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State Health Plan update: December paychecks to include health election deductions/Health Benefit Special Pay

Please carefully review your December paychecks, which will be distributed Dec. 14 and Dec. 28, to make sure your health deductions and/or Health Benefit Special Pay (HBSP) have been correctly applied. HBSP should be applied for UNC Medical Center employees who enrolled in the CDHP, 80/20 Plan, or the 70/30 Plan and completed the appropriate credit activities.

New State Health Plan policies limit the amount of time employees have to notice/challenge whether a deduction is correct. If there are legitimate problems with the health plan selections, they must be realized, reported to Employee Benefits with back-up documentation, and submitted to the State Health Plan for appeal before Jan. 27, 2017. 

Additionally, your NCFlex deductions should be applied beginning in January 2017, so please look closely for any NCFlex deduction errors in your January paychecks. We will send reminder messages in Employee News Online in December and January.

If you have questions about the enrollment period or these deductions, please contact Employee Benefits at 984-974-1040 or benefits@unchealth.unc.edu.

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

Click here to view the latest newsletter.

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.

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