To find a provider in the network used by your plan, locate the network logo found on your ID card, Student Health Brochure or Plan document. You can access your provider directory by clicking on the Provider Search link below or clicking on the PPO network link found on your individual group page. Look up providers by finding your network logo here.
Yes. The office should look on your ID card to identify the network you have and to confirm they are participating in that network.
Since all our plans are different, you will need to consult your plan brochure.
Typically plans do not offer dental or vision coverage, only coverage for sickness or accidents to the teeth or eyes. Wellfleet offers a discount dental card program. Please visit here for details. If your plan does not have coverage for dental you can also purchase an individual plan by visiting here. Most of our plans include a discount vision program. To learn more about our vision discount program please visit here. Consult you’re the details of your plan.
If you are a Wellfleet member, you will create your own username and password when you first register for access. If you are a provider, group administrator or broker, please contact us for initial access. If you are registered, but forget your password, click here to re-set it. If you need additional assistance, please contact us.
Other insurance may be responsible for paying the claim; the services may not be covered according to the exclusions listed in your brochure or Plan Document; the claim may not have occurred while you were covered; or the charges may be over Reasonable and Customary. A letter from Wellfleet will accompany any denial of claim indicating the reason for non-payment.
You will be asked for a description of the accident, other coverage information and perhaps a police report. Wellfleet will send a letter to you requesting the pertinent information.
Reasonable & Customary (R&C) charges are guidelines developed by an independent source and used by insurance companies to help assure that the fees providers are charging for services are reasonable for their geographic area.
You can enroll in our plan with a qualifying life event (QLE) (loss of other coverage) regardless of our enrollment deadline. You must supply written proof that your other coverage terminated due to a qualifying life event, such as loss of employment or losing coverage under a parent’s plan due to your age. Cancelling coverage for which you are still eligible or ceasing to pay premiums under another plan is not a qualifying event.
Please refer to your plan’s Brochure or “Benefits at a Glance” document for information about dependent coverage.
If you have change to your name, address or phone number please email an updated W-9 form to [email protected]. This will assure claims payments are submitted to the correct address.
Wellfleet sends 1099-Misc tax forms to providers who were issued claim payments. This form is mainly used for filing your tax return. Wellfleet typically mails 1099-Misc forms each year by the end of January.
Whether you’re a current Wellfleet Student member, administrator, or partner — or would like to become one — contact us with any questions you have. We’ll look forward to hearing from you.
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