What you need to know about Health Insurance as a student at Manhattan School of Music.
All full-time Manhattan School of Music students are required to have health insurance that meets the minimum essential coverage requirements set by the U.S. Affordable Care Act.
The MSM-sponsored health insurance is mandatory for all F-1 and J-1 visa holders entering a new program of study since 2015. International health insurance plans are no longer accepted.
All full-time Manhattan School of Music students will be pre-enrolled in the plan and charged via their student bill.
Exemptions: Enrollment is voluntary for Part-time and DMA students in their 3rd year and beyond. Exchange students are subject to exchange agreement and visa requirements, but are not mandated to enroll on the MSM-sponsored plan.
Domestic students and international students with a green card will be allowed to submit an online waiver application through this link and may be granted a waiver of the school-sponsored plan after meeting eligibility requirements.
To be eligible to waive the school-sponsored health insurance plan your individual/private plan:
Students who are approved to waive the MSM-sponsored health insurance plan and are covered by another health insurance provider should contact their health insurance provider directly to request information for local medical providers, urgent care centers and clinics authorized to provide services. ALL students are encouraged to organize a list of medical care providers in the area, including contact information, that accept their individual insurance plan prior to arriving at Manhattan School of Music.
The MSM-sponsored AIIG/CHP health insurance plan is accessible though www.studentinsurance.com. Through this website you can log in to your account and access all the necessary information about your health insurance plan.
The MSM-sponsored health insurance plan will cover the student for one full academic year, August 20th–August 20th. Enrollment is for the full year and cannot be changed. If a student takes a leave of absence, withdraws, or changes to part-time status prior to the academic year end, their coverage under the plan will continue through the end of the enrollment period and no refunds will be issued.
Once the plan year begins, students who are on the MSM-sponsored plan can access their account, view claims and download a copy of their health insurance card at www.studentinsurance.com. Students must have their health insurance card with them at all times to receive medical services.
Part-time, exchange, and DMA students in their 3rd year and beyond are not required by MSM to submit health insurance. The cost for the MSM-sponsored student health insurance plan for the 2017-2018 school year is $2159.
Contact MSM Campus Health Nurse
For health insurance billing inquiries contact MSM Student Accounts Office
917-493-4467 or 4464.
Manhattan School of Music and the AIIG Student Health Insurance program have partnered with New York Presbyterian/Weill-Cornell Medical Center The Center for the Performing Artist to provide health care services tailored to the special needs of professionals and aspiring artists in the field of voice, dance, music and theater. The Center for the Performing Artist offers a wide variety of expertise in performing arts medicine in combination with the clinical resources of a world renowned academic medical center. To register for an appointment with a Weill-Cornell physician call 646-962-ARTS (2787) and speak to a dedicated care coordinator who will help identify the appropriate specialist and assist with scheduling a visit. Weill-Cornell has several satellite offices in addition to their main campus offices on the Upper East Side.
Please visit http://weill.cornell.edu/centerperformingartist/ for more information about the program and services. For students not on the MSM-sponsored health insurance plan, eligibility by your individual health insurance provider must be verified to receive services from The Center for the Performing Artist.
*Please contact Susan Mitchell, Campus Health Nurse, if you need help registering for an appointment with The Weill-Cornell Center for The Performing Artist. However, a referral is not necessary.
To find participating pharmacies, please visit OptumRx or call 1-800-880-1188.
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