UHA - Hawaii Insurance

Carrier: UHA
Plan Type: UHA 600
Group #: 16000101
Customer Service: 1-800-458-4600
Provider Directory: www.uhahealth.com/providers/search

In Network Coverage Includes:

Physician Office Visit: 10% Coinsurance
Specialist Office Visit: 20% Coinsurance
Urgent Care: 10% Coinsurance
Emergency Room: 10% Coinsurance
Prescription Co-pay: $10 Generic
$20 Preferred Brand
$40 Non-Preferred
Specialty: 20% Coinsurance

Available products expire on 12/31/2018. Please contact your recruiter or contact us at 800-995-2673 for additional information.

Health Insurance - Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I elect to participate in CoreMedical Group Benefits?
Q: What if I want to change what I elected?
Q: When do my benefits end?
Q: Who is eligible to participate in CoreMedical Group benefit plans?
Q: Who can I cover on my group plan?
Q: What type of plan options do I have?
Q: When will I get my ID cards?
Q: Where will my ID cards be sent?
Q: What do I do if I need services or prescriptions filled before I get my ID cards?
Q: When will my coverage begin?

Learn more about COBRA.Additional services and coverage provided. Please contact us or email: Benefits@CoreMedicalGroup.com for additional information.

Q: How do I elect to participate in CoreMedical Group Benefits?
A: At the time you are discussing your contract terms with your recruiter, you will need to advise them as to whether you require insurance or not. If you elect insurance, you will receive the appropriate paperwork to complete at the time your contract is mailed to you. (TOP)
Q: What if I want to change what I elected?
A: Please contact your recruiter to determine your eligibility for change. (TOP)
Q: When do my benefits end?
A: All insurance ends at midnight on your last physical day of work. (TOP)
Q: Who is eligible to participate in CoreMedical Group benefit plans?
A: Full-Time W2 Employees (on CMG Payroll) (TOP)
Q: Who can I cover on my group plan?
A: You can cover a legal spouse, legal dependents, domestic partner, and/or civil union partner. (TOP)
Q: What type of plan options do I have?
A: UHA currently offers Single, Single +1, or Family coverage. Single +1 coverage is for Employee + Spouse or Employee +1 Dependent. Family coverage is for Employee + Spouse/Legal Partner; Employee + Dependent; or Employee, Spouse,/Legal Partner and Dependents.  (TOP)
Q: When will I get my ID cards?
A: You will receive your ID cards approximately 10-14 days after your enrollment is processed. Your ID cards are sent via United States Postal Service directly from UHA. (TOP)
Q: Where will my ID cards be sent?
A: Your benefits will be processed using your temporary address (if applicable). If no temporary address is available, your benefits will be set up using your permanent address. (TOP)
Q: What do I do if I need services or prescriptions filled before I get my ID cards?
A: If you need to seek services or fill prescriptions prior to receiving your ID cards, you will need to pay for your service and apply for a reimbursement directly from the carrier. (TOP)
Q: When will my coverage begin?
A: Due to specific requirements and guidelines of the Hawaii Prepaid Healthcare Act, please contact Human Resources at hr@coremedicalgroup.com for more information regarding the effective date of your coverage. (TOP)
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