While the majority of Employee Services staff will work remotely to do our part to reduce community spread of the COVID-19 virus, our services will continue without interruption. We're dedicated to providing excellent service to every CU employee and every HCM user. You can still reach us by phone or email. If you have questions or need assistance, reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-860-4200, option 2.
What's changing this Open Enrollment?
Open Enrollment begins at 8 a.m. April 22 and ends at 5 p.m. May 10. Review this year’s changes below, then begin charting your plan.
CU Health Plan - Vision enhancements
The annual amount covered for prescription glasses frames or contact lenses will increase from $130 to $155, and the copay for vision exams will decrease from $30 to $20.
More cavity treatment options for kids
CU’s dental plans Essential, Choice and Premier will add silver diamine fluoride and interim therapeutic restorations as options for cavity treatment. These are typically used for kids, as they keep baby teeth in place longer, reducing the need for extractions.
Out-of-pocket maximums are increasing
Out-of-pocket maximums for CU Health Plans – Extended, Exclusive and Kaiser will increase from $7,350 to $7,900 for individuals and $14,700 to $15,800 for families.
Slight increases to rates
There will be a small rate increase for most medical and dental plans. Full rates will be available on Employee Services’ Open Enrollment website soon.
Register for Open Enrollment workshops, sessions and fairs
Have you considered all of your health care options? Employee Services will hold workshops, sessions and fairs to help you make the best health care decisions for you and your family.
To learn about benefits options and register for workshops, sessions and fairs, visit Employee Services’ Open Enrollment website.