• Check your Partnership Promise status — call 888.741.3390, option 1
2016 Annual Enrollment Period
This year, the annual enrollment period will change. The dates are:
- State and Higher Education — October 3-14, 2016 (two business weeks)
- Local Education — October 3-28, 2016 (four business weeks)
- Local Government — October 3-28, 2016 (four business weeks)
- Retirees — October 3-28, 2016 (four business weeks)
Watch your mail this summer and fall for more information about all of your benefits.
New Benefit — Telehealth
24/7 Care — When You Need It
All health plan members have access to Telehealth. You can talk to a doctor from anywhere, at any time.
When to use Telehealth
For non-emergency medical issues (allergies, asthma, bronchitis, cold & flu, infections, fever, ear aches, nausea, pink eye, sore throat, etc.).
- 24 hours a day, seven days a week — including nights, weekends and holidays
- Your doctor or pediatrician is unavailable
- It's not convenient to leave your home or work
- You are traveling and need medical care
2016 Partnership Promise Requirements
Everyone enrolled in the Partnership PPO or Wellness HealthSavings CDHP must take action in 2016 by completing the Partnership Promise.
The deadline to complete the online WBA was March 15. Members have until July 15 to complete a biometric health screening.
ALEX, your personal online ParTNers for Health benefits expert can help you choose which insurance option may work best for you.
Using Your HSA
If you are enrolled in a Consumer Driven Health Plan with a Health Savings Account (CDHP/HSA) here is an information sheet that can help you learn how to:
- Register your HSA online (note: your member ID is your social security #)
- Use your Debit Card
- Make a Payment
- Pay Yourself Back
- Request Reimbursement
Call PayFlex directly at 855.288.7345
- Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Central
- Saturday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Central
If you answer yes to the following questions, the HealthSavings CDHP may be for you:
- Are you looking for coverage for unexpected illnesses and accidents at a lower monthly premium?
- Are you willing to pay for routine medical services up front in exchange for a lower premium?
- Do you have income/savings high enough to cover routine medical care (up to the deductible)?
- Do you want to use the HSA as a pre-tax savings vehicle for future medical costs, especially during retirement?