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The State of Ohio provides you with quality, affordable and competitive medical benefits as a part of your total compensation package.
Highlights of the 2012 benefits include:
Preventative services covered in full
· Most services are paid at 80% for in-network services after deductible has been met
· Earn rewards for taking steps to improve and maintain your health through the Take Charge! Live Well! (TCLW) program
· Flexible Spending Accounts for eligible employees
Each state employee who chooses medical coverage will be enrolled in the Ohio Med PPO plan. The plan is managed by two third-party administrators (TPAs): Medical Mutual of Ohio (MMO) and UnitedHealthcare (UHC). The two TPAs are responsible for covering separate regions throughout the state, based on the first 3 digits of your home Ohio ZIP codes.
Benefits Enrollment Instructions:
There are two ways that you can enroll in medical coverage. You can enroll online through self-service or you can obtain paper form from your personnel office. Enrollment in either manner must be completed within 31 days of your date of hire.
Click here for instructions on how to enroll in your benefits today.
|• Allergy Testing and Treatment||• Inpatient and Outpatient Services|
|• Ambulance Service||• Maternity - Delivery|
|• Chiropractic Services||• Maternity - Prenatal Care|
|• Diabetic Supplies||• Mental Health and Substance Abuse|
|• Dietician Services||• Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy|
|• Durable Medical Equipment||• Prescription Medications|
|• Emergency Room||• Preventive Care|
|• Hearing Loss||• Prostheses|
|• Home Health Care||• Radiological Services|
|• Hospice Services||• Skilled Nursing Facility|
|• Immunizations||• Urgent Care|
|• Infertility Testing||• Well Child Care|
More information including premium rates can be found in the 2012-2013 New Employee Guide