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Public Employees’ Benefit Board Oct. 11, 2013
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Have you enrolled?
 
All PEBB members must actively enroll in a 2014 health plan during Open Enrollment Sept.1-Oct.31 to avoid higher health plan costs in 2014. This is your annual opportunity to choose the health plan that works best for you. It takes only a few minutes to enroll, so why not do it now?
 
Click here to log in and enroll ››
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Taking your health assessment is easier than ever
 
It's easier than ever to complete your confidential online health assessment for the 2014 Health Engagement Model (HEM). Whether you're in a Providence plan (Statewide and Choice) or a Kaiser plan (HMO and Deductible), logging in and completing your assessment typically takes less than half an hour. Remind your spouse or partner to take the assessment, too, so you can get the HEM health incentive in your pay.
 
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Join the Open Enrollment webinar Oct. 17 
 
If you couldn't make it to an Open Enrollment meeting, here's an opportunity to participate through a webinar on Oct. 17, 5-6 p.m. PEBB Vice Chair Paul McKenna gives an overview of the Board, Deputy Administrator Kathy Loretz reviews Open Enrollment and 2014 benefits, then Paul gives an update on the request for proposals for 2015 health plans.

Click here to register ››
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FAQ gives details on new wellness programs
Three new wellness programs launched Oct. 1 - MoodHelper, ExerciseRewards and Healthy Team Healthy U. We've posted frequently asked questions we're hearing from members along with the answers that answers.
Click here for the FAQ ››
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When to add or remove dependents
Submit a form as soon as possible to add or remove someone in your benefits - don't wait for Open Enrollment. A 1-minute video explains how and why.
Forgot your Providence password?
Now it's easy to retrieve your user name and reset your password for your Providence health assessment. Here's a quick tutorial.