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Make changes to your UN Health Insurance plan in June | iSeek 6/14/21, 1:20 PMMake changes to your UN Health Insurance plan in June | iSeek Page 1 of 2https://iseek.un.org/nyc/article/Make-changes-your-UN-Health-Insurance-plan-June News and staff stories ! (...) We have also launched a new insurance website. Annual Enrolment Champaign The Annual Enrolment Campaign is the time for you to make changes to your health insurance plan. This year, the new UN insurance website makes it even easier to navigate the information for a well-informed decision on your health insurance plan for the next plan year, starting on 1 July 2021 through 30 June 2022.
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Score: 988572.7 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s..._hlis_website_introduction.pdf
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Life Insurance | Health & Life Insurance Section Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Health & Life Insurance Section Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About the Section Meet the HLIS Meet the HLIC Toolkits Toolkit for HR Partners Toolkit for Plan Participants New to the UN Active Staff Soon to Retire Retirees Non-Staff Short-term Staff Staff on Special Leave Without Pay Surviving Dependants Health Plans Non-US based Plans UN MIP UN WWP US-based Plans Aetna Cigna Dental Empire Life Insurance Third-Party Administrators About the TPAs Their commitment to you Reference Material Checklists and Guidance Material FAQs Forms Insurance Rate Simulators Policy Documents Repository Terminology COVID-19 Response FAQs Telehealth Vaccinations Events and Updates Contact Us Home Life Insurance Life Insurance Eligibility & Enrollment Please find all information related to eligibility and enrollment for the UN HLIS administered Life Insurance Plan below. (...) Unlike the UNHQ-administered Health Insurance Plans, the Life Insurance Plan is entirely financed by the contributions of its participants without any subsidy paid by the organization. (...) With this acquisition, the underwriter of the UN Group Life Insurance Plan changed to The Hartford Life Insurance Company.
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Score: 979611.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/node/677
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Life Insurance | Health & Life Insurance Section Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Health & Life Insurance Section Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About the Section Meet the HLIS Meet the HLIC Toolkits Toolkit for HR Partners Toolkit for Plan Participants New to the UN Active Staff Soon to Retire Retirees Non-Staff Short-term Staff Staff on Special Leave Without Pay Surviving Dependants Health Plans Non-US based Plans UN MIP UN WWP US-based Plans Aetna Cigna Dental Empire Life Insurance Third-Party Administrators About the TPAs Their commitment to you Reference Material Checklists and Guidance Material FAQs Forms Insurance Rate Simulators Policy Documents Repository Terminology COVID-19 Response FAQs Telehealth Vaccinations Events and Updates Contact Us Home Life Insurance Life Insurance Eligibility & Enrollment Please find all information related to eligibility and enrollment for the UN HLIS administered Life Insurance Plan below. (...) Unlike the UNHQ-administered Health Insurance Plans, the Life Insurance Plan is entirely financed by the contributions of its participants without any subsidy paid by the organization. (...) With this acquisition, the underwriter of the UN Group Life Insurance Plan changed to The Hartford Life Insurance Company.
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Score: 979611.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/content/life-insurance
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Available short-term insurance Plan Details  Short-term staff, as defined above, is eligible to enroll in a short-term insurance plan available through Cigna. To learn more about the available short-term insurance plan, we kindly invite you to review the Short Term Insurance Plan Description . (...) Whom to contact to enroll in the available short-term insurance plan To enroll in the optional insurance plan or speak to a plan representative, please contact the plan administrator directly via un.shortterm@cigna.com . 
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Score: 978431.6 - https://www.un.org/insurance/node/872
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Available short-term insurance Plan Details  Short-term staff, as defined above, is eligible to enroll in a short-term insurance plan available through Cigna. To learn more about the available short-term insurance plan, we kindly invite you to review the Short Term Insurance Plan Description . (...) Whom to contact to enroll in the available short-term insurance plan To enroll in the optional insurance plan or speak to a plan representative, please contact the plan administrator directly via un.shortterm@cigna.com . 
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Score: 978431.6 - https://www.un.org/insurance/content/short-term-staff
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I am the primary holder of our Empire insurance plan. How can we change roles so that she becomes the main holder of our insurance plan? (...) I am local staff and currently on my spouse's health insurance plan who is going to retire in October. How and when should I enroll myself and my family to the insurance plan? (...) https://www.un.org/insurance/content/us-based-plans https://www.un.org/insurance/content/us-based-plans https://www.un.org/insurance/content/contactus Yes, you may find all service details on our website via https://www.un.org/insurance/content/their-commitment-you.
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Score: 977454.4 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...s/faqs_15th_june_organized.pdf
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2021 Annual Enrolment Campaign Information session for US-based plans Health & Life Insurance Section (www.un.org/insurance)| DATE: 15 JUNE 2021 • Introduction - meet the participants of this session • UNHQ-administered health insurance plans - funded by staff members, retirees and the Member States • Annual enrolment campaign - what do you need to know about this event? • Q&A – answers to pre-submitted and frequently asked questions related to the enrolment campaign Agenda Third-Party Administrators Aetna, Empire Blue Cross and Cigna Dental Participants UN Health & Life Insurance Section together with the Health & Life Insurance Committee members Staff, former staff and dependants covered under the US-based plans or planning to seek care in the US Plan Participants Global Third-Party Administrators Global policyholder Roles & responsibilities UN HLISUnited Nations • UNHQ-administered health insurance plans are self-funded, hence UN acts as insurer of the plans • Decides on the benefits of the UN health insurance plans • Determines who is covered under the UN health insurance plans • Defines the administrative services the Third-Party Administrators should offer • Provides comprehensive health and life insurance plans to all plans participants • Provides eligibility files to Third-Party Administrators (TPAs) • Reviews the adequacy of the UNHQ- administered health insurance plans • Provides policy and technical support to HR Partners, staff and retirees Roles & responsibilities Third-Party AdministratorsPlan Participants • Fund portion of the UN health insurance plans - General Assembly cost sharing mandate: 33% (plan participants), 67% (Member States) • Understand the benefits of the UN health insurance plan they are enrolled in • Help keeping the UN health insurance plans sustainable, eg by visiting in-network providers, refusing fraud, waste and abuse and becoming knowledgeable health consumers • Process claims by following and applying the plan rules • Respond to inquiries from plan participants • Provide a medical network of health care providers that offer both physical and virtual consultations • Conduct fraud, waste and abuse investigation to protect the UN health insurance plans • No premium changes • Introduction of telephone and video consultations with in- network and out-of-network service providers What will change effective 1 July 2021? (...) • Review your health insurance coverage and indicative data in Umoja ESS, SAP, Atlas or oneUNOPS. • Read about the different US-based health insurance plans on the HLIS website and decide which plan meets your and your families’ needs best: ✓ https://www.un.org/insurance/content/us-based-plans ✓ https://www.un.org/insurance/content/policy-documents • The Insurance rate simulator on the HLIS website will give you a good indication of your future premium: https://www.un.org/insurance/content/insurance- rate-simulators • If desired, make a change to your health insurance plan by 30 June 2021: ✓ UN Secretariat staff: Umoja ESS ✓ Other UN organizations: submit an application form to your respective organization (https://www.un.org/insurance/sites/www.un.org.insurance/files/2021_annual_enrollmen t_campaign_form_adjusted.pdf ) Ref.
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Score: 975983.2 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...n_for_us-based_plans_final.pdf
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2021 Annual Enrolment Campaign Information session for UN Worldwide Plan Health & Life Insurance Section (www.un.org/insurance)| DATE: 16 JUNE 2021 • Introduction - meet the participants of this session • UNHQ-administered health insurance plans - funded by staff members, retirees and the Member States • Annual enrolment campaign - what do you need to know about this event? (...) Plan Participants Global Third-Party Administrator Global policyholder Roles & responsibilities UN HLISUnited Nations • UNHQ-administered health insurance plans are self-funded, hence UN acts as insurer of the plans • Decides on the benefits of the UN health insurance plans • Determines who is covered under the UN health insurance plans • Defines the administrative services the Third-Party Administrators should offer • Provides comprehensive health and life insurance plans to all plan participants • Provides eligibility files to Third-Party Administrators (TPAs) • Reviews the adequacy of the UNHQ- administered health insurance plans • Provides policy and technical support to HR Partners Roles & responsibilities Third-Party AdministratorPlan Participants • Fund portion of the UN health insurance plans - General Assembly cost sharing mandate: 50% (plan participants), 50% (Member States) • Understand the benefits of the UN health insurance plan they are enrolled in • Help keeping the UN health insurance plans sustainable, eg by visiting in-network providers, refusing fraud, waste and abuse and becoming knowledgeable health consumers • Process claims by following and applying the plan rules • Respond to inquiries from plan participants • Provide a medical network of health care providers that offer both physical and virtual consultations • Conduct fraud, waste and abuse investigation to protect the UN health insurance plans What will change for the UN WWP effective 1 July 2021? (...) • Review your health insurance coverage and indicative data in Umoja ESS, SAP, Atlas or oneUNOPS. • Read about the UN Worldwide Plan on the HLIS website: ✓ https://www.un.org/insurance/content/un-wwp ✓ https://www.un.org/insurance/content/policy-documents • The Insurance rate simulator on the HLIS website will give you a good indication of your future premium: https://www.un.org/insurance/content/insurance- rate-simulators • If desired, make a change to your health insurance plan by 30 June 2021: ✓ UN Secretariat staff: Umoja ESS ✓ Other UN organizations: submit an application form to your respective organization (https://www.un.org/insurance/sites/www.un.org.insurance/files/2021_annual_enrollmen t_campaign_form_adjusted.pdf ) Ref.
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Score: 973400.4 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...2021_infosession_for_unwwp.pdf
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It is available only as a continuation, without interruption between active service and retirement status, of previous active-service coverage in a contributory health insurance plan of the United Nations. In this context, a contributory health insurance plan of the United Nations is defined to include a contributory health insurance plan of other organizations in the common system under which staff members may be covered by special arrangement between the United Nations and those organizations. (...) Such information is available from the office administering their in-service health insurance coverage. Section 8 Transfer from one health insurance plan to another 8.1 At the time of retirement, a staff member may switch from the insurance plan which he or she had on an in-service basis to a health insurance plan which is more appropriate following separation from service, under certain conditions. For example, a staff member who, while in active service, participated in a Headquarters health insurance plan, may switch to a non-United States-based plan if he or she will reside outside the United States following separation from service, provided that covered dependants will also reside outside the United States. 8.2 After-service health insurance participants who change their country of primary residence following separation may also transfer from one insurance plan to another if a different plan is more appropriate to the new country of residence.
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Score: 972381.3 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...nsurance/files/ashiai_copy.pdf
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It is available only as a continuation, without interruption between active service and retirement status, of previous active-service coverage in a contributory health insurance plan of the United Nations. In this context, a contributory health insurance plan of the United Nations is defined to include a contributory health insurance plan of other organizations in the common system under which staff members may be covered by special arrangement between the United Nations and those organizations. (...) Such information is available from the office administering their in-service health insurance coverage. Section 8 Transfer from one health insurance plan to another 8.1 At the time of retirement, a staff member may switch from the insurance plan which he or she had on an in-service basis to a health insurance plan which is more appropriate following separation from service, under certain conditions. For example, a staff member who, while in active service, participated in a Headquarters health insurance plan, may switch to a non-United States-based plan if he or she will reside outside the United States following separation from service, provided that covered dependants will also reside outside the United States. 8.2 After-service health insurance participants who change their country of primary residence following separation may also transfer from one insurance plan to another if a different plan is more appropriate to the new country of residence.
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Score: 972381.3 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...nce/files/ashi_stai20073_0.pdf
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