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2014 Medical Cost Relief Program: The University has established a new, one-year Medical Cost Relief Program for 2014 to help families who may be struggling financially due to rising medical costs. The final application deadline for the program is December 17, 2013.
You may have questions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA,) the new federal health reform law, so we put together some ACA background materials to explain the important points.
As of August 1, 2013, University employees living in Minnesota and the 13 other states where same-sex marriage is legal will be able to extend benefits coverage to same-sex spouses and their dependents under the age of 26, with proof of marriage. Note: employees who have registered their same-sex domestic partners and enrolled them for benefits will continue to have the value of those benefits taxed as income unless they marry.
On October 7, 2013 , Kathy Brown, Vice President, Office of Human Resources, and Dr. Katrice Albert, Vice President, Office for Equity and Diversity, held a conversation with the GLBT community on the University's same-sex marriage and same-sex domestic partners health benefits coverage. The conversation was recorded and is now available to view.
If you have any questions about your benefits, call 612-624-8647 or 1-800-756-2363 and ask for Benefits. You can also send questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get medical care or advice for non-emergency medical concerns from a Consult A Doctor physician. This convenient option is available to UPlan members in any of the Medica plan options. Activate your account by calling a care coordinator at 1-855-993-7633 or visit www.medica.com/consultadoctor and click on Activate Account. Learn about the conditions that can be treated and the ways to connect at Consult A Doctor (pdf).
Participating in the Medication Therapy Management program may help improve your health outcomes and understanding of your medications when you meet with a specially trained pharmacist. Consider enrolling in MTM if you take four or more covered medications for chronic conditions.
Use the Benefits Enrollment self-service action to select your medical, dental, and optional benefit choices.
Read about benefit changes for 2014 and review the medical and dental comparison charts and rates.
Read about new plan options and changes for 2014 and review the medical rates.
Quick answers to benefits-related questions about these common life events:
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