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In addition, the life insurance indemnity level under the Aetna group life insurance plan, adjusted periodically in accordance with increases in the pensionable remuneration of each participant, will be adjusted with effect from 1 October 1995. (...) For additional information on group life insurance, please contact the Insurance Section, room S-2765. 11. (...) I request, therefore, that my life insurance coverages under the subject group policies be maintained at their current levels. 2.
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Score: 991561 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...insurance/files/stic199537.pdf
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Medical Plans | 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 Medical Plans Medical Plans Any information or update related to your HLIS medical plan. Meet the HLIC 23 February 2021 This Page will provide a basic introduction of the Health and Life Insurance Committee (HLIC) that is acts as active part and advisor to HLIS with regard to the design of the offered Health and Life insurance plans. (...) Retirees 15 February 2021 This page will provide you with all information you need to successfully maintain and update your medical plan with the UN Health and Life Insurance Section for retirees and dependents/survivors.
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Score: 991255.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/categories/medical-plans
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Medical Plans | 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 Medical Plans Medical Plans Any information or update related to your HLIS medical plan. Meet the HLIC 23 February 2021 This Page will provide a basic introduction of the Health and Life Insurance Committee (HLIC) that is acts as active part and advisor to HLIS with regard to the design of the offered Health and Life insurance plans. (...) Retirees 15 February 2021 This page will provide you with all information you need to successfully maintain and update your medical plan with the UN Health and Life Insurance Section for retirees and dependents/survivors.
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Score: 991255.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/taxonomy/term/26
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Week 8 Important Deadline - Enroll in life insurance plan within 60 days of your “Entry on Duty” EOD date The Group Life Insurance plan for UN staff is insured by The Hartford. Staff members have  60 days  from the EOD of their qualifying letter of appointment, received medical clearance and a minimum 6-month contract, to sign-up for life insurance without having to worry about submitting The Hartford’s "Evidence of Insurability" form.  After your 60th day of employment, life insurance coverage is not guaranteed.   If you are interested in The Hartford Group Life Insurance plan, we kindly advise you to complete and submit the following forms to the HLIS before the deadline: Life Insurance Enrollment Form Beneficiary Form 1 Beneficiary Form 2 Week 9 At this point, you should have enrolled in one of the voluntary UNHQ-administered health plans (despite UN MIP for which enrollment is mandatory and automatic) and the optional Life Insurance plan, if desired.
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Score: 991060.6 - https://www.un.org/insurance/node/701
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Week 8 Important Deadline - Enroll in life insurance plan within 60 days of your “Entry on Duty” EOD date The Group Life Insurance plan for UN staff is insured by The Hartford. Staff members have  60 days  from the EOD of their qualifying letter of appointment, received medical clearance and a minimum 6-month contract, to sign-up for life insurance without having to worry about submitting The Hartford’s "Evidence of Insurability" form.  After your 60th day of employment, life insurance coverage is not guaranteed.   If you are interested in The Hartford Group Life Insurance plan, we kindly advise you to complete and submit the following forms to the HLIS before the deadline: Life Insurance Enrollment Form Beneficiary Form 1 Beneficiary Form 2 Week 9 At this point, you should have enrolled in one of the voluntary UNHQ-administered health plans (despite UN MIP for which enrollment is mandatory and automatic) and the optional Life Insurance plan, if desired.
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Score: 991060.6 - https://www.un.org/insurance/content/new-un
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Health and Life Insurance Pre-retirement Presentation_May 2018 Pre-Retirement Session May 2018 OVERVIEW OF UNHQ INSURANCE PROGRAMMES www.un.org/insurance AGENDA www.un.org/insurance 1. (...) Credit Card 3. Bank Transfer The Insurance website - www.un.org/insurance, contains detailed information on Medicare Part B in the Medicare FAQs and also the required Health and Life Insurance forms www.un.org/insurance After Service Life Insurance (ASLI) ASLI Coverage Requirements for participation in the After Service Life Insurance (ASLI) • At least 55 years old at time of retirement • Ten years participation as an active staff member • Participating in life insurance at time of retirement • Eligibility is determined by the Health and Life Insurance Section located in UNHQ Staff Eligibility: ASLI for UN, UNDP & UNICEF www.un.org/insurance ASLI details: • After service life insurance coverage is free • As it is a continuation of coverage, it is not necessary to complete an application • Coverage is reduced at retirement o Details are explained in ST/IC/2002/63 • The amount by which the coverage is reduced may be converted into an individual policy Staff Eligibility: ASLI for UN, UNDP & UNICEF www.un.org/insurance Relevant Documents www.un.org/insurance • ASHI Application • ASHI Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) • ST/AI/2007/3 – After-service health insurance coverage • ST/IC/2017/18 – UNHQ administered health insurance programme • ST/IC/2011/3 – Medicare Part B • ST/IC/2005/55 – Aetna Global for services rendered outside the United States • ST/AI/2002/6 – Life insurance • ST/IC/2002/63 – UN group life insurance plan • ST/AI//2015/3 – Medical Insurance Plan (MIP) for locally recruited staff at designated duty stations away from Headquarters • ST/IC/2015/8 – Medical Insurance Plan (MIP) for locally recruited staff at designated duty stations away from Headquarters Important Links www.un.org/insurance • http://www.un.org/insurance • http://www.un.org/insurance/circulars • http://www.un.org/insurance/faq/who-eligible-after-service-health-insurance • http://www.un.org/insurance/medicare-part-b • http://www.un.org/insurance/page/health-plans • http://www.un.org/insurance/forms • http://www.un.org/insurance/faq/what-are-2017-ashi-rates-insurance ASHI Coverage - UNJSPF must certify disability status for eligible dependents older than 25 years • UNJSPF must certify disability status for eligible dependents older than 25 years covered under ASHI • Medical Services Division does not certify disability for dependents covered under ASHI • These dependents will not be allowed to continue coverage under the health insurance plans without certification • Start the certification process with UNJSPF at least 6 months before retirement Important Reminders: UNJSPF Disability Certification for eligible dependents older than 25 years www.un.org/insurance • ASHI is self-insured • Use in-network doctors • Participate in the Active health wellness initiatives Important Reminders: ASHI Cost Containment www.un.org/insurance • Ensure that names, dates of birth and all other personal details are correct before submitting ASHI applications • Ensure that contact details – mailing and non UN email address are current • Notify the Health and Life Insurance Section in writing • Pension Fund will not notify the Health and Life Insurance Section Important Reminders: Responsibilities www.un.org/insurance • Applications are required for: • Initial ASHI coverage • Return to Active coverage, when reappointed after ASHI coverage • Return to ASHI coverage, after termination of reappointments • ASLI does not require an application as it is a continuation of coverage Important Reminders: ASHI and ASLI Applications www.un.org/insurance Up to 70% of pension benefits may be deducted until outstanding ASHI arrears are completely paid • Set aside funds to pay for ASHI contributions in case there is a delay in deducting ASHI contributions from your pension • ASHI is continuation of coverage and contributions are deducted from the pension benefit • However, the Organization may not receive the contributions immediately after retirement • Therefore, up to 70% of pension benefits may be deducted until outstanding ASHI arrears are completely paid Important Reminders: Outstanding Arrears for ASHI Contributions www.un.org/insurance ASHI coverage continues as long as the staff member does not resume participation in the UNJSPF through monthly pension contributions • Once pension contributions resume, the staff member must return to Active Coverage • An application form is required for Active coverage – Active coverage is not automatically reinstated • Upon completion of the appointment the staff member MUST submit a “Return to ASHI” form - ASHI coverage is not automatically reinstated Important Reminders: Re-employment and ASHI www.un.org/insurance Social Security and Medicare are separate programs • The UN requires ASHI participants in US based plans to apply for Medicare Part B as soon as eligible • The UN advises eligible ASHI participants to enrol in Medicare Part A ONLY if they are eligible without the payment of any premium • The UN advises ASHI Participants NOT TO enrol in Medicare Part D or Medicare wrap-around programs (Medicare Part C) as the UN has comprehensive prescription, dental and vision coverage Important Reminders: Medicare www.un.org/insurance Social Security and Medicare are separate programs • The UN does not provide any recommendations or requirements regarding applications for US Social Security Retirement Income • When ASHI participants contact the Social Security Administration, it is imperative that the request is to apply for Medicare Part B • ASHI participants do NOT have to apply for Medicare Parts A, C or D in order to apply for Medicare Part B. (...) Contact Health and Life Insurance Section Email: insurance-unhq@un.org Website: www.un.org/insurance www.un.org/insurance
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Score: 990403.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s..._presentation_may_2018-3_1.pdf
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United Nations ST/AI/2002/6 Secretariat 27 September 2002 02-61322 (E) 021002 *0261322* Administrative instruction Life insurance The Under-Secretary-General for Management, pursuant to section 4.2 of Secretary-General’s bulletin ST/SGB/1997/1 and for the purpose of defining the conditions governing the provision of life insurance coverage under staff regulation 6.2, promulgates the following: Section 1 General 1.1 A group life insurance plan (“plan”) is offered as a part of the scheme of social security for the staff which the Secretary-General is required to establish under staff regulation 6.2. The underwriter of the plan is the Aetna Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America (“insurance company”). (...) Staff members who choose not to retain coverage during a period of special leave without pay of more than two months’ duration may re-enrol in the plan only on the basis of satisfactory evidence of insurability. Section 9 Free life insurance coverage after separation from service 9.1 Participants in the plan at the time of separation from service who have participated in the plan for at least 10 years continue to receive life insurance coverage under certain conditions, which are set out below, without further payment of premiums.
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Score: 989573.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...s/life_insurance_stai20026.pdf
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United Nations ST/AI/2002/6 Secretariat 27 September 2002 02-61322 (E) 021002 *0261322* Administrative instruction Life insurance The Under-Secretary-General for Management, pursuant to section 4.2 of Secretary-General’s bulletin ST/SGB/1997/1 and for the purpose of defining the conditions governing the provision of life insurance coverage under staff regulation 6.2, promulgates the following: Section 1 General 1.1 A group life insurance plan (“plan”) is offered as a part of the scheme of social security for the staff which the Secretary-General is required to establish under staff regulation 6.2. The underwriter of the plan is the Aetna Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America (“insurance company”). (...) Staff members who choose not to retain coverage during a period of special leave without pay of more than two months’ duration may re-enrol in the plan only on the basis of satisfactory evidence of insurability. Section 9 Free life insurance coverage after separation from service 9.1 Participants in the plan at the time of separation from service who have participated in the plan for at least 10 years continue to receive life insurance coverage under certain conditions, which are set out below, without further payment of premiums.
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Score: 989573.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s....insurance/files/stai20026.pdf
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For additional information on group life insurance, please contact the Insurance, Claims and Compensation Section, room S-2765. 11. (...) Coverage for staff members whose life insurance exceeds $58,500 will be automatically reduced to that level on 1 July next following attainment of age 62, plus a similar amount of accidental death and dismemberment insurance. /... (...) I request, therefore, that my life insurance coverages under the subject group policies be maintained at their current levels. 2.
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Score: 989528.6 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...insurance/files/stic199642.pdf
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ST/IC/1992/32 8 May 1992 INFORMATION CIRCULAR To: Members of the staff From: The Controller Subject: GROUP LIFE INSURANCE - WAIVER OF AUTOMATIC INCREASE* INTRODUCTION 1. The insurance coverage under the Aetna group life insurance plan is adjusted once a year in accordance with increases in the pensionable remuneration of each participant. (...) For additional information on group life insurance, please contact the Insurance Section, room S-2765, I ••• Annex I WAIVER OF AUTOMATIC INCREASE To: Payroll Unit, room S-1826 (or, if payrolled outside Headquarters, to the appropriate finance section) Subject: GROUP LIFE INSURANCE Date: ST/IC/1992/32 Page 3 GROUP POLICY NUMBERS GL-14008 AND GC-14008-A 1.
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Score: 988932 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...ance/files/st_ic_1992_32-e.pdf
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