It’s estimated that about 12.2% of adults living in the United States do not have health insurance. Since there is an estimated 250-million individuals over the age of 18 living in the United States, this roughly equates to over 30 million adults living without health insurance. If you have multiple insurance plans, consider yourself very lucky.
Everyone experiences a range of emotions. There will be times when an individual is joyful, but other times they may feel angry or sad. It’s a normal part of life. However, just because it is normal does not mean an individual doesn’t need support to make it through the rough times, especially when a student is feeling depressed or suicidal.
There’s no surprise that when it comes to technology, there are changes and advances almost daily. At AHP, we like to stay 10 steps ahead of the game to ensure that we provide our clients excellent service with the latest technology to best serve their students. We take pride in anticipating every possible outcome so our clients feel confident in our ability to manage any issue that might arise.
We sat down with our very own, Mike Stack, IT Digital Product Manager extraordinaire here at AHP to weigh in on the progression of our technology system as it pertains to student health.
It’s not uncommon for an international student, planning to study in the U.S., to get bombarded with ads for an international health insurance plan. The most compelling part of these plans is that they are cheap.
But as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
A comprehensive student health program can include more than an insurance plan. Most insurance plans already include benefits such as telehealth and nurseline solutions. What else could your students need? How about a student assistance program?
National Provider Identification.
If you know what any of these terms mean then, congratulations! You’re in great shape, and don’t have to worry about waivers. However, most people aren’t as familiar with what these mean, and really those terms are just scratching the surface when it comes to waivers.
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