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Wright State offers health care plan to students at lower cost

WHIO Dayton logo WHIO Dayton 7/20/2021 WHIO Staff
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Wright State University’s new student health plan offers domestic and international students’ medical coverage at a lower, more affordable premium.

Provided by Anthem Student Advantage, the new plan for the 2021–2022 academic year provides students with the same benefits as previous years. The plan will also be adding a new preventive dental plan at no cost to students, according to a news release.

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Students do not incur out-of-pocket costs, including a copay or deductible, when seeking care for covered conditions at Student Health Services at the Wright State Physicians Health Center.

The plan also includes GeoBlue International Travel Insurance, hospital care, and office visits for sickness and injury, according to the release.

“Providing a new health insurance plan at an affordable rate is another way Wright State can support our students,” said Chris Taylor, Ph.D., dean of students.


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