MIT Health Plans MIT Medical
Get the care you need, when you need it, by choosing one of MIT’s high-quality health plans. Designed to work seamlessly with our extensive medical services in Cambridge and Lexington, and our healthcare referral network in greater Boston, these plans offer convenience and peace-of-mind in a cost-effective package. Choose from the following options: For students
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LGBTQ+ Health MIT Medical
Overview. MIT Medical’s LGBTQ+ Health service is available for telehealth visits* and in-person appointments. Our services include: Comprehensive primary care from a healthcare provider who is knowledgeable about LGBTQ+ issues, including transgender health issues. Gender-affirming counseling, medical/hormonal treatment, surgical referrals
MIT Student Insurance Office MIT Medical
The MIT Student Health Insurance Plan (MIT SHIP) is a comprehensive health insurance plan that provides coverage for preventive and primary care, emergency services, surgical care, hospitalization, specialist visits, mental health services, and prescription drugs. The MIT SHIP plan is a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plan offered by Blue
Patient Services MIT Medical
MIT’s Student Mental Health and Counseling Services works with students to understand and solve problems. 617-253-2916. M-Th, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mental health clinicians are available 24-hours a day for urgent matters. E23, third floor Sports Medicine and Orthopedics
Enrollment MIT Medical
Eligible individuals, including eligible family members, can enroll in MIT SHIP. Automatically enrolled students can ask to waive MIT SHIP coverage. Your waiver will be approved only if you can show that you have another insurance plan that provides comprehensive coverage in the Boston/Cambridge area. Outside of Open Enrollment, you may enroll
Sign up for HealthELife MIT Medical
How do I sign up? You can self enroll. Enter the email address we have on file for you — most likely your mit.edu address. Once you’ve filled out and submitted the enrollment form, HealthELife will send you a six-digit verification code by email. If that fails, reach out to the technical support team anytime at 877-621–8014.
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Eligibility MIT Medical
Who is eligible for MIT SHIP? MIT students (including most visiting students ), and their family members. Other MIT-affiliated individuals* and their family members, may be eligible for MIT SHIP dependent on their specific appointment details. Titles that may be eligible include: Postdoctoral Fellows. Senior Postdoctoral Fellows. Research Fellows.
For Students MIT Medical
Summary of Benefits and Coverage. Schedule of Pediatric Dental Benefits. Other documents: Spousal Equivalent form — Students. Blue Cross Blue Shield subscriber claim form. Express Scripts claim form. Health Care Provider Report, Return from Medical Leave of Absence. Vaccine Exemption form. MIT Influenza (Flu) Vaccine Exemption Request.
Rates & Documents MIT Medical
A Student’s Guide to Health Insurance and Healthcare at MIT Medical; Blue Care Elect MIT Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) Summary of Benefits 2022-23; Summary of Benefits and Coverage; Schedule of Pediatric Dental Benefits; Affidavit of Spousal-Equivalent Partnership; Blue Cross Blue Shield subscriber claim form; Express Scripts claim form
Graduate Students MIT Medical
Learn about MIT Medical’s sexual health services—everything from free condoms and counseling to birth control and STD testing.-health Stress Reduction, Mindfulness and Relaxation. Discover new ways to manage stress and revitalize your mind and body. Become more relaxed and focused, so you can respond to life with more clarity.
About Us MIT Medical
For more than 100 years, we have fostered a tradition of caring — meeting MIT’s personal, occupational, and public health needs. At MIT Medical, approximately 350 clinicians and other professionals provide clinical care, wellness programs, public health resources, insurance services, and community support. We serve a diverse population that
Using the MIT Student Health Insurance Plan (MIT SHIP)
Off-campus mental health services MIT SHIP covers off-campus mental health services. If you see an in-network mental health provider, you will pay nothing for your first 52 visits in a calendar year — your insurance will pay 100 percent of the cost. After 52 visits in a calendar year, you will have a $5 copay for each visit until the end of
Mental Health MIT Medical
Dear Lucy: I was recently diagnosed with social anxiety disorder, and I have read that social anxiety disorder is actually pretty common. I am curious how common it and other mental health disorders are, especially among undergraduate and graduate students. I have never met another person who admits to having social anxiety, and it seems like
FAQ: HeathELife MIT Medical
Once you’ve filled out and submitted the enrollment form, HealthELife will send you a six-digit verification code by email. If that fails, reach out to the technical support team anytime at 877-621–8014. Patients can also sign up in person. Just ask any member of our front desk staff to sign you up. They can send invitations to eligible
At a Glance MIT Medical
If you or your family member choose to continue seeing a mental health professional for an ongoing concern after those four sessions, you may use your health insurance coverage, and copayments may be required. Call MyLife Services at 844-405-5433 for confidential assistance from a real person 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Monkeypox fact sheet MIT Medical
Monkeypox fact sheet. August 2, 2022. Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are currently reporting over 6,000 cases of the virus in the United States, and there are rising case counts in Massachusetts.