r6_philly wrote:JamesDean1955 wrote:$3,500.00 for a year seems like an awesome deal. If you wanted to purchase a bare bones individual plan in NY from a reputable company (assuming you aren't impoverished), it would be around $800-$1,200 a month, and that's for a high deductible plan.
If I remember correctly, the Penn plan is not high-deductible.
You have to go to student health first to anything. Then they refer you which always cost you a fee. I had the same doctor for years now I can't go there. For me (PA) comp plans would cost 1000 less.
Well if they're that cheap in PA I'm definitely checking them out!