GWC-UAW Health Insurance Survey
Columbia has announced major unilateral changes to student worker health benefits for the 2019-20 year, including elimination of the enhanced 100 Plan which hundreds of RAs and TAs currently receive as part of their benefits package. Columbia now intends to offer only one plan, a Platinum plan that could include a few improvements for those currently on the 90 Plan. However, for those currently on the 100 Plan, the new plan could significantly increase out-of-pocket costs due to adding the 10% co-insurance and higher prescription drug and office co-pays.

Please take 5 minutes to give us your feedback on Columbia’s planned changes to our health insurance.

Full Name
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Email (non-CU preferred)
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Degree Pursued
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In Fall 2019 I will be working as a(n): *
Which Columbia school do you attend? *
Which Columbia insurance plan are you currently on: *
My CU insurance plan is funded by: *
Were you previously aware Columbia made major changes to our health insurance for the 2019-20 year? *
If yes, how were you made aware of these changes? *
What is your biggest out-of-pocket health care cost at present? *
Have you personally experienced any problem or financial hardship this year due to cost of health care? *
If yes, please explain if you feel comfortable:
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If you could improve any aspects of the health insurance plan, what would you improve?
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If you could improve any aspect of dental coverage, what would you improve?
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If you could improve any aspect of vision coverage, what would you improve?
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Please answer the following questions with yes or no: *
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Do you frequently visit a specialist?
Do you use student health services as your primary care provider?
Have you used CU insurance to cover emergency medical services?
Have you used CU insurance to cover urgent care medical services?
Do you regularly see a clinician, therapist, or other medical or mental health provider that is not in CU insurance’s network?
Do you regularly use prescribed medication?
Has CU insurance ever denied you coverage for a medical expense?
Do you have any comments about the above questions?
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Any additional comments?
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