You made it! Another Open Enrollment is in the rear-view mirror. Here are a few reminders on what will happen next.
All members enrolled in the Base PPO Plan (70/30) and Enhanced PPO Plan (80/20) will be receiving a new ID card in the mail in December regardless of the actions you took during Open Enrollment. If you are enrolled in one of the Humana Medicare Advantage plans and didn’t make a change, you will not receive a new ID card for 2023. As a reminder, January 20223 premiums will be deducted from your December paycheck or pension.
If during Open Enrollment you selected that you were a tobacco user but willing to visit a Primary Care Provider (PCP) for tobacco cessation counseling, you have until November 30, 2022, to complete at least one tobacco cessation counseling, or risk losing your premium credit. The subscriber must present their State Health Plan ID card in order for the visit to be covered at 100 percent by the Plan. Remember that if you receive another service at the same time at the provider’s office, you may be charged.
After you visit a PCP for your tobacco cessation session, the provider will submit a claim on your behalf. To ensure you receive credit for your visit, you should upload your office visit summary to the “Document Center” located in eBenefits, the Plan’s enrollment system. Make sure to request a copy of your visit summary during your counseling session.
Thanks to all of you who participated in Open Enrollment. More than 320,000 subscribers took action!