You can choose between three Medical plans:
All medical plans cover the same services and procedures; however, your deductible, coinsurance and premium rates will vary for each plan option.
Yes. Eligibility is determined based on your home address. If you are eligible for an Out-of-Area Medical plan, it will be displayed as an option when you enroll for your benefits.
The Medical plan carrier is UnitedHealthcare (UHC).
To find a provider you can go here.
Everyone will receive a new ID card for the Medical plan for 2020. In addition, your ID card from 2019 will continue to work. You will not receive a new ID card for the Prescription Drug benefit unless you enroll in coverage for the first time.
Yes. All three Medical plan options offer access to Virtual Visits through UnitedHealthcare.
You can consult with a doctor via video chat, so you and your family get the convenient care you need from home, work or on-the-go.
Each Medical plan option has Prescription Drug coverage. Each plan offers a flat dollar copay for generic medication. Brand and Non-Preferred medication will be subject to coinsurance. If you enroll in an HDHP plan you will be required to meet your deductible before the copay or coinsurance will apply.
To look up drug costs and find a pharmacy, click here.
CVS/caremark is the prescription drug administrator.
Go to caremark.com or call CVS/caremark at 1-877-252-3485.
If you enroll in the Premium HSA or Basic HSA, your Prescription Drug coverage and Medical plan have the same deductible. Prescription drug costs you pay will apply to your Medical plan deductible and out-of-pocket maximum. However, the deductible does not apply to certain preventive drugs. To review the preventive drug list, click here or visit www.caremark.com, or call 1-877-252-3485.
If you enroll in the Standard Plan, there is no prescription drug deductible. But any prescription drug cost you pay will apply to your Medical plan out-of-pocket maximum.
New ID cards will be issued to new enrollees from CVS/caremark.