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Indiana State Personnel Department

Invest In Your Health - visit the employee wellness website

Upgrade your health plan this fall

The State of Indiana is offering an upgrade to your health plan this fall. To qualify for the Wellness CDHP plan, employees currently enrolled in state medical benefits qualify for the Wellness CDHP plan by completing three easy steps before Aug. 31, 2014. These steps help you to take control of your health and improve your overall well-being. By upgrading your health, you have the opportunity to upgrade your plan.

  1. Step One is completing the Well-Being Assessment at MyHealthyLifestyles.com. This confidential assessment identifies health risks and creates an action plan.
  2. Step Two is scheduling a confidential biometric screening with your primary care physician or attending a free screening event in May, June and July.
  3. Step Three is logging at least 200,000 steps in the Healthy Lifestyles Steps Challenge in July or earning 2,500 points (in addition to WBA points) in MyHealthyLifestyles.com between June 1 and  Aug. 31.
Learn more about Upgrade
Also see:

2014 Benefits

Plan Rates and Summaries

Other Resources

Additional Benefits Resources

Benefit Policies/Guidelines

Offboarding - Leaving State Employment?

Employees who are thinking of resigning or retiring from a position with the state of Indiana, or who have been informed of a dismissal, can find on this page general information and links to resources about benefits, obligations and programs related to leaving state government. Note that the individual application and impact of each program or benefit is dependent upon each employee's specific, factual situation. (Visit the SPD Offboarding website)

State Disability Program

The purpose is to provide income replacement and insurance premium continuation for state employees who are unable to work due to illness or non-occupational injury. The program includes both Short-Term Disability (STD) benefits and Long-Term Disability (LTD) benefits. The Disability Program is provided to employees as a bridge to sustain employees financially either to a full recovery, partial recovery or permanent disability through Social Security.

State Worker’s Compensation Program

The state provides a Worker's Compensation Program for all employees, as required by Indiana Code 22-3-1-1 through 22-3-12-5. The purpose of the Worker's Compensation Program is to provide the statutory benefits afforded an employee that is injured in the course and scope of his or her employment. The state takes seriously the responsibility of providing high quality medical care with the goal of a full recovery and return to work.