Open Enrollment Ends Next Week

Open enrollment ends next week! Make sure to review the insurance changes page and make any desired changes by October 20.

Not sure where to start when deciding on a health plan? ETF has several tools to assist you in making your decision. This video will walk active state employees through the first step: choosing a plan design.

Benefits Mentor is an interactive benefits counselor for active state employees and non-Medicare retirees that can help match you with the best health plan, tailored to your specific medical needs and level of care. 

Supplemental Plans

Consider enrolling in supplemental insurance plans such as dental insurance, vision insurance, or the Accident Plan. Supplemental dental and vision are available to retirees and state employees. Local employees, check with your employer to see if these benefits are available to you or visit the Local Employer Supplemental Options page.      

Optum Financial Annual Enrollment Reminder

State employees and retirees must re-enroll every year in these accounts: Health Savings Account (HSA), Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Limited Purpose FSA, Dependent Day Care Account, Parking Account and Transit Account. If you don’t act by Friday, October 20 your account(s) will not be available for 2024.

See the Pre-Tax Savings Accounts page for more information and a link to Optum’s member portal, or watch our video series.

Get Vaccinated for Free

Did you know you can get your vaccines at any in-network pharmacy, with your pharmacy benefit? How much does it cost? $0, it’s free!

Which vaccines are available? Influenza, Pneumonia, Tetanus, Hepatitis Shingles, Measles, Mumps, HPV, Pertussis, Varicella, Meningitis, and COVID-19 (for non-Medicare members). See Vaccines at the Pharmacy for more information, and how to find in-network pharmacies.