EMPLOYEE BENEFITS INFORMATION/LINKS:
>Flexible Spending Account: www.FlexNEO.com
- FSA BROCHURE
>Medical Mutual of Ohio: www.MedMutual.com
- PREFERRED DRUG LIST - Revised - EFFECTIVE 1/1/14
- HEALTH CARE CHANGES - Emergency Room/Urgent Care/Preventive Care Information - EFFECTIVE 9/1/13
- HEALTH ASSESSMENT INSTRUCTIONS
- EXPLANATION OF BENEFITS GUIDE
- LIST OF URGENT CARE PROVIDERS (1/23/13)
- HEALTH INSURANCE CLAIM FORM
- PRESCRIPTION DRUG CLAIM FORM/COORDINATION OF BENEFITS
- PREVENTIVE CARE BENEFITS - PRESCRIPTION DRUG
- PRILOSEC OTC (or its generic Equivalent OTC) AT NO COST TO YOU...FIND OUT MORE
- SUPER WELL BROCHURES:
- Case Management
- Disease & Maternity Management
- Fitness Discounts
- Health Assessment
- My Health Plan – It’s All About You.
- Quit Smoking (QuitLine)
>VSP Vision: www.VSP.com
- LIST OF PROVIDERS (1/23/13)
- DENTAL: PREFERRED DENTIST PROGRAM 2013
Questions regarding your coverage should be directed to Marianne Paponetti in the Treasurer's Office at extension 3300.
>IMPORTANT Information/Notices for Healthcare under the Obama Law - Please Read!
>INFORMATION REGARDING COVERED ADULT DEPENDENT CHILDREN
As you may know, if you have an adult dependent child covered by the Maple Heights City Schools health and prescription drug plan, such coverage will terminate at the end of the month in which the adult child turns age 26.
Due to Federal Healthcare Reform Legislation, it is important to remember that all individuals in the United States will be required to have health insurance effective January 1, 2014. This is also known as the “individual mandate”. There are very few exceptions to this mandate, and failure to have health insurance beginning January 1, 2014 will result in a tax penalty.
Therefore, if you have an adult dependent child who is approaching the age of 26, please remember the child will no longer be eligible for the Maple Heights City School health plan, AND such adult child will be required by federal law to have health insurance. Options for obtaining health insurance are, the adult child’s own employer or work place, purchasing insurance through the individual insurance market (the “Marketplace”), or through Medicare or Medicaid. COBRA will also be available under the Maple Heights plan for a specified period of time. You can research individual insurance options and the requirements of the individual mandate at www.healthcare.gov.
OPEN ENROLLMENT INFORMATION FOR 2013-14:
>THIS YEAR'S OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD HAS CLOSED
The Open Enrollment period for health benefits and Flexible Spending Accounts will be from September 10 through September 17. Your coverage will begin on October 1, 2013. In addition, this Open Enrollment period is to be used for any changes to current benefit coverage or your Flexible Spending account. Should you have any benefit questions regarding eligibility, forms, health, dental, or vision coverage please contact:
Marianne Paponetti: 216-587-6100, ext. 3300 –firstname.lastname@example.org
Beverly Trzeciak: 216-587-6100, ext. 3102 – email@example.com
***No late applications will be accepted***
EMPLOYEE TAX & PAYROLL FORMS:
>Employee Direct Deposit Form
>Employee Withholding Form W-4
>Employee State Withholding Form IT-4
EMPLOYEE KIOSK LOGIN
Questions regarding your payroll should be directed to Beverly Trzeciak in the Treasurer's Office at extension 3102.