2017 Benefits Year
The state offers four statewide plans: Wellness Consumer-Driven Health Plan (Wellness CDHP), Consumer-Driven Health Plan 1 (CDHP1), Consumer-Driven Health Plan 2 (CDHP2) and Traditional Preferred Provider Organization (PPO). All four available plans are in the Blue Access PPO network with Anthem and have a prescription drug plan through Express Scripts. Each plan has differences in premium costs, deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums. Please note in order to be eligible for the Wellness CDHP you must have completed the steps to upgrade prior to August 31, 2017. Learn more about the Upgrade 2018 program at www.investinyourhealthindiana.com/upgrade.
2017 Health Plan Information
Participating School Corporation Rates (2017)
- Canaan Community
- Cannelton City Schools
- Charles A. Beard Memorial
- Flat Rock
- Marion Community
- New Community
Consumer Driven Health Plans (CDHP)
The Wellness CDHP, CDHP 1 and 2 are high deductible health plans with health savings accounts. These plans have higher deductibles, but lower premiums than the Traditional PPO.
- Wellness Plan Summary (2-page)
- Wellness CDHP Summary of Benefits and Coverage
- Wellness CDHP Medical Benefit Booklet
CDHP 1 Plan
CDHP 2 Plan
General information about health savings accounts (HSA)
School corporations may elect to offer their employees the opportunity to enroll in a Health Savings Account (HSA). An HSA is an individual savings account in the employee’s name that allows them to set aside money for current and future medical expenses. HSAs, if selected, are available in conjunction only with the consumer driven health plans (often referred to as high deductible health plans).
For more information, view this document provided by the IRS
The Traditional PPO is an co-insurance plan, which means the employee will pay a percentage of allowable claims after the deductible is met and before out-of-pocket maximums are reached.
Traditional PPO Plan
- Traditional PPO Plan Summary (2-page)
- Tradtional PPO Summary of Benefits and Coverage
- Traditional PPO Medical Benefit Booklet
- Compare the plans
- 2017 Express Scripts Plan Certificate – This prescriptions benefit document describes how to get prescription medications, what medications are covered and not covered, and what portion of the prescription costs you will be required to pay.
- Newborns’& Mothers’ Health Protection Act of 1996
- Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998 (WHCRA)
- HIPAA Special Enrollment Rights Notice
- Notice regarding Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
- CMS Creditable Coverage Notice
- USERRA (Military Leave) Notice
- HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices
- Nondiscrimination Notice
- Notice Regarding Wellness Program
Additional Benefits Resources
- Eligibility requirements to enroll in the state of Indiana benefit plans
- Qualifying events
- Cobra overview
- Cobra Qualifying Event
- Early Retiree and COBRA contacts/rates
- Social Security Administration website
If you have questions about your medical plans contact the Benefits Hotline 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST Monday - Friday.
- 317-232-1167 within Indianapolis area
- 1-877-248-0007 toll-free outside Indianapolis