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  • Resources | Vaden Health Center
    HPS Staff I Thrive Emotional Well Being Be Happier Stress Less Accomplish Your Goals Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Student Groups Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Healthy Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Wellness Health Promotion Relationships Sexual Health Resources Individual consultation If you are worried about a friend who is struggling with issues related to emotional sexual or relationship health and would like to receive education and coaching about how you can best support your friend please make

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  • Get Involved | Vaden Health Center
    Disorder Gender and Sexual Identities Eating Disorders Substance Use Evaluation Psychology and Psychiatry Training Programs Predoctoral Internship Introduction Letter Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Philosophy and Goals Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Components of Training Program Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Meet the Staff FAQs Frequently Asked Questions Predoctoral Internship CAPS Application Qualifications and Process Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Psychiatry Residency Training Wellness Health Promotion About Us Wellness and Health Promotion Services Wellness Health Promotion What is Wellness Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Wellness Health Promotion Services HPS Staff I Thrive Emotional Well Being Be Happier Stress Less Accomplish Your Goals Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Student Groups Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Healthy Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel

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  • Peer Health Educators | Vaden Health Center
    Wellness Health Promotion Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators Compassionate dedicated enthusiastic students can make a real difference in the health and well being of their peers You can find a variety of meaningful volunteer opportunities in student health programs projects and activities Gain hands on knowledge and experience enhance your leadership and interpersonal skills and develop great new relationships while educating and empowering fellow students Peer Health Educators Peer Health Educators PHEs are residential staff who are peer specialists in health and wellness in their houses They are a culturally inclusive highly diverse team that represents all aspects of the undergraduate student community Peer Health Educators offer Fun upbeat informative health programs and workshops Creative health information Care for minor colds and ailments emergency self care supplies Referrals to health care resources to meet your needs One to one health coaching peer counseling and resource referrals Peer health expertise as part of your staff team Frequently asked questions about Peer Health Educators PHEs If your questions are not answered on this page please contact health stanford edu Why be a PHE Learn about a wide range of health topics Connect with residents Be a vital part of a residential staff team Be the go to person for health issues Develop your leadership and presentation skills Develop your counseling and coaching skills Be part of a close knit PHE community Make creative accessible health education materials Contribute to the health and well being of the Stanford community What education and training are mandatory PHEs must successfully complete Health Promotion and the Campus Culture PEDS 105 4 units which is offered in Spring quarter Tuesdays and Thursdays 3 15 5 05 pm PHEs return to campus one week before New Student Orientation early arrival training and participate in mandatory one hour weekly meetings throughout the academic year on Wednesdays at 5 pm Who is eligible to apply to be a PHE Qualified applicants are current sophomores or juniors who have had previous experience and leadership in student service and or health related programs They are enthusiastic and committed to promoting wellness and safety in the Stanford community Freshmen are not eligible to apply Applicants must Be a current sophomore or junior junior or senior during your year as PHE Be on campus all three quarters of the academic year Successfully complete Pediatrics 105 the four unit PHE training course Health Promotion and the Campus Culture NO EXCEPTIONS Have one year of guaranteed housing left Accept your PHE placement Return to campus for training in mid September PHE training conflicts with Sophomore College and Honors College you may not participate in Sophomore or Honors College when serving as a PHE Participate in all PHE training and staff retreats starting in late August early September and other training sessions during the year Specific dates for training are provided during the selection process Attend mandatory weekly PHE meetings during the academic year Abide by all university policies Violating university policy

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  • About Us - Health Insurance | Vaden Health Center
    and Process Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Psychiatry Residency Training Wellness Health Promotion About Us Wellness and Health Promotion Services Wellness Health Promotion What is Wellness Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Wellness Health Promotion Services HPS Staff I Thrive Emotional Well Being Be Happier Stress Less Accomplish Your Goals Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Student Groups Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Healthy Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Stanford University requires that all registered

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  • Health Insurance Overview | Vaden Health Center
    Substance Use Evaluation Psychology and Psychiatry Training Programs Predoctoral Internship Introduction Letter Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Philosophy and Goals Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Components of Training Program Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Meet the Staff FAQs Frequently Asked Questions Predoctoral Internship CAPS Application Qualifications and Process Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Psychiatry Residency Training Wellness Health Promotion About Us Wellness and Health Promotion Services Wellness Health Promotion What is Wellness Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Wellness Health Promotion Services HPS Staff I Thrive Emotional Well Being Be Happier Stress Less Accomplish Your Goals Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Student Groups Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Healthy Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility

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  • The Importance of Health Insurance | Vaden Health Center
    and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance Many types of health care are available at Vaden Health Center on campus and much of it is covered under the Campus Health Service Fee For the services that Vaden can t or doesn t provide such as emergency care hospitalization or care when a student is traveling away from campus or for those services that are offered at Vaden but not covered under the Health Fee such as specialty care physical therapy or prescriptions health insurance is needed Because no one can accurately predict what type of medical care might be needed in

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  • How U.S. Health Insurance Works | Vaden Health Center
    you pays an up front premium to a health insurance company and that payment allows you to share risk with lots of other people enrollees who are making similar payments Since most people are healthy most of the time the premium dollars paid to the insurance company can be used to cover the expenses of the relatively small number of enrollees who get sick or are injured Insurance companies as you can imagine have studied risk extensively and their goal is to collect enough premium to cover medical costs of the enrollees There are many many different types of health insurance plans in the United States and many different rules and arrangements regarding care Following are three important questions you should ask when selecting health insurance Key question 1 Where can I receive care One way that health insurance plans control their costs is to influence access to providers Providers include physicians hospitals laboratories pharmacies and other entities Many insurance companies contract with a specified network of providers that has agreed to supply services to plan enrollees at more favorable pricing If a provider is not in a plan s network the insurance company may not pay for the service s provided or may pay a smaller portion than it would for in network care This means the enrollee who goes outside of the network for care may be required to pay a much higher share of the cost This is an important concepts to understand especially if you are not originally from the local Stanford area If you have a plan through a parent for example and that plan s network is in your home town you may not be able to get the care you need in the Stanford area OR you may incur much higher costs to get that care Key question 2 What does the plan cover One of the things health care reform has done in the United States under the Affordable Care Act is to introduce more standardization to insurance plan benefits Before such standardization the benefits offered varied drastically from plan to plan For example some plans covered prescriptions others did not Now plans in the United States are required to offer a number of essential health benefits which include Emergency services Hospitalization Laboratory tests Maternity and newborn care Mental health and substance abuse treatment Outpatient care doctors and other services you receive outside of a hospital Pediatric services including dental and vision care Prescription drugs Preventive services e g some immunizations and management of chronic diseases Rehabilitation services For our international population of students who might be considering coverage through a non U S based plan asking the question what does the plan cover is extremely important Key question 3 How much will it cost Understanding what insurance coverage costs is actually quite complicated In our overview we talked about paying a premium to enroll in a plan This is an up front cost that is transparent to you i e you

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  • Stanford University Insurance Requirements | Vaden Health Center
    Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview Stanford University Insurance Requirements Stanford University s Health Care Resources While at Stanford your health care resources include Care at Vaden Health Center through the Campus Health Service Fee As a registered student you have access to Vaden Health Center services during your academic career at Stanford All services are geared to your well being Vaden Health Center offers primary care counseling and psychological care and health promotion services Care available through Health Insurance You will need health insurance when using health care services that are not covered by the Campus Health Service Fee Examples of services that require health insurance include care that s been referred to a specialist inpatient care emergency care and care provided while away from campus such as when traveling either within the U S or internationally

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