How do I get out of UF health insurance?

How do I get out of UF health insurance?

Complete Waiver Here!

  1. Go to the following website:
  2. Log in using your Gatorlink username and password.
  3. Click green button at the bottom of the screen “Add New Waiver”
  4. Answer the questions and click “Submit”
  5. Enter insurance information and click orange button “Submit”

Are UF students required to have health insurance?

All newly admitted or re-admitted domestic students who are enrolled at least half-time in a degree-seeking program along with all international students are required to purchase the Student Health Insurance Plan unless proof of comparable coverage is provided.

What is comparable coverage?

Comparable Coverage means an enrollee has other insurance that HCA has determined provides a full scope of health care benefits.

Does UF provide health insurance?

The UF student health plan is administered through UnitedHealthcare StudentResources. Please visit for complete plan information.

What is an Rx Bin?

Rx BIN stands for “prescription bank identification number.” ( SEE SAMPLE CARD 1 & 2) If you have multiple prescription drug plans, such as Medicare Part D and an employer-sponsored plan through work, it’s important to know which Rx BIN to use when filling prescriptions.

How do you waive the BU ship?

If your current plan meets all of the requirements on the comparable coverage checklist, you can access the waiver through the Student Link by selecting “Money Matters,” then “Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP).”

Is bin the same as Rx bin?

Apr 25, 2019 — Your RX BIN is a 6 digit number. In order to be pay for your medications with your health insurance, you must have a RX Bin number. May 15, 2020 — The NCPDP Processor ID Number (BIN) is a six-digit number that health claims if they do not use pharmacy benefit cards with a magnetic 3 pages(3)…

How long does BU health insurance last?

Coverage begins 8/15 and ends 8/14 each year. If you attend the Medical Campus, contact your program administrator to learn more about your rates and coverage dates. Q: Why does Boston University automatically enroll students in SHIP?