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Major Benefits changes to State Health Plan effective Jan. 1, 2018
At a March meeting of the Board of Trustees for the State Health Plan, several major changes were approved that will affect UNC Medical Center employee’s health benefits. The Benefits office wants to make you aware of what we know at this point, so that you can start to plan accordingly for 2018 medical expenses. Click here to read more.
'Navigating Your State Health Plan Benefits and Medicare' Sessions are Back!
Beginning this month, the State Health Plan will again be offering the “Navigating Your State Health Plan Benefits and Medicare” outreach meetings statewide. These free sessions will explain important information regarding State Health Plan coverage options as they relate to Medicare. These sessions are designed for retirees who will turn 65 within the next two years, active employees who will soon be 65 or who are already 65 or older.
These meetings will run from March through July. Members can register for the onsite events here. In addition, registration is available for seven webinars on the same topic from April through August. Go to the State Health Plan website to register.
Updated Liberty Mutual Long-Term Disability Evidence Of Insurability (EOI) Form
This new form represents a shorter application on a fillable PDF template for easy completion. EOI can also be submitted online now, through MyLibertyConnection.com, which has a faster turnaround time compared to paper submissions.
Information About the New IRS Form 1095-C and 1095-B
In the coming days, you may receive one or two new Federal income tax forms — Form 1095-C and Form 1095-B. Click here to learn more about these new forms.
State Health Plan Member Focus newsletter
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Please note: As UNC Health Care has expanded across North Carolina, the need for a term to refer to the Chapel Hill assets on the overall system website became apparent. The UNC Medical Center logo and references, is a term that will be used to refer to State employees that work in the following UNC Health Care facilities: UNC Hospitals and its clinics; UNC Faculty Physicians’ clinics; and the Hillsborough Campus. Please note that on all Human Resources webpages, forms, and documents you will still see “UNC Health Care” term that is referencing the three above mentioned facilities.