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benefits wellness guide Wednesday, Oct 23 10:00am - 2:00pm Grewen Auditorium

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Benefits

Speak with insurance company reps Review benefit materials & rates

Wellness

Flu shot (*free with your insurance card) Spinal scans & postural screenings Recreation Center rep Nutrition instructor Health Center rep Wellness sessions available throughout the fair - register online now!

8 v o N to 3 2 t c O t n e m Online Open Enrollick “Open Enrollment Form www.lemoyne.edu/hr cl

For more info, contact HR: (315) 445-4155

open enrollment

What is the purpose of Open Enrollment?

Step 1: Review your current benefit information Login to ECHO and click “Employee Benefit Statement” to view your current benefit elections Step 2: Review your medical plan options Consider the medical and prescription drug needs you and your family may have next year Review your claims history Review the healthcare benefit comparison

To enroll in a medical plan.

Step 3: Consider Flexible Spending Account Will you have out of pocket expenses for health care or prescription drugs? Dependent care? Calculate how much to contribute to your FSA

If no change is made to your medical plan you will default into the following medical plan: PPO-J --> PPO-L HealthyBlue 25-250 --> HealthyBlue 25-500

Step 4: Consider Supplemental Benefits AFLAC Cancer Insurance AFLAC Personal Accident Insurance AFLAC Hospital Protection Insurance Supplemental Life & AD&D

If you are not currently enrolled in one of the medical plans and want to enroll, you must enroll during open enrollment - your three options are:

Step 5: Review Beneficiary Designations TIAA-CREF beneficiaries can be updated at www.tiaa-cref.org Group Life & AD&D beneficiaries change form

PPO-L, HealthyBlue 25-500, SimplyBlue

Step 6: Review your current contribution to TIAA-CREF You may increase or decrease your contribution amt at any time You contribute 3.5%, Le Moyne contributes 9.5% Pre-tax and Roth (after-tax) options available Step 7: Enroll Online Open Enrollment Form

To enroll in a Flexible Spending Account You must enroll during open enrollment if you want a flex account for 2014; there is no default. • Only expenses that are incurred during the 2014 calendar year are eligible for reimbursement • You have a 120 day period following the end of the calendar year to submit for reimbursement of expenses • Healthcare max contribution: $2500 • Dependent care max contribution: $5000

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To elect AFLAC insurance plans. If you would like to enroll or change your coverage you must enroll with our AFLAC representative, Jennifer Dick. Three plans are available:

Cancer, Personal Accident, Hospital Protection plans

To elect & apply for Supplemental Life & AD&D insurance. If you would like to enroll or increase your coverage amt you must elect coverage on the online open enrollment form and complete a personal health application for The Hartford.

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explore health insurance options This year we saw a significant increase in claims experience which resulted in an increase in premiums. Plan changes and the addition of the SimplyBlue (high deductible health plan) with Health Savings Account (HSA) helped to mitigate this increase. For 2014 three health insurance plan will be available: 1. PPO-L 2. HealthyBlue 25-500 3. SimplyBlue (with HSA)

2014 PPO-L plan includes the following plan changes:

1. Increase in co-pays to $30/$30 a.) $30 for PCP & Specialists b.) $10 increase from 2013 structure 2. Out-of-pocket maximum a.) previously there was no innetwork out-of-pocket maximum because they are no deductibles or coinsurance b.) As of 2014 copays must be applied to the out-of-pocket maximum, thus an out-of-pocket maximum was required for all plans

Auto Defaults 2013 PPO-J --> 2014 PPO-L plan. 2013 HealthyBlue 25-250 --> 2014 HealthyBlue 25-500 plan.

2014 HealthyBlue 25-500 plan in-

cludes the following plan changes:

1. Increase in deductible to $500/$1500 a.) $500 for individual and $1500 for family b.) $250/$750 increase from 2013 structure 2. Increase in out-of-pocket maximum to $2000/$6000 a.) $2000 for individual and $6000 for family b.) $1250/$3750 increase from 2013 structure

2014 SimplyBlue plan includes the

following: 1. Preventive health care services covered in full a.) all other services are at your expense 2. Out-of-pocket maximum a.) $5500/$11000 b.) $5500 for individual (single tier level) and $11000 for family (employee/spouse; employee/child(ren)/ family tier levels) 3. Health Savings Account

2014 health rates HealthyBlue 25-500 Tier Level

Employee Cost Monthly

College Contribution

Annual

Monthly

Annual

Total Premium Monthly

Annual

Single

$127.37

$1528.44

$382.12

$4585.44

$509.49

$6113.88

Employee/ Spouse Employee/ Child(ren) Family

$305.68

$3668.16

$917.05

$11004.60

$1222.73

$14672.76

$216.93

$2603.16

$650.78

$7809.36

$867.70

$10412.40

$380.98

$4571.76

$11142.94

$13715.28

$1523.92

$18287.04

BluePPO-L Tier Level

Employee Cost Monthly

College Contribution

Annual

Monthly

Annual

Total Premium Monthly

Annual

Single

$179.34

$2152.08

$382.12

$4585.44

$561.46

$6737.52

Employee/ Spouse Employee/ Child(ren) Family

$430.39

$5164.68

$917.05

$11004.60

$1347.44

$16169.28

$305.44

$3665.28

$650.78

$7809.36

$956.22

$11474.64

$536.41

$6436.92

$11142.94

$13715.28

$1679.35

$20152.20

SimplyBlue (High Deductible Health Plan) Tier Level

Employee Cost Monthly

Single Employee/ Spouse Employee/ Child(ren) Family

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College Contribution

Annual

Monthly

Annual

Total Premium Monthly

Annual

$82.16

$985.92

$178.62

$2143.44

$260.78

$3129.36

$155.17

$1862.04

$470.67

$5648.04

$625.84

$7510.08

$118.83

$1425.96

$325.30

$3903.60

$444.13

$5329.56

$186.00

$2232.00

$594.00

$7128.00

$780.00

$9360.00

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comparison of benefit plans Type of care/plan features

Excellus BluePPO-L

comparison

HealthyBlue Copay & Deductible Op- SimplyBlue High Deductible Health tion Plan (HDHP) Option

Plan Features • Primary Care Physician (PCP)

• Not required

• Not required

• Not required

• Referrals

• Not required

• Not required

• Not required

• Out-of-network benefits

• Covered

• Covered at 60%, subject to deductible

• Out-of-area benefits

• Coverage provided worldwide through BlueCard program

• Coverage provided worldwide through BlueCard program

• Covered, subscriber responsible for 100%, subject to deductible

• Student/Dependent coverage

• Qualified dependents/students to age 26

• Qualified dependents/students to age 26

• Office visit copay (PCP)

• $30 copay

• Adult: $25 copay; Children to age 19: 0$ copay

• No copay; subject to deductible

• Office visit copay (Specialist)

• $30 copay

• $40 copay

• No copay, subject to deductible

• Coinsurance

• In-network: None; Out-of-network: 30%

• In-network: 20%; Out-of-network: 40%

• In-network: 0%; Out-of-network: 0%

• Deductible

• In-network: none; Out-of-network: $1000

• Out-of-pocket maximum

• Combined In and Out-of-network; $4200 Individual/$12600 Family

• Combined In and Out-of-network; $500 Individual/$1500 Family

• Combined In and Out-of-network; $5500 Individual/$11000 Family

• Combined In and Out-of-network; $2000 Individual/$6000 Family

• Combined In and Out-of-network; $5500 Individual/$11000 Family

• Coverage provided worldwide through BlueCard program • Qualified dependents/students to age 26

Plan Cost-sharing highlights

Wellness Incentive • Stay healthy with great programs & incentives!

Blue 365 - Take advantage of exclusive discounts on health and wellness products and services, including fitness, exercise, nutrition, elective procedures and hearing aids

HealthyRewards - Earn up to $500 individually, or a combined $1000 cash back for you and your spouse just for doing healthy stuff that fits into your day. Then get paid anytime throughout the year.

Blue 365 - Take advantage of exclusive discounts on health and wellness products and services, including fitness, exercise, nutrition, elective procedures and hearing aids

Preventive Health Care Services • Well child visits

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Adult routine physical exams

• Covered in full, 1 exam/yr

• Covered in full, 1 exam/yr

• Covered in full, 1 exam/yr

• Adult immunizations

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Mammography

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Pap smear

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Routine GYN exam

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Prostate cancer screening

• $30 copay

• Covered in full

• $30 copay

• Routine vision

• Not covered

• $40 copay, 1 routine exam/yr

• Subject to the deducible, 1 routine exam/yr

• Colonoscopy

• Preventive covered in full

• Preventive covered in full

• Preventive covered in full

• Diagnostic office visits

• $30 copay

• Subject to deductible

• Diagnostic x-rays

• $30 copay, precert for MRI, PET, CAT scans

• Adult: $25 copay (PCP); $40 copay (specialist); Child: $0 coapy (PCP); $40 copay (specialist)

• Diagnostic laboratory & pathology

• Covered in full

Physician Office Services

• $40 copay

• Subject to deductible • Subject to deductible

• Covered in full

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comparison of benefit plans cont. Type of care/plan features

Excellus BluePPO-L

comparison

HealthyBlue Copay & Deductible Op- SimplyBlue High Deductible Health tion Plan (HDHP) Option

Physician Office Services cont. • Adult: $25 copay (PCP); $40 copay (specialist); Child: $0 coapy (PCP); $40 copay (specialist)

• Subject to deductible

• Covered in full

• Adult: $25 copay (PCP); $40 copay (specialist); Child: $0 coapy (PCP); $40 copay (specialist)

• Subject to deductible

• Covered in full

• $25 copay

• Allergy Tests

• $30 copay

• Allergy injections

• Covered in full

• Chemotherapy • Radiation therapy

• Subject to deductible • Subject to deductible

• $40 copay

Maternity Services • Prenatal Care

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Subject to deductible

• Hospital care for mom (including delivery)

• Covered in full (facility or physician)

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Newborn nursery care

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Subject to deductible

• $10/$30/$50

• $5/$35/$70; Child to age 19: $0 copay for generics

• Subject to deductible

• Hospital benefits

• Covered in full (unlimited days), precert applies

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Physician visits in the hospital

• Covered in full

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Inpatient physical rehabilitation

• Covered in full (up to 60 days/yr) precert applies

• Covered at 80% (up to 60 days/yr) , subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible (up to 60 days/yr)

• Surgery

• Covered in full

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Anesthesia

• Covered in full

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Emergency room care

• $50 copay unless admitted within 24hrs

• $250 copay unless admitted within 24hrs

• Subject to deductible

• Freestanding urgent care center

• $30 copay

• $40 copay

• Subject to deductible

• Ambulance

• $30 copay

• $250 copay

• Subject to deductible

• Diagnostic x-rays

• $40 copay, precert for MRI, PET, CAT scans

• $40 copay

• Subject to deductible

• Diagnostic laboratory & pathology

• Covered in full

• Covered in full

• Subject to deductible

• Surgical care

• $30 copay

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Chemotherapy

• Covered in full

• $25 copay

• Subject to deductible

• Radiation therapy

• Covered in full

• $40 copay

• Subject to deductible

Prescription Drug • Short term and maintenance drugs

Inpatient Hospital Benefits

Emergency Care

Outpatient Hospital Benefits

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Excellus BluePPO-L

comparison

HealthyBlue Copay & Deductible Op- SimplyBlue High Deductible Health tion Plan (HDHP) Option

Mental Health & Chemical Dependence • Inpatient mental health care

• Covered in full (unlimited days), precert applies

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Outpatient mental health care

• $30 copay

• $40 copay

• Subject to deductible

• Inpatient chemical dependence

• Covered in full (unlimited days), precert applies

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Outpatient chemical dependence

• $30 copay

• $40 copay

• Subject to deductible

• Diabetic insulin & supplies

• $30 copay (up to 30 day supply)

• $25 copay (up to 30 day supply)

• Subject to deductible

• Skilled nursing facility

• Covered in full (up to 120 days/yr), precert applies

• Covered at 80% (up to 45 days/yr), subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible (up to 45 days/yr)

• Home care

• Covered in full (unlimited visits), precert applies

• Covered in full (up to 40 visits/yr)

• Subject to deductible (up to 40 visits/yr)

• Hospice

• Covered in full (unlimited days)

• Covered in full (unlimited days)

• Subject to deductible (unlimited visits/yr)

• Outpatient therapy

• $30 copay (up to 45 visits/yr - combined total for physical, speech, occupational, and respiratory therapy)

• $40 copay (up to 45 visits/yr - combined total for physical, speech, occupational, and respiratory therapy)

• Subject to deductible (up to 45 visits/yr - combined total for physical, speech, occupational, and respiratory therapy)

• Covered at 80%, precert applies

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• External prosthetics

• Covered at 80%

• Covered at 80%, subject to deductible

• Subject to deductible

• Chiropractic

• $30 copay

• $40 copay

• Acupuncture

• Not covered

• $40 copay (up to 10 visits/yr)

• Dental

• $30 copay (for accidental injury to sound, natural teeth and for care due to congenital disease or anomaly)

• $40 copay (for accidental injury to sound, natural teeth and for care due to congenital disease or anomaly)

• Subject to deductible (for accidental injury to sound, natural teeth and for care due to congenital disease or anomaly)

• Routine exams not covered

• $40 copay, 1 routine exam/yr

• Subject to deductible, 1 routine exam/yr

Other Services

• Durable medical equipment

• Hearing

• Subject to deductible • Subject to deductible (up to 10 visits/yr)

ID cards

All employees will receive new ID cards prior to January 1, 2014.

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Please remember Le Moyne College expressly reserves the unqualified right to amend or terminate any of the health insurances plans at any time and for any reason, including, but not limited to the right to change any benefit provisions and required premium contributions, deductibles and co-payments. Le Moyne College also reserves this same unqualified right to amend or terminate any of its benefit plans offerings at any time.



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simplyblue hdhp & hsa The SimplyBlue High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) with HSA is a new plan option for 2014 • SimplyBlue offers the lowest monthly premiums • Covers preventive services in full • All other services are at expense of the subscriber - you will be responsible for the full payment of service at the Excellus BCBS authorized amount

Health Savings Account (HSA) FAQs Who owns the HSA? The member owns the HSA as soon as funds are contributed Are members only allowed to withdraw from their HSA for eligible medical expenses? Funds may be used for any reason, however only eligible medical expenses are tax-free. Non-qualifed expenses are subject to income tax. If a member uses funds for non-qualified expenses before age 65, they will have to pay an additional penalty tax - 20% of funds used.

Your HSA If you contribute at least $5 per pay to your HSA, Le Moyne will contribute a starting balance of $300 plus an additional $15 per pay

What happens when a member is enrolled in the HSA compatible plan and then changes coverage - whether it’s a different plan or they become eligible for Medicare? HSA funds will remain in the account and can be used for eligible expenses. However, the account will no longer be permitted to receive contributions. What forms will members need for tax season? Members will receive Form 5498-SA that states all contributions for the previous calendar year - including employer and other contributions to the HSA. In addition, each member will receive a 1099-SA that shows the distribution from the HSA account. Were qualified medical expenses impacted by health care reform? Yes. Beginning January 1, 2011 you need a physician’s prescription for over-the-counter drugs in order to use funds from your HSA account

Your HSA Contribution limit: $3300 (Individual) $6500 (Family) Catch-up amount: +$1000 for employees age 55 or older *this limit includes employer & employee contributions Total Le Moyne contribution for 2014: $15 (*24 pays) = $360 + $300

Health Savings Account (HSA) FAQs cont. Can I use HSA funds for adult children covered on my health plan? Yes, but only up to age 19 or 24 (for a full-time student). While adult children can be covered on your health plan up to age 26, the IRS definition of a “dependent” still applies to use of the HSA funds. If you can’t claim a child as a dependent on your tax return, then HSA funds can’t be used on services provided to that child. According to the IRS definition, a dependent is a qualifying child who: • Has the same principal place of abode as the covered employee for more than 1/2 of the taxable year • Has not provided more than 1/2 of his/her own support during the taxable year • Is not yet 19 (or, if a student, not yet 24) at the end of the tax year or is permanently and totally disabled.

HDHP & HSA

= $660

You can adjust your contribution up to once a month, but you will only receive the Le Moyne contribution if you contribute at least $5 per pay.

hdhp & hsa

What is covered under preventive care? Preventive care includes routine physicals, routine GYN exams, mammograms, pap smears, well-child visits, immunizations (including flu shots) and prostate exams. Because these services are covered outside of the deductible, you do not need to meet your deductible before services are covered What do I do when I go to the doctor’s office? Show them your member ID card and let them know you are using a Health Savings Account (HSA). The physician will bill Excellus BCBS and once the claim is processed an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) will be sent to you and your physician. This will show the expenses that contributed towards the deductible and what expenses you still owe. Once the physician receives the EOB they will bill you for the balance. What do I do when I need a prescription? The pharmacy system processes in real-time so the pharmacist will be able to tell you exactly what you owe at the time of service What happens once I meet the out-of-pocket maximum? Once you meet the out-of-pocket maximum, which includes medical services and pharmacy expenses, services will be covered in full (for any covered benefit) up to the allowable amount.

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open enrollment q&a Q: What expenses are eligible under the Dependent care Flexible Spending Account?

Q: What AFLAC polices are available? A: Three policies are available:

A: *This is not a comprehensive list and is subject to change. A complete list is available at www. ebsrmsco.com Q: If I don’t have medical insurance currently and choose not to enroll during open enrollment can I elect to enroll at a later date? A: No. Open enrollment is the only time you can elect or change your medical coverage. Except in the case of a qualifying event (i.e. birth/adoption, marriage/divorce, etc.), in which you would have 30 days within the event to make a change. Q: If I am planning to retire in the 2014 calendar year do I have to be enrolled in one of Le Moyne’s active medical plans to be able to enroll in the retiree medical plan? A: Yes. You must also meet the required age and points provisions of the retirement plan. Q: Will I receive a new ID card, even if I don’t change my insurance plan? A: Yes. All employees enrolled in a health insurance plan will receive new ID cards prior to January 1, 2014.

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Q: When can I enroll in the Dental plan? A: After 6 months of active fulltime employment or any 1st of the month thereafter. If you waive coverage when you are initially eligible (6 months after employment) and chose to enroll at a later date, waiting penalties will apply for certain services.

Q: If I enroll in a flexible spending account and my expenses are less than the amount in my account, what happens to the extra money in my account? A: You have from January 1 to December 31 to incur expenses that you can submit for reimbursement. Any money left in the account is forfeited.

Q: Are there any changes to the dental plan or premiums for 2014?

Q: What expenses are eligible under the Healthcare Flexible Spending Account?

A: No. There are no changes to the dental plan for 2014 and premiums will remain at:

A: *This is not a comprehensive list and is subject to change. A complete list is available at www. ebsrmsco.com

$3/month - Individual $64/month - Family

Right to Amend Q: Can Le Moyne College amend or modify any of the benefit plans or programs that are offered/sponsored by the College? A: Yes. Le Moyne College expressly reserves the unqualified right to amend, modify, or terminate any of the benefit plans offered by the College at any time and for any reason.

-Copays -coinsurances -medical expenses not covered by your medical or dental insurance -laboratory fees -surgery -prescription eye wear (contact lenses, eyeglasses) -taxes on medical services and products -tuition evidencing separate breakdown for medical expenses

-registration fees to a daycare -before and after school care for children under age 13 -education expenses for a child not yet in kindergarten -day camp (not overnight) expenses if the camp qualifies as a day care center -FICA and FUTA payroll taxes of the daycare provider

Your Benefits Supplemental Life & AD&D insurance is listed on your paystub as “VLIF” - this will tell you how much your semi-monthly cost is. To verify your coverage amount and beneficiaries, please contact lemoynehr@lemoyne. edu



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q&a

1. Accident Coverage -with Health Screening benefit -without Health Screening benefit

Q: If I have supplemental life & AD&D coverage do I have to do anything to continue my coverage for 2014? A: No. Your supplemental life & AD&D coverage will automatically continue at your current semimonthly rate, unless you (or your spouse) reach the next age band - in which case your semi-monthly rate will automatically increase.* *You should have received an email from lemoynehr@lemoyne. edu to notify you if your cost is increasing.

2. Cancer Coverage -Select -Classic -Premier -plus optional specified health event rider 3. Hospital Protection Coverage (NEW for 2014!) -Plan 1 -Plan 2 Q: If I already have a Cancer and/or Accident plan will my plan change for 2014? A: No. You should log in to your account at www.aflac.com to review your policy, as the 2014 policies have changed. You can opt to make no changes and keep your current policy or meet with AFLAC rep, Jennifer Dick-Ayers, and change your policy.

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insurance carrier contacts Excellus BCBS PO Box 22999 Rochester, NY 14692

did you know... that you can receive up to $500 cash back through HealthyBlue health insurance plan! Sign up for HealthyRewards and get started! Enrolled in PPO-L or SimplyBlue? Try StepUp, a free web-based program designed to improve your health through physical activity and healthy eating!

PPO-J Plan Customer Service #: 1-800-462-6615 Group #: 00015183-0002 COBRA Group #: 00015183-C002 Wellness Resources for Excellus BCBS subscribers: • • • • •

Quit for Life - Smoking Cessation Info on 6000+ health topics Recipe catalog Decision Support Tools Blue365 - Weekly deals/discounts on health products and services

• Recreation Center ŘŘ Weight room ŘŘ Pool ŘŘ Racquetball courts ŘŘ Basketball courts ŘŘ Indoor track ŘŘ FREE Fitness Classes • StepUp - a free web-based program designed to improve your health through physical activity and healthy eating

www.lemoyne.edu/hr click “Wellness”

Body Sculpt. A muscle conditioning class using light Cycle & Strength. The class starts with cardio on the bikes, then finishes with strength training, using equipto moderate weights at high reps. This class is designed to sculpt your body in a fun and fast way. ment for upper/lower body/mats for core. Spinning. With no complicated moves to learn, a moBoot Camp. A high energy calorie blasting workout tivating group environment, top-notch instructors and combining stability and cardiovascular conditioning. music that keeps your legs peddling, you’ll have a blast First, you will focus on core and full body condition- when you ride to a stronger you. Zumba. A fusion of Latin and international music creing. Second, we’ll bring equipment, light weights, and a creative twist to working out in a group. ates an effective low impact workout. A variety of fast and slow rhythms help tone and sculpt the body, while Cardio Kickboxing. A high energy cardio class with you learn easy to follow dance steps. kickboxing combos. Learn basic punches mixed intermittently with a variety of movements that target *Morning, noon, and evening classes are offered cardiovascular endurance and increase agility and to fit everyone’s schedule! coordination.

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HealthyBlue - PPO Plan Customer Service #: 1-800-499-1275 Group #: 00015183-0001 COBRA Group #: 00015183-C001

Wellness Resources for all Le Moyne employees:

  live well & contacts

Customer Service #: 1-800-327-7130 Phone #: 315-671-9893 Fax: 315-671-9869 Website: www.ebsrmsco.com AFLAC - Cancer, Accident & Hospital Insurance 1020 7th North Street, Suite 200 Liverpool, NY 13088

other resources

Contact: Jennifer Dick-Ayers Phone: 315-373-0082 Fax: 315-373-0965

website: http://www.aflac.com Prime Mail, Inc. Customer Service #: 1-866-260-0487 Website: http://www.excellusbcbs.com/lemoyne Summit Federal Credit Union One Member Place Delta Dental 1400 Erie Blvd. East One Dental Drive P.O. Box 6209 Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 Syracuse , NY 13217 Group #1592 Customer Service #: 1-800-932-0783 Website: http://www.deltadentalins.com TIAA-CREF 730 Third Avenue New York , NY 10017-3206 Main Number: 1-800-842-2733 Participant Information: 1-800-842-2776 Automated Telephone Service: 1-800-842-2252 Rochester Office: 1-877-209-3144 Syracuse Office Contact: Darryl Fiasconaro 250 S. Clinton Street, Suite 310 Syracuse, NY 13202 (315) 477-9000 website: http://www.tiaa-cref.org EBS-RMSCO (Flexible Spending Accounts) 115 Continuum Drive Liverpool , NY 13088 Mail Claims/payments to: P.O. Box 4982 Syracuse, NY 13221 

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Phone Number: (315) 443-2603 Website: www.summitfcu.org MetLife Auto & Home 5900 North Burdick Street East Syracuse, NY 13057 Contact: Tom Swanson Phone Number: (315) 656-2982 Website: www.metlife.com

HR webpage -benefit info -wellness info -announcements -online forms -insurance contact info -and more! Rec Center -sign-up for fitness classes -view rec center & pool hours FSA Calculator -estimate your health care and/ or dependent care expenses

The Hartford General Customer Service: 1-800-523-2233 Long-term disability claims: 1-800-538-0134 Fax: 1-888-839-6327 Hartford Life Insurance – BMS P.O. Box 14303 Lexington, KY 40512-4303 Life Claims: 1-888-563-1124 Fax: 1-860-843-8567 Hartford Life Insurance – Group Life Claims P.O. Box 2999 Hartford, CT 06104-2999

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open enrollment events Events & Meetings

Date

National Save for Retirement Week • Review your TIAA-CREF contributions • Enroll in TIAA-CREF retirement plan

Oct 20-26

• Contribute 3.5% and Le Moyne will contribute 9.5% to your retirement account

Benefits & Wellness Fair • 10:00am - 2:00pm in Grewen Auditorium • Health sessions throughout the Fair 10:00am - Injury Prevention & Stretching workshop (Foery) 11:00am - Holistic Wellness (Foery)

Oct 23

12:00pm - Spiritual Wellness the Ignatian Way (Drescher) • 1:00pm Using the online open enrollment form info session (Foery)

Open Enrollment period • Online open enrollment form must be submitted by 11:59pm, Friday, Nov 8th

Oct 23 - Nov 8

AFLAC group meetings • 10:00-10:30am in Gordon Conf Rm GH209H (previously the MBA Conf Rm)

Oct 28

• 2:00-2:30pm in Gordon Conf Rm GH209H (previously the MBA Conf Rm)

Health Insurance group meeting • 1:00-2:00pm in Reilley Room

Oct 30

• 2:30-3:30pm in Reilley Room

Health Insurance One-on-One meetings • 8:30am-4:30pm in Grewen 102A • 30 minute time slots

Nov 1

• Contact HR to schedule an appt: lemoynehr@lemoyne.edu

AFLAC One-on-One meetings • 10:00am-6:00pm in Gordon Conf Rm GH209H (previously the MBA Conf Rm) • 30 minute time slots • Contact HR to schedule an appt: lemoynehr@lemoyne.edu

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Nov 5


Benefits & Wellness Guide 2014