Excellus members can download the free HSA Bank Mobile app and Aetna members can download the free PayFlex Mobile® app to better manage your HSA, whenever and wherever. The apps allow you to review qualified medical expenses, check your account balance and activity, pay providers when you forget to bring your card, and much more.
Job status is the phrase used to describe whether an employee is full-time, part-time or time-as-reported (known as TAR or per-diem). This can matter for many reasons, but when it comes to health care, your job status affects your eligibility … Continued
What makes it special? Attain is a reward-based app and was created with a team of doctors, using their knowledge and expertise to build smart, clinically-based, achievable goals. Your daily and weekly goals are personalized based on your health history and Apple Watch activity, and every time you take a step towards achieving one of these goals, you earn points.
Due to high demand, Liberty Mutual will be offering 2 more defensive driving classes in April! Join Liberty Mutual Insurance for a defensive driving class presented by the National Traffic Safety Institute; this course if offered to University of Rochester employees at a reduced rate.
Staying connected to our University of Rochester retirees is important to us! We appreciate their years of dedication and service, and now we want to share their stories.
A qualifying event is an event that triggers a special benefits enrollment period that is outside of your annual enrollment period. Examples of qualifying events include marriage, birth, adoption, return from leave, loss of coverage, etc.
Blue365’s February featured deal is focused on your physical health. During the month of February, Blue365 members are able to enroll in the “Fitness Your Way” gym membership (hop between any of the 10,000+ gyms in the program) and if you enroll by February 28, they’ll waive the enrollment fee!
Simply put, your deductible is the amount you will pay towards your medical expenses before your plan “kicks in.” So, when does your plan “kick in”?
The 2019 benefits open enrollment dates listed within the October 22nd edition of @Rochester are INCORRECT. Open Enrollment for 2019 benefits will take place November 1-15, 2018.
When selecting a University Health Care Plan for 2019, it may be helpful to use the Health Plan Comparison Chart, giving you a side-by-side comparison of the features for each plan. There are two decisions that you will have to make when selecting a University Health Care Plan…