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Print/Download Your Insurance Card
If you used UnitedHealthcare you can access your information and insurance card via their website (my.uhcsr.com) or may find the UHCSR Mobile App is even more convenient. With the app, you can access the most popular self-service features like viewing and sharing your ID card, viewing recent claims, and searching for a provider. If you haven’t set up your My Account yet, you can even do that via the mobile app.
Search UHCSR in your app store or the mobile app can be downloaded at either the App Store(https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/uhc-studentresources/id740854874?mt=8), for Apple smartphones or Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.laser2mail.uhcsrmobile). for Android smartphones.
TO USE THE SMH URGENT CARE You will need to Print you Card.
If you have been enrolled in the student health insurance plan through Ringling College, you will also be able to print your insurance card by following the directions outlined here.
UnitedHealthcare StudentResources (UHCSR) provides a personal website to access things like printable ID cards, claims status, Explanations of Benefits (EOB's) and the ability to locate providers. To register, simply select the “Create Your Online Account Now” link from the top right corner of the home page www.uhcsr.com under the brown header labeled “Direct Links”. You should only need your name, date of birth and email address (use your school email address).UHCSR has gone “green” and does not mail ID cards, so you will need to please register to print your UHCSR ID card. You will need to present your insurance card each time you visit a physician's office as well as when you come into the on-campus health center.
If you cannot access your personalized insurance website, please contact Ms. Daryl Hall directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, when you make an appointment with a provider, be certain that the provider is currently a Choice Plus provider. Frequently, patients ask "Do you take my insurance?" which most providers will. However, the appropriate question is to ask if the doctor, therapist, etc. is an in-network provider for your plan. Before making an appointment off campus, we encourage you to research the provider online and then confirm current status when making the appointment. In-network providers should know the protocol to determine the coverage available to you.
Thank you and please do not hesitate to contact our insurance representative with any questions following review.
P. Daryl Hall
Vice President at HSA Consulting, Inc.
2477 Stickney Point Road
Sarasota, Florida 34231-4099
Telephone: (888) 978-8355
Fax: (941) 925-2001