This lesson will cover the steps of selecting or waiving health coverage benefits during the Open Enrollment process.
Next you will either select or waive health care coverage.
On this screen there is helpful information you should review when going through Open Enrollment.Step 1
To scroll to the bottom Click the scrollbar.Step 2
The available medical coverage plans are listed.
NOTE: The plans listed here are not the actual plans you will be choosing from when going through Open Enrollment. These plans are for demonstration purposes only.Step 3
To scroll back to the top click the scrollbar.Step 4
Click the Next >> button.Step 5
The grid will display your name and your dependents. On this screen you will need to check the boxes for the coverage you would like for yourself and your dependents.
NOTE: If you want to waive medical, dental, or vision coverage you need to check the box for yourself, but leave the box for your dependents unchecked. If you leave any box for yourself unchecked you will get an error.Step 6
In this lesson we are going to select coverage for both SELF and the dependent for medical and dental. We are going to waive vision coverage.Step 7
Click the SELF MEDICAL option.Step 8
Click the CHILD/STEP CHILD MEDICAL option.Step 9
Click the SELF DENTAL option.Step 10
Click the CHILD/STEP CHILD DENTAL option.Step 11
Click the SELF VISION option.Step 12
Click the Next >> button.Step 13
The medical plans available to you are listed in the grid along with their cost to you per pay period.Step 14
In this lesson we are going to select the second plan.
Click the BCBS PPO Insurance, EE + Child(ren), Biweekly* option.Step 15
As you go through Open Enrollment and make your selections your total deductions per pay period will be displayed. There is a Recalculate button at the top of the page which will update your total.Step 16
Click the Recalculate button.Step 17
Notice how the total has updated.Step 18
After making your selection click the Next > > button.Step 19
In this lesson we selected Dental coverage for both ourselves and our dependent. Since there is only one plan offered for Dental coverage, if you selected coverage for both yourself and your dependent(s) you will not see a screen with the Dental plan, and you will be taken directly to the Vision selection screen.
If we had only selected Dental coverage for ourselves then we would have been taken to a screen where we would have the option to waive Dental coverage.Step 20
Even though we did not see the screen with the Dental coverage in this lesson, the Total Deductions Per Pay Period amount has been updated to include the cost of the Dental coverage.Step 21
If you recall, we selected the Vision check box for ourselves but not for our dependent. This allows us to waive the coverage. Had we selected the check box for both yourself and our dependent we would not be given the opportunity to waive coverage.Step 22
Click the WAIVER - VISION option.Step 23
Click the Next > > button.Step 24
You have completed the Health Coverage Selections lesson.
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