Human Resources - Retiree Benefits
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UHC’s new Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) – Prescription Solutions
UHC has changed the City’s Pharmacy Benefit Manager from Medco to Prescription Solutions. Members enrolled in the 70/30/3000 and the 75/25/HRA plans will receive new Medical ID cards during the week of September 20, 2010. On October 1, discard your Medical ID card that lists Medco as the PBM and replace with the new card that lists Prescription Solutions as our new vendor.
Employees and their family members enrolled in a UnitedHealthcare medical plan can obtain Tier 1 Diabetes Therapy Medications without having to meet their deductible first! If you are currently taking a Tier 2 or Tier 3 Diabetes Therapy Medication, and you are interested in discussing lower-cost alternatives with your doctor, we have provided a list that you can share with your physician. If changing your medications is not an option for you, Tier 2 and Tier 3 medications on the PDL would still be covered, they would just be at a higher out of pocket cost to you.
2011 HRA Plan Design
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UnitedHealthcare Specialty Benefits Conversion Request Form
2010 PPO Plans - United Healthcare
70-30 PPO Plan - $3000 Deductible Plan Summary of Benefits
2011 Dental Plans
2011 Vision Plans2011 Life Insurance Plans - UnitedHealthcare Specialty Benefits (see the life insurance section of the 2010 Benefits & Enrollment Guide for a description of this benefit)
Life Insurance certificate (for retirees that retired after October 1, 1974 and before January 1, 2002)
2011 Legislative Notices
2011 Vendor Web Sites and Customer Service Numbers
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