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아래 정보는 2018 ~ 2019 Dartmouth College F-1 비자 기준이며, 연간 학교 보험료는 $3,073 입니다.
이 조건에 만족한 플렌으로 가입시 연간 약 $1,900 정도의 보험료를 절약하실 수 있습니다. 유학생, 모든 J비자, 포닥 및 동반 가족분들의 많은 이용 부탁드립니다.
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  • 학교보험 / GBG보험 비교정보 안내
    • Dartmouth College 보험회사 : Cigna

Insurance Provider 학교보험 GBG Plan
Maximum Benefit Unlimited Unlimited
In / Out of Network 80% / 70% 100% / 50%
Deductible $250 / $500 $250(입원시에만 적용)
Mental Health Care 80% / 70% 100% / 50%
Substance Abuse Treatment
(Alcoholism and Drug Addiction)
80% / 70% 100% / 50%
Preventive Care 100% / 0% 100% / 50%
Maternity제한적인 보상 제한적인 보상
Suicide AttemptN/A N/A
Pre-Existing Condition No Limitation Covered
Annual Insurance Rate $3,073 $1,216




  • Dartmouth College 학교보험 기간 / 금액

Annual
09/01/18-08/31/19
- New First Time Student
08/01/18-08/31/19
학교보험료 $3,073 - $3,073

* 보험 GBG Plan 가입 시 학교보험을 가입하시는 것보다 약 $1,900 정도 보험료를 절감하실 수 있습니다.


  • Dartmouth College Waiver Requirement

In order to waive DSGHP coverage for the 2017 - 2018 academic year, your insurance will be audited to be sure that it is Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliant in the Hanover, NH area.  The ACA's ten essential health benefits that your plan will need to cover in the Hanover, NH area are as follows: 

1. Ambulatory patient services (Outpatient care).  Care you receive without being admitted to a hospital, such as at a doctor's office, clinic or same-day ("outpatient") surgery center. Also included in this category are home health services and hospice care (note: some plans may limit coverage to no more than 45 days).

2. Emergency Services (Trips to the emergency room). Care you receive for conditions that could lead to serious disability or death if not immediately treated, such as accidents or sudden illness. Typically, this is a trip to the emergency room, and includes transport by ambulance. You cannot be penalized for going out-of-network or for not having prior authorization.

3. Hospitalization (Treatment in the hospital for inpatient care). Care you receive as a hospital patient, including care from doctors, nurses and other hospital staff, laboratory and other tests, medications you receive during your hospital stay, and room and board. Hospitalization coverage also includes surgeries, transplants and care received in a skilled nursing facility, such as a nursing home that specializes in the care of the elderly (note: some plans may limit skilled nursing facility coverage to no more than 45 days).

4. Maternity and newborn care. Care that women receive during pregnancy (prenatal care), throughout labor, delivery and post-delivery, and care for newborn babies.

5. Mental health services and addiction treatment. Inpatient and outpatient care provided to evaluate, diagnose and treat a mental health condition or substance abuse disorder. This includes behavioral health treatment, counseling, and psychotherapy. (Note: some plans may limit coverage to 20 days each year. Limits must comply with state or federal parity laws. Read this document (see below) for more information on mental health benefits and the Affordable Care Act).

6. Prescription drugs. Medications that are prescribed by a doctor to treat an illness or condition. Examples include prescription antibiotics to treat an infection or medication used to treat an ongoing condition, such as high cholesterol. At least one prescription drug must be covered for each category and classification of federally approved drugs, however limitations do apply. Some prescription drugs can be excluded. "Over the counter" drugs are usually not covered even if a doctor writes you a prescription for them. Insurers may limit drugs they will cover, covering only generic versions of drugs where generics are available. Some medicines are excluded where a cheaper equally effective medicine is available, or the insurer may impose "Step" requirements (expensive drugs can only be prescribed if doctor has tried a cheaper alternative and found that it was not effective). Some expensive drugs will need special approval.

7. Rehabilitative services and devices – Rehabilitative services (help recovering skills, like speech therapy after a stroke) and habilitative services (help developing skills, like speech therapy for children) and devices to help you gain or recover mental and physical skills lost to injury, disability or a chronic condition (this also includes devices needed for "habilitative reasons"). Plans have to provide 30 visits each year for either physical or occupational therapy, or visits to the chiropractor. Plans must also cover 30 visits for speech therapy as well as 30 visits for cardiac or pulmonary rehab.

8. Laboratory services. Testing provided to help a doctor diagnose an injury, illness or condition, or to monitor the effectiveness of a particular treatment. Some preventive screenings, such as breast cancer screenings and prostrate exams, are provided free of charge.

9. Preventive services, wellness services, and chronic disease treatment. This includes counseling, preventive care, such as physicals, immunizations and screenings, like cancer screenings, designed to prevent or detect certain medical conditions. Also, care for chronic conditions, such as asthma and diabetes. (note: please see full list of Preventive services (below)for details on which services are covered.)

10. Pediatric services. Care provided to infants and children, including well-child visits and recommended vaccines and immunizations. Dental and vision care must be offered to children younger than 19. This includes two routine dental exams, an eye exam and corrective lenses each year.

If it is found that your insurance is not ACA compliant in the Hanover, NH area, you will be automatically enrolled into the DSGHP and the premium will be charged to your tuition account.

Please note the following:

  • Insurance waivers are valid for one (1) year only, new waivers need to be submitted annually.
  • If your insurance coverage changes during the current academic year, you will need to submit a new waiver.  Failure to submit a new waiver may result in automatic enrollment into the DSGHP, and the premium charged to your tuition account.
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