Chapter 3361:40-25 Health Services

3361:40-25-01 Health services: student health insurance.

(A) All students who register for six or more credit hours including co-op students on work quarter, are assessed a fee for single student coverage under the university's student health insurance plan.

(B) Students with coverage equal to or greater than that offered by the university from a U.S. admitted insurance company with a U.S. based claims administrator may waive coverage by submitting a completed waiver prior to the waiver deadline to the student health insurance office. Completed waivers submitted on time during fall term will result in the waiver of charges for the remainder of the academic year. Waivers must be resubmitted each academic year.

(C) Graduate students who enroll in fewer than six credit hours in order to maintain their candidacy for degree may request to purchase coverage but will not be charged automatically. Such students must request coverage from the student health insurance office and must satisfy all application requirements each term.

Replaces: 3361:40-25-01

Effective: 9/15/2012
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 3361
Rule Amplifies: 3361
Prior Effective Dates: 3/16/1978, 8/15/1979, 2/25/1985, 7/1/1985, 6/17/1998, 9/2/1999, 6/16/2000, 1/15/2003, 8/5/2005, 9/20/2007

3361:40-25-12 Health services: eligibility for care.

(A) University health services provides general medical and occupational health services to the university community.

(B) Employees are eligible for care for work-related medical problems only. All services to employees for work-related illness, injury or examinations are provided without charge. Employees with work-related medical problems or injuries should report to the university health services. If university health services offices are closed, the employee should report to university hospital, inc. University health services will also assist employees in arranging for referrals, or additional tests that may be required as a result of a work-related medical problem.

(C) All full and part-time students, spouses and dependents are eligible for care.

(D) "Upward Bound" students, consortium students, summer groups, and visitors are eligible for care on an emergency basis.

Replaces: Former Rules 3361:40-25-02 and 3361:40-25-12 of the Administrative Code.

Replaces: 3361:40-25-12

Effective: 6/17/1998
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 3361
Rule Amplifies: 3361
Prior Effective Dates: 3/16/1978, 2/25/1985, 12/18/1985

3361:40-25-13 Health services: medical records at university health services.

Medical records are treated confidentially at the university health services and are not released without written consent of the patient, except as required and/or permitted by law. Records requests from patients will be carried out when a written consent for release of such information is provided. There will be a charge for any photocopy services provided to patients.

Replaces: 3361:40-25-13

Effective: 1/15/2003
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 3361
Rule Amplifies: 3361
Prior Effective Dates: 3/16/1978, 2/25/1985, 12/16/1999