You may now login to Peoplesoft to complete your 2017 Open Enrollment selections. Make sure that you have carefully reviewed your medical expenses for 2016 to make the best decision for investing in your health in 2017.
The non-tobacco use agreement does not roll over; you must go online and complete the agreement to receive the incentive.
Your elections for the 2016 plan year for Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) also do not automatically continue. You must designate what amount(s) you want deducted from your paycheck for 2017.
For 2017, there are new rates for the medical plan. A number of resources are available to help you estimate your 2017 expenses, compare plans and become a more informed consumer. Use this checklist to help guide you through the steps to a successful Open Enrollment: Educate yourself about changes occurring January 1, 2017 ... Read More
The Non-Tobacco Use Incentive is offered again for the 2017 plan year. Receive a $35 reduction in your group health insurance bi-weekly premium by accepting the agreement during Open Enrollment. By accepting the incentive, you agree to not use any form of tobacco products in 2017. This applies to employees who have never used tobacco products, who have refrained from ... Read More
It is hard to fathom, but in just a few weeks we will begin the annual open enrollment for health benefits in 2017. This is your annual opportunity to explore the many well-being options the State of Indiana has to offer you and your eligible family members. I hope this open enrollment period raises your awareness of the programs and ... Read More
If you still have questions, there are several additional resources to help you get the answers you need. We have scheduled town hall informational meetings and webinars (a web-based seminar that you access through a computer). You can contact the Benefits Division with your questions as well. Both the town hall meetings and the webinars allow those attending to ask ... Read More
Kroger pharmacists are hosting free flu shot clinics at many state facilities across Indiana for employees that carry State insurance. If you don't carry State insurance, the cost is $20 payable by cash or check at these clinics. Kroger Pharmacies are also administering vaccines at participating retail locations. Vaccinations may also be administered at your doctor’s office, retail pharmacy or ... Read More
Are you receiving benefits emails from SPD?
If you have a state email address, you should already be receiving emails from the State Personnel Department on your work email address. If you’re not receiving these emails from our Benefits list, then sign your email up to the State Employee Benefits Updates list below. We’ve also created a list for dependents and employees without state email.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your state email address added to the Benefits/Open Enrollment list or check your subscription. Both lists are going to be used to send to when SPD sends information out about Open Enrollment, HumanaVitality, the next qualification period for the Wellness CDHP and other Invest In Your Health wellness program initiatives.