The UCEAP travel insurance automatically covers UC students anywhere in the world 14 days before the official start, through 31 days after, the official end, of your UCEAP program. The premium is paid by the University of California.
The UCEAP travel insurance is not the same as the UC campus health insurance plan. It does not cover routine/preventive care. If sick or injured while abroad, contact the local staff for instructions to get medical care. As local health care providers will not bill U.S. insurance companies directly for services rendered, you must pay for your own non-emergency medical costs up front and file a claim to be reimbursed. If you have any questions regarding the benefits provided under the travel insurance contact email@example.com.
KNOW BEFORE YOU NEED CARE: Review information below for details.
Insurance Checklist, Contact Information, and Claims Process
Important - Plan Ahead
- You are automatically covered. UC pays the monthly cost. The insurance
carrier is ACE-USA.
Review policy documents
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about eligibility or benefits.
SHARE with your parents or guardians. KNOW what's covered before traveling.
UCEAP insurance coverage starts 14 days before the official start of the program; ends 31 days after the last day of the program.
Refer to your program calendar on the Participants page.
7 days before desired period of coverage for extension insurance (out-of-country coverage only)
Need out-of-country coverage sooner than 14 days before the official start of your program?
DISCUSS with family if you will need out-of country coverage insurance coverage before or after UCEAP.
7 days before the official end date of UCEAP program for extension insurance (out-of-country coverage only)
Need out-of-country coverage longer than 31 days after the official end of the program?
DISCUSS with family if you will need out-of-country insurance coverage after UCEAP.
||PRINT and carry a copy with you at all times.
For questions about travel insurance coverage, benefits, eligibility, and claims
Administrative Concepts, Inc. (ACI)
Phone: 1+ (888) 293-9229 (inside the U.S.)
Phone: (011-610) 293-9229 (outside the U.S.)
How to Submit Travel Insurance Claims
1) COMPLETE THE ONLINE CLAIM FORM:
The member ID requested is your UC ID number.
All required information must match what you entered in your MyEAP account. All relevant fields are required.
2) PREPARE documents: Scan (or photograph) and save receipts and other supporting documents you will use to justify your claim.
3) VERIFY THE ADDRESS where the check will be sent.
4) REVIEW your claim form. If you need to correct anything, click the GO BACK button on the form.
5) CLICK SUBMIT and download a PDF copy for your records.
6) UPLOAD supporting claim documents.
7) ALERT SOMEONE at the address you entered to watch for an envelope addressed to you from Administrative Concepts, Inc. (ACI).
Other methods for submitting claims
COMPLETE appropriate claim form and sign it (for prescription refills use Accident and Sickness).
Fax completed claim form and receipts to 1+ (610) 293-9299
Mail completed claim form and receipts to:
Administrative Concepts, Inc.
994 Old Eagle School Road, Suite 1005
Wayne, PA 1908
For general questions about the travel insurance or assistance services, contact email@example.com
In case of a medical EMERGENCY
- Contact local emergency services.
- Proceed to the emergency room of the local hospital.
- Contact the UCEAP local staff and/or host institution staff.
- Contact 24/7 United Healthcare Global Emergency Response Center
1-800-527-0218 (U.S. and Canada)
1-410-453-6330 (international collect, outside the U.S.)
For questions about the UCEAP travel insurance extension and dependent coverage
Alex Zeron, Mercer Health & Benefits
1166 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036
Phone: +1 (212) 345-8910
Fax: +1 (212) 948-8320