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The semester is well underway and college students are hitting the books to prepare for tests, papers and extra credit. But there is one thing students may not have thought to prepare for — what you will do if you get sick or injured?
Even if you are fit and healthy, it’s always a good idea to have a health plan! It gives you access to affordable care in case you get hurt or catch the flu, strep throat, mono and other nasty bugs that tend to make their way around campus every fall.
Getting insurance and learning how to use it while you are away at school doesn’t have to be hard or overwhelming.
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Still unsure about your insurance options? We can help! Send us your questions in a private message or in the comments below.
*The Blue Cross Blue Shield Global® Core program Program is not available for Medicaid, Medicare Advantage or Medicare Part D plan members. HMO plan members can use the Global Core Program only for emergency or urgent care when traveling or away from home for less than 90 days. Also, the Away From Home Care Program is not available for Medicaid plan members or for HMO plan members on the Blue Precision Network.
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