This section outlines employee health/medical information for benefit-eligible employees.
Full-Time Eligibility: 6 – 8 hours per day or 30+ hours per week
Part-Time Eligibility: 4 – 5.9 hours per day or 20 – 29.9 hours per week
Benefit eligible employees may elect health/medical coverage through UnitedHealthcare. Employees may choose between the High Deductible or Value Plan outlined below. To understand the difference between each plan, click on the links below.
Value Health Plan
High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP)
Health Plan Vision Coverage
Vision Rider – Addendum to the Medical Benefit Summary
Health Savings Account (HSA)
Eligible employees who elect the HDHP Health Plan can also elect to open a health savings account. This allows employees to pay for qualified medical, dental, and vision expenses tax-free.
Here’s how it works:
- Plan — Pays for covered expenses once you meet the deductible.
- HSA — May be used to save and pay for qualifying medical, dental, and prescription expenses.
Why choose to set up an HSA?
- HSA funds roll over from year to year. If the money in the HSA isn’t spent, it adds up and stays in the account
- HSA contributions are done on a pre-tax basis
- Save for retirement, HSA contributions can help offset medical expenses that you incur during retirement.
- Manage health care expenses. If you have a high-deductible health plan, an HSA may help you save and pay for health care.
Here’s how you can start an HSA and manage it to get the most out of your account.
- Open your HSA account through a bank of your choice.
- Complete the HSA contribution form and return to payroll
- Make deposits every pay period
- Use your HSA to pay for things like deductibles, eyeglasses, and medicine
Health Savings Account (HSA) Forms
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Provider: 121 Benefits
To learn more about 121 Benefits FSA Accounts watch this video.
Flexible Spending Account Forms
Questions about FSA’s? Visit the Employee Insurance and Benefits Enrollment Information page to learn more.