Look for your 2011 Benefit Summary in the mail before the end of this month, and go over it carefully. It shows the benefit choices saved in your record at the close of Open Enrollment.
The medical, dental and vision section shows the health plans you chose for 2011 (vision plans are linked to medical plans).
If you didn’t actively choose your health plans, you were automatically enrolled in the Statewide medical and ODS Traditional dental plans, and dependents you cover now will lose coverage Jan. 1, 2011. If your summary shows "No" next to dependents you currently cover because you didn’t actively enroll, you can remedy this impending loss of coverage. Submit a Remedy Form to your agency by Dec. 31, 2010. Click here
to download the Remedy Form.
If you enrolled in or increased life or long-term care insurance and you don’t see the new coverage listed, contact the plan. Coverage won’t go into effect without plan approval of your medical history.
Your 2011 health plans are the places to call if you have questions about providers, coverage or ID cards. The summary lists their phone numbers, as does PEBB’s website. Click here
to see the list of phone numbers.