Here’s an overview of the enhancements coming your way in 2024.
LIUNA Bargaining Unit Benefits Information
We’ve heard your feedback about aspects of JHU’s health insurance plan providers and services. From finding doctors who understand your unique needs to getting answers to claims and billing questions, we’re introducing enhancements to help make finding and getting care easier and less stressful.
Here’s a quick overview of what’s new and changing.
- New medical plan options that offer:
- One place to go—a dedicated advocacy service, Quantum Health—for help answering health care questions, big and small
- A new pharmacy benefits manager that oversees prescription drugs—Capital Rx
- One medical ID card with information about medical and pharmacy benefits all in one place
- Combined out-of-pocket maximums (the most you have to pay in a calendar year) for medical, mental health, and prescription drugs
- New commuter benefits to help you save money getting to and from work
- Additionally, the IRS may increase how much you can save in the tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) (we’ll update you when we know more).
Annual enrollment is your once-a-year opportunity to elect your benefits for the coming year (unless you experience a qualifying life event, such as getting married or divorced, having a baby, or your spouse or partner switching jobs).
This year, you must enroll if you’d like to select new medical coverage, participate in tax-advantaged accounts or the child care voucher or scholarship programs, or if you wish to add or remove a dependent.
Benefits enrollment is a great opportunity to dive deeper into all the benefits available to you. “Before you enroll, learn more about the dental plan options, vision coverage, and the additional benefits available for you to select during enrollment. You may also want to explore some of the benefits available to you year-round, even though you’re not required to review them during benefits enrollment.
To make sure you have all the information you need to make your elections, be sure to:
- Listen to a town hall webinar. Listen to a recorded webinar to learn what’s new and help you better understand your benefits.
- Review answers to frequently asked questions.
- Access annual notices. Legal notices are provided to inform you of your rights under federal law. For details, visit the Legal Notices page.
Contact the Benefits Service Center by emailing email@example.com or calling 410-516-2000.