The CT State Partnership 2.0 Plan has announced that our medical plan provider will change from Oxford/United Healthcare to Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

  • Due to COVID-19, the medical plan transfer that was scheduled for July 1, 2020 has been postponed to October 1, 2020.
  • CVS/Caremark will continue as our prescription plan provider.
  • You will use your Oxford/United Healthcare medical identification card for medical services through September 30, 2020.
  • Due to the medical plan change this year, the Open Enrollment Period for the medical plan and dental plan will be held between August and September 2020. The Open Enrollment effective date will be October 1, 2020.
  • The employee bi-weekly medical and dental deductions will be released at the beginning of the 2020/20201 school year.

Blue Cross website for state plan: Get info and find providers

We will be joining the CT Partnership Plan 2.0 on Sept 1, 2018
Important: Insurance switch for SPP 2.0 to Blue Cross July 1 , 2020

Important News: if you have an under 26 dependent on our plan, you can continue health insurance until Dec 31 of the year they turn 26. Dental care coverage ceases at the end of the month they turn 26. read the memo from TSO

Preferred In-Network Doctors and Preferred Site of Service Lab and Radiology (in some instances copay can be $0)   (please read carefully)   While the copay difference between a Preferred In-network doctor and a Non Preferred In-network doctor is a matter of a $15 copay (versus $0 for Tier 1), the difference between a Preferred Site of Service Lab and Radiology and a Non Preferred Site of Service Lab and Radiology can be significant!  Non Preferred Site of Service Lab and Radiology could end up costing you 20% of the total service charge (versus $0 for Tier 1).  My word of advice? If you are trying to minimize your out-of-pocket cost I recommend you check that your doctor, lab or radiology unit (personal choice) is not only an In-network provider but also a Preferred provider.    

April 2018 Memorandum about switch

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