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2013 Health Benefits Information

Open Enrollment Handouts and Information
Medical Premiums and Plan Comparisons
Medical Insurance Information
Prescription Medication benefits
  • Express Scripts (1-800-711-0917)
    Prescription benefits are built into your Medical Plan election. Prescription benefits are administered by Express Scripts. Below are some links to access Express Scripts' website and services.

Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
A Flexible Spending Account is a tax-advantaged program offered by the City of Merced that allows employees to pay for approved health and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. The City offers two FSA programs:Unremibursed Medical and Dependent Care Assistance Program. The City of Merced's FSA program is administered by Benefit Coordinators Coorporation (BCC). You submit your health and dependent care claims to BCC and, upon approval, BCC will send you a reimbursement check in the amount of your approved claim. You even have an option to sign up for Direct Deposit with BCC and your approved claims will be sent directly to your bank account. View the information below for more information on the City of Merced's Flexible Spending programs.
Dental Benefits
The City of Merced's Dental plan is through CSAC-EIA and administered by Delta Dental. Two plans are being offered for the 2013 calendar year. The Core plan offers benefits up to $1,000 per calendar year, and the Buy-Up plan offers benefits up to $1,500 per calendar year.Below you will find information on the plan and links to Delta Dental resources.
Vision Benefits
The City of Merced has Vision Service Plan (VSP) for vision benefits. Documents can be found below for the Core and Buy-Up options.
Disability Benefits
The City of Merced's group Disability benefit is administered by ING through CSAC-EIA (1-800-955-7736). Disability plans are designed to cover your income in the event you become sick or injured and are unable to work. It covers a percentage of your income up to a maximum benefit amount and begins after a waiting period of 30 or 60 days. The disability plan offered by the City is a blended short-term/long-term plan. You can find a copy of the Disability Income Insurance Summary below.
  • Short Term Disability
    The Short Term Disability plan starts after the waiting period has been satisfied and pays a weekly benefit of 60% to $600/wk. ($2,600/month). As an Employee, you have the opportunity to purchase a benefit up to 66.67% to $1,650/wk ($7,150/month).
  • Long Term Disability
    If you continue to be disabled following the 180 days, you are automatically assigned a Long Term Disability Benefit. This benefit is paid on a monthly basis and covers 60% of your monthly salary to a maximum of $2,500/mo. As an Employee, you have the opportunity to purchase an additional amount up to 66.67% to $7,000/mo.
Life and AD&D Insurance
The City of Merced's group Life & AD&D insurance benefit is administered by ING through CSAC-EIA (1-800-955-7736). The basic life policy provides up to $50,000 of your annual salary. As an employee you can buy up to an additional $100,000 of coverage for yourself, $50,000 of coverage for your spouse, and $10,000 for dependent children. A copy of the Life Insurance Summary is below.
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