Each year, annual enrollment allows you to choose benefits or make benefit changes that will be effective on Jan. 1.
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Each year, annual enrollment is your chance to choose benefits or make benefit changes that will be effective the following Jan. 1. The annual enrollment period for state and higher education employees is Oct. 1 – Oct. 16. Even if you don’t make changes during annual enrollment, it’s good to review your enrollment selections each year.
Open Enrollment From Sept. 30 through Oct. 11 at 4:30 p.m. CDT, all regular employees working at least 75 percent time will have the opportunity to sign up and make changes to health, dental and vision insurance as part of the state of Tennessee’s open enrollment period. Employees will also have the opportunity to make … Continued
During the state of Tennessee’s open enrollment period, starting Oct. 1 and running through Oct. 12, UT faculty and staff will have the opportunity to sign up and make changes to health, dental and vision insurance. Employees also will have the opportunity to make changes to their term life insurance, long-term care and optional special accident programs.
You may have noticed that you haven’t been asked to complete a well-being assessment or a biometric screening for your insurance plan yet for 2018. Due to ongoing litigation at the state level, the wellness program has been put on hold. This means there will not be a voluntary wellness program in place (nor cash … Continued
While the Partnership Promise will go away and will no longer be part of any health plan, members and enrolled spouses can get cash rewards for participating in a voluntary wellness program.
UT faculty and staff will have the opportunity to sign up and make changes to health, dental and vision insurance beginning October 2 and ending October 13.
Are you a member of the 2017 Partnership Promise? If so, don’t forget that your biometric health screening must be completed by July 15!
Partnership Promise members may be required to participate in disease management or case management health coaching in 2017.
The Partnership PPO and Standard PPO remain the state’s two health insurance plans. Both plans cover the same services and treatments, but the Partnership plan offers lower costs and better discounts. In exchange, members must agree to fulfill the Partnership Promise each year, which is designed to help Tennesseans live healthier lifestyles and lower healthcare costs for everyone.