Your benefit statement shows your most-current enrollments.
On the blue “Resource Tools” menu on the left, click “My Benefit Statement.”
Members who signed up for the 2013 HEM will see their choice of medical plans with the standard plan names – PEBB Statewide, Providence Choice, Kaiser Deductible or Kaiser HMO. Part-time employees who enrolled in part-time plans will see that designation, as well.
Members who don’t sign up for the 2013 HEM have a $100 per-person deductible (to a maximum of three persons in a family) in addition to the standard deductible in their 2013 medical plan. They will see the higher per-person deductible amount total reflected in the plan name. Example for full-time plan:
- PEBB Statewide 350 ($250 + $100)
- Providence Choice 350 ($250 + $100)
- Kaiser Deductible 350 ($250 + $100)
- Kaiser 100 (0 + $100)
If you chose to continue coverage in your current medical and dental plans, they won’t show a new start or end date in your statement. If you enrolled to change a health plan, you’ll see the new start date of 1/00/12
2013 HEM Health Assessment
Members who signed up for HEM can make sure they completed their 2013 health assessment in the required time frame by logging back in to their account on their health plan’s website.
Providence site: log in at https://myprovidence.healthtrioconnect.com.
Under “My Health” in the menu on the left, click “Personal Health Assessment” and then click “accept” on the next page. This will open your health assessment, which includes the date of completion. If you completed your health assessment Sept. 1-Oct. 31, 2012, it counts as complete for 2013 HEM.
Kaiser site: sign in at https://healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/html/kaiser/index.shtml.
Click the “Health and Wellness” tab. From the scroll banner, click “Total health assessment, then click “Succeed.” A “plan created” date to the right of the yellow sunflower that’s after Feb. 13, 2012, counts for 2013 HEM.