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Open Enrollment is May 1 - May 19!

paper clip icon Questions to start considering now. Do I want to...

  • Change medical plan types? If you're not making changes, you do not need to re-enroll.
  • Elect previously declined dependent dental coverage? This is the only time of year you can make this change.
  • Switch my premium deductions from post-tax to pre-tax or vice versa? This is the only time of year you can make this change.
  • Participate in Healthcare flexible spending? Re-enrollment is required even if you previously participated.
  • Participate in Dependent Care flexible spending? Re-enrollment is required even if you previously participated.

If you have answered "no" to all of these questions, there is no action you need to take during open enrollment. Remember, you can add or delete dependents from medical coverage at any point during the year; this action is not limited to open enrollment.

FY18 Medical & Dental - Updated!

thumtack icon For plan year, July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018.

Benefits at a Glance - FY2018 [PDF]

FY18 Medical & Dental Premium Rates are now posted on the Premium Rates page.

FY18 Medical Plan Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) are posted on the Medical page.

FY18 Retiree Medical Premium Rates are now posted on the Retiree Premium page.

FY18 Retiree Medical Summary of Benefits & Coverage (SBC) are posted on the Retiree Medical page.


Enabling Statutes

The Office of Group Insurance is established in Idaho Code Sections 67-5760 through 67-5772.

Specific statutes that may be of interest:

Powers and Duties of Group Insurance - Idaho Code 67-5761

Objectives and Considerations of Group Insurance - Idaho Code 67-5762

 

Light Bulb Icon Learn How Employee assistance programs (eap) work

This brief video gives a general overview about how EAP programs work and the resources you can access. Visit the Counseling page for more information specific to the state of Idaho's EAP benefit.

Medicare Part D - Credible Coverage Notice [PDF]
Attention Medicare eligible persons enrolled in one of the group medical plans offered by the state of Idaho for its employees and dependents. If you are not on Medicare, please disregard this notice.