Open Enrollment 2018

This year you can make all changes online through BenAdmin. 

Do I need to do anything if I want to contribute to the Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA) in 2018?

Yes. If you want to participate in a FSA in 2018, annual enrollment is required. If you elect to contribute to your HSA account in 2018, annual enrollment is required.

Do I need to do anything if I’m not making a change to my medical, dental and/or vision plans?

No. If you are staying with the same plans and are not adding or deleting dependents to your coverage, you do not need to take action. Your current elections will roll forward to the 2018 calendar year.

How do I make changes if I do not have Lane County computer access?

Contact your supervisor to get an enrollment form.

What are the dates of Open Enrollment?

Open Enrollment begins Tuesday, October 31 and runs through Friday, November 17 at 5:00 pm. 

How do I make plan changes to add dependents?

First, you will need to provide eligibility documents (e.g., birth certificate, marriage license) to HR before you can add any dependents who are not currently enrolled on the plans. Next, go to the BenAdmin link if you have network access.

Are there any changes to the plan?

No, unless you are represented by LCPOA, AFSCME, AFSCME Nurses or non-represented (excludes physicians). For employees represented by LCPOA, AFSCME, AFSCME Nurses and non-represented employees starting in 2018 the professional service co-pay will be $35.

The health plans for Admin Pro, 626, FOPPO, and Prosecuting Attorneys are not changing for 2018.

Are there any premium changes for 2018?

No, unless you are represented by LCPOA, AFSCME, AFSCME Nurses or non-represented (excludes physicians). AFSCME and AFSCME Nurses premium contributions start 7-1-18.  For employees represented by LCPOA, AFSCME, AFSCME Nurses and non-represented employees there will be a premium contribution to the health plan in 2018 as follows*:

CoPay Plan: $50 Employee Only; $70 Family
Prime Plus Plan: $30 Employee Only; $50 Family
High Deductible Health Plan: $20 Employee Only; $20 Family

*LCPOA, AFSCME, AFSCME Nurses and non-represented employees are also eligible for a Live Well Credit of $20/month in 2018.

Premium contributions for Admin Pro, 626, FOPPO, and Prosecuting Attorneys are not changing for 2018.

How do I get the Live Well Credit for 2018?

AFSCME, AFSCME Nurses, or non-represented (excludes physicians) should complete all 3 parts by May 31, 2018 to receive the credit beginning 7-1-18.

If you are contributing to the cost of your health plan you can receive a $20 monthly credit by: 1) completing an online health risk assessment, and 2) completing a biometric screening, and 3) attending a Comprehensive Health Review at the Live Well Center staff all between January 1, 2017 and November 30, 2017.