You are enrolled automatically in travel assistance coverage at no cost to you. The travel assistance plan provides emergency travel assistance when you are over 100 miles from home—even for travel outside the U.S.
Passport, visa, weather and currency exchange information, health hazards advice and inoculation requirements
Emergency ticket, credit card and passport replacement, funds transfer and missing baggage assistance
24/7 phone access to registered nurses for health and medication information, symptom decision support and help understanding treatment options
Emergency evacuation to the nearest adequate medical facility and medically necessary repatriation to your home, including coverage for moving remains back to the United States if traveling abroad
Connection to medical care providers, interpreter services, a local attorney, consular office or bail bond services
Return trips for travel companions if travel is disrupted due to emergency transportation services
Return trips for dependent children if they are left unattended due to prolonged hospitalization
Logistical arrangements for ground transportation, housing and/or evacuation in the event of political unrest or social instability; for more complex situations, assistance with making arrangements with providers of specialized security services.
Note: When traveling abroad, you’ll usually be required to pay for medical services, even with evidence of insurance. If you require medical care abroad, pay with a credit card (if possible) and submit a claim for reimbursement as soon as you return. Benefits for travel to certain countries may be restricted. Contact UnitedHealthcare for more information.
You are enrolled automatically in business travel assistance coverage at no cost to you.
If you die or are injured while traveling anywhere in the world for University business, you or your elected beneficiary can receive benefits. Coverage extends to your spouse and children when they are traveling with you on a business trip.
Commutation coverage, provided through Hartford, protects you while you are traveling to and from work at the University.
Travel assistance provided by the Generali Global Assistance Program is available to you at no cost, as part of your Basic Life Insurance coverage. Generali has representatives in over 200 countries and territories, and 35 assistance centers with multilingual coordinators and case managers.
Generali covers you, your spouse and your children under the age of 25, whether you are traveling for work or for pleasure. Coverage depends on where you are traveling:
Travel Assistance: For when you are traveling for less than 180 days (domestically or internationally)