2020 Open Enrollment materials are available now,

Sep 28, 2019 | Robert McGriff | @m039153 | Comments (9)

OE 2020

The 2020 Open Enrollment summary is now available!  Please click on the image above to open the document.

Reminder:  Benefits Open Enrollment is November 1st through the 15th.  This is your opportunity to complete one (or more) of the following items:

  1. Enroll or change your medical plan option options.
  2. Enroll or change your dental and vision plan options.
  3. Add or remove a family member.
  4. Elect to participate in a Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account for 2020.
  5. Pre-Elect to sell PTO in 2020 for 100% of its value.

As always, feel free to comment or ask questions in the box below.

How soon after starting am I eligible to receive healthcare benefits?

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When you are hired into a benefit-eligible position, benefits are effective on your first day. You have 31 days from that date to enroll for coverage. The coverage you select is then effective back to your date of hire.

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There used to be EOB grids to easily examine the differences between plans. Where can I find that document? I am only finding the summary document and the 148+ plan document. Thank you for your help.

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Can you process changes to enrollment from home?

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@tsendek

Can you process changes to enrollment from home?

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You would need to be on a Mayo Clinic computer or a computer that is connected to our network through VPN. Otherwise you could call HR Connect to make changes by phone. 1-888-266-0440
Robert

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@anitalammers

There used to be EOB grids to easily examine the differences between plans. Where can I find that document? I am only finding the summary document and the 148+ plan document. Thank you for your help.

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All three plan options offer 80/20 coverage in-network. The primary difference between the plan options are deductible and out of pocket maximum. Those differences are detailed in the guide linked above.
Robert

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@m039153

All three plan options offer 80/20 coverage in-network. The primary difference between the plan options are deductible and out of pocket maximum. Those differences are detailed in the guide linked above.
Robert

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Thanks Robert. I was hoping to more easily compare a Mayo plan with a non-Mayo plan.

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Is there directions anywhere on how to enroll as a new employee?

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@bellml0206

Is there directions anywhere on how to enroll as a new employee?

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