Interested School Corporations
Welcome Indiana school corporations!
Welcome to the state of Indiana’s benefits page for school corporation employees on the state’s health plan and/or interested school corporations. You may also contact the state’s benefits hotline locally at (317) 232-1167 or toll free at (877) 248-0007 with any benefit-related questions you may have.
For interested school corporations, there are a variety of resources available to you. Presentations, rate charts and detailed plan information are all just a click away. If your school is interested in learning more about the state’s health plans, please feel free to contact Jennifer Peschke at (317) 234-7265.
Benefit information for Indiana school corporations
The state of Indiana is pleased to offer the following options to Indiana school corporations. Below are links to assist you with these important decisions. Rate information, descriptive health plan options, prescription drug information and general information provided by the IRS regarding Health Savings Accounts is just a click away!
Plan Rates (2024)
Plan Summaries (2024)
Compare the Plans
- 2024 School Corps Plan Comparison - This document includes information related to office visits, inpatient, ER, urgent care, wellness and prevention and medicine as they relate to each plan.
To learn more about the state’s retail and mail-order prescription drug programs through CVS Caremark and some of the cost- and time-saving features that provide value to our employees, visit www.caremark.com. Note: The ID card that you receive from Anthem includes information about CVS Caremark and your identification number that the pharmacy will use.
General information about health savings accounts (HSAs)
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