April HR updates

April 1, 2016 // SAMC

Take steps to keep your body – and pocketbook – healthy
Choose to maintain your lower medical premium by completing your Online Health Assessment and a Meaningful Choice Activity by April 30. If you and your covered spouse/eligible adult each complete these steps, you’ll maintain your reward of a lower premium contribution for your medical coverage.

There are many ways to Live Your Whole Life and it is important to find out what works best for YOU! That’s why our RedBrick Health partner is excited to offer you a vast variety of activities to complete your required Meaningful Choice activity. This program offers enlightening tips to help you live a healthier and happier life by concentrating your time on mind, body, and spirit activities that target your goals with realistic steps to improve. Log in today to mybenefits.trinity-health.org/lywl to complete your assessment and activity by the April 30 deadline. Participation is recognized with maintained reward health insurance premiums and an overall healthier life, so don’t delay – start today!

Voluntary Benefits
From April 12-22 we are excited to bring Farmington on-site to host a My Voluntary Benefits Open Enrollment. Representatives will be available to explain the benefits of coverage with group rates that you otherwise may not be able to get if purchased individually outside of Saint Agnes with the added convenience of automatic payroll deductions. Choosing coverage to meet your individual needs will be the focus and we encourage you to stop by the Cafeteria Annex or the Plaza Red Rover room to see all that is available to you. Options include Accident Insurance, Life Insurance, Critical Illness Insurance, Cancer Insurance, Auto/Homeowner’s Insurance, Pet Insurance, Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance, LifeLock Identity Theft Protection and Hospital Indemnity. Watch your home mail for specifics on plan coverage and representative accessibility during our enrollment.

Being a Smart Healthcare Consumer
An easy way to be a smart healthcare consumer is by double-checking key information so you can better manage your health care dollars when you or a family member needs medical care. Before you or a family member have a procedure or visit the doctor, ask yourself:

-What level of coverage do I have?
-What is my copayment or co-insurance amount?
-Have I already met my annual deductible or out-of-pocket max?

Be sure to compare your Explanation of Benefits (EOB) document from your medical plan and make sure the claim is processed through the medical plan before you pay any bills from the medical provider. If you are unsure or have questions, contact the benefits provider directly or call your Fresno Benefits line at (559) 450-3870.

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