Choosing and personalizing your medical plan depends on your specific health care needs, doctor preferences, budget and lifestyle.
A Health Savings Account (HSA) allows you to put money aside and reimburse yourself for medical expenses on a tax-deductible basis.
You and your family are automatically covered for mental health and substance abuse care when you enroll in one of our medical plans.
Eligible employees may apply for MCAP, a subsidy that pays all or part of your medical plan contributions.
COBRA allows you to continue coverage in Stanford-sponsored plans if you, or one of your covered dependents, lose health coverage.
You are automatically enrolled in our basic life insurance program. Supplemental life insurance is also available.
AD&D Insurance provides you and your family with protection against accidental death or loss of limb or body function.
This insurance provides an optional after-tax benefit that helps pay many of the day-to-day expenses for nursing home and in-home care not generally covered by medical or disability plans.
Stanford offers this benefit to help keep your personal information safe and help you repair any damage from identity theft.
Pets are family too. Starting October 24, 2016, Stanford will offer a benefit to help you care for your dogs, cats, birds and exotic pets.
Learn what the university's medical plans cover when you travel internationally. In some cases, you may want to temporarily change plans during periods when you’re away.
Active employees and official retirees can use this tool to compare medical benefits, as well as plan costs.
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