Generally, any 2020 elections you make will remain in effect through Dec. 31, 2020. When your enrollment period ends, you may only make a change to your benefit elections during the year if you experience a qualified life event and report it through MyHR within 30 calendar days of life event.
|New Hire Enrollment||Qualified Life Event|
|Deadline to enroll||8 calendar days from date of hire||30 days of life event|
|Benefits coverage you will receive if you do not enroll|
Note: You will not be eligible for the Tobacco-Free Health Credit of $18.46 per paycheck
|If you do not change your benefit elections on MyHR within 30 calendar days of a qualified life event, no changes will take effect.|
|How to enroll||Visit MyHR before the deadline.||Visit MyHR through Connect within 30 calendar days of your life event.|
|When you will see your elections summary||At the end of your Open Enrollment process, you will see your elections summary. Make sure you carefully review it for accuracy at that time. |
If you find any inconsistencies, you should notify HR Services immediately at 866.324.6513 and within 4 days from the end of
|After you enroll, you will see an elections summary. |
If you find an error, you should notify HR Services immediately at 866.324.6513.
The elections you make or default coverage you receive will remain in effect through the end of the year and you only will be permitted to make changes to these elections during the plan year if you experience a qualified life event and report it through MyHR within 30 calendar days of the life event effective date.
Note: Health Savings Account contributions can be changed at any time on MyHR.
If you enroll in the Health Plan, you and your covered family members will receive an Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (medical) and CVS Caremark (prescription) card in the mail within 30 days of your enrollment.
If you enroll in the Vision Plan, you can expect to receive a new ID card in the mail. You will only receive one Anthem ID card, no matter if you are enrolled in both the Vision and Health Plans or just one. Your dependents will receive their own separate ID cards with their name on it, but the cards will have the same ID number as yours.
You also should receive a Health Savings Account (HSA) debit card from HealthEquity if you enroll in either the GREEN or ORANGE Plan option.
If you need to visit your doctor or use your pharmacy benefits before you receive your new ID cards, you can print temporary ID cards.
To print your Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield temporary ID card,
If you need a new or replacement CVS Caremark ID card, you can contact CVS Caremark at 866.587.4799 or visit caremark.com.
If you enroll in the Dental Plan, you will not receive a card in the mail and don’t need one. You can print one on the MetLife website.
If you have any questions, contact HR Services at 866.324.6513.