a newborn child (including the placenta). Facility: A Hospital; Ambulatory Surgical Center; birthing center; dialysis center; rehabilitation Facility; Skilled Nursing Facility; hospice; Home Health Agency or home care services agency certified or licensed under Article 36 of the New York Public Health Law; a comprehensive care center for eating disorders pursuant to Article 27-J of the New York Public Health Law; and a Facility defined in New York Mental Hygiene Law Sections 1.03(10) and (33), certified by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, or certified under Article 28 of the New York Public Health Law (or, in other states, a similarly licensed or certified Facility). If You receive treatment for substance use disorder outside of New York State, a Facility also includes one which is accredited by the Joint Commission to provide a substance use disorder treatment program. Health Care Professional: An appropriately licensed, registered or certified Physician; dentist; optometrist; chiropractor; psychologist; social worker; podiatrist; physical therapist; occupational therapist; midwife; speech-language pathologist; audiologist; pharmacist; or any other licensed, registered or certified Health Care Professional under Title 8 of the New York Education Law (or other comparable state law, if applicable) that the New York Insurance Law requires to be recognized who charges and bills patients for Covered Services. The Health Care Professional s services must be rendered within the lawful scope of practice for that type of Provider in order to be covered under the. Home Health Agency: An organization currently certified or licensed by the State of New York or the state in which it operates and renders home health care services. Hospital: A short term, acute, general Hospital, which: Is primarily engaged in providing, by or under the continuous supervision of Physicians, to patients, diagnostic services and therapeutic services for diagnosis, treatment and care of injured or sick persons; Has organized departments of medicine and major surgery; Has a requirement that every patient must be under the care of a Physician or dentist; Provides 24-hour nursing service by or under the supervision of a registered professional nurse (R.N.); If located in New York State, has in effect a Hospitalization review plan applicable to all patients which meets at least the standards set forth in 42 U.S.C. Section 1395x(k); Is duly licensed by the agency responsible for licensing such Hospitals; and Is not, other than incidentally, a place of rest, a place primarily for the treatment of tuberculosis, a place for the aged, a place for drug addicts, alcoholics, or a place for convalescent, custodial, educational, or rehabilitory care. Hospital does not mean health resorts, spas, or infirmaries at schools or camps. Member: The Student or a covered Dependent for whom required Premiums have been paid. Whenever a Member is required to provide a notice pursuant to a grievance or emergency department visit or admission, Member also means the Member s designee. Out-of-Pocket Limit: The most You pay during a Plan Year in before We begin to pay 100% of the Allowed Amount for
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Benefits at a Glance: Visa Inc. Policy Number: 00784A Visa Inc. Benefits at a Glance Policy #00784A Effective Date: January 1, 2016 Visa Inc. offers Medical, Pharmacy, Vision, Dental and Medical Evacuation
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