FY 2014-15 PLAN HIGHLIGHTS
- There are some changes to co-pay options or deductibles for medical plans.
- To review the plan changes for the four medical plan options, click here.
- Plan Highlights
- Medical Premiums
The State of Colorado continues to offer two choices for dental insurance - Delta Basic and Delta Basic Plus - for dental insurance through Delta Dental. The plans differ in premium cost and how much reimbursement is available. NEW to both plans: Diagnostic & preventive services will not to count towards the annual maximum benefit.
- Delta Dental FY 2014-15 Open Enrollment
- Dental Premiums
- FY 2014-15 Basic Plan One Page Benefit Summary
- FY 2014-15 Basic Plan Plus One Page Benefit Summary
HEALTH CARE ACCOUNTS
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS (FSAs)
Set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for out-of-pocket healthcare or dependent day care expenses. NEW this year: Up to maximum of $500 in healthcare FSAs will carry over to the next plan year (FY 2015-16); FSAs must be chosen every year. Learn more.
HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT (HSAs)
By enrolling in a high deductible health plan (UHC HDHP, KP HDHP) you will be eligible to establish a HSA at a bank or credit union of your choice.
Offered through Minnesota Life. Several of the employee rates have decreased. There are no changes to optional life insurance benefits for the upcoming plan year. Learn more.
LONG-TERM DISABILITY (LTD)
LTD is provided by The Standard Insurance Company. Premiums are determined by salary, age and PERA Defined Benefit vesting status, and are deducted from pay post-tax. Learn more.
You may be eligible for a supplement, which could reduce your premium.
Apply April 22 – May 22
Learn more at www.colorado.gov/dhr/supplement