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Open Enrollment 2015
For 2015, there is a new medical plan if you qualified along with new rates for all medical plans. A number of resources are available to help you estimate your 2015 expenses, compare plans and become a more informed consumer.
A good experience with open enrollment begins before you enroll. Use this checklist to help guide you through the steps to a successful Open Enrollment. So, before you sign up:
Educate yourself about changes occurring Jan. 1, 2015.
Access your PeopleSoft account.
Review your Open Enrollment record and carefully read the information.
Confirm or update your personal information including your home and/or mailing address, phone number.
Update or confirm your ethnic group.
If you wish to drop your insurance coverage you will need to select waive.
If you are eligible for the Wellness CDHP you will need to select this option to enroll in the plan
Review your eligible dependents and beneficiaries. You will need to enroll all eligible dependents in each chosen medical, dental and vision plan.
Check your current election or make new elections. It is important that you review the dependents enrolled on each of your plans.
If you have a Health Savings Account, you will need to enter your annual contribution amount.
If you have a Flexible Spending Account, you will need to re-elect or re-state your annual contribution amount.
Accept or decline the Non-Tobacco Use Agreement for 2015.
Be sure to print an Election Summary after you have submitted your elections.
- Maximum Exposure Calculations for 2015 Health Plans
- Wellness Plan Summary (2-page)
- Wellness Plan Summary of Benefits and Coverage (9-page)
- CDHP Plan 1 Summary (2-page)
- CDHP Plan 1 Summary of Benefits and Coverage (9-page)
- CDHP Plan 2 Summary (2-page)
- CDHP Plan 2 Summary of Benefits and Coverage (9-page)
- Traditional PPO Plan Summary (2-page)
- Traditional PPO Summary of Benefits and Coverage (9-page)