Limited open enrollment ends Friday

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The SEBB Program’s limited open enrollment ends this Friday, July 31. Please remind your employees that their opportunity to make certain changes to their SEBB coverage ends in a few days.

These changes do not require a special open enrollment event. However, dependent verification documents are still required to enroll a dependent.

To add dependents or enroll in medical, employees should use SEBB My Account. To change their Medical FSA or DCAP elections, employees should submit the COVID-19 Limited Open Enrollment Form to their payroll or benefits office. All online enrollments must be completed and forms must be received no later than July 31.

The SEBB Program’s limited open enrollment webpage offers more information.

Remember, this limited open enrollment is not an opportunity to waive your PEBB medical coverage. To waive, you must have a life event that creates a special open enrollment allowing you to make this change (for example, enrolling in another employer-based group health plan).

Please copy and paste the message below to share with your employees by July 30.

Please do not share FUZE or 1-800 number with your employees, as these tools are intended for benefits administrators.

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Don’t miss out: The SEBB limited open enrollment ends Friday.

The SEBB Program’s limited open enrollment ends this Friday, July 31. If you want to make some changes to your SEBB benefits, you must do it this week. Changes are effective on August 1, 2020.

Use SEBB My Account to enroll in medical coverage or add dependents no later than July 31. If you need help with navigation, SecureAccess Washington registration, or document uploads, call 1-855-648-3100 (select option 7) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through July 31.

To enroll or change your Medical FSA or DCAP election, submit the SEBB COVID-19 Medical FSA & DCAP Change Form to your payroll or benefits office no later than July 31.

Remember, this limited open enrollment is not an opportunity to waive your SEBB medical coverage. To waive, you must have a life event that creates a special open enrollment allowing you to make this change (for example, enrolling in another employer-based group health plan).

For details on this opportunity, visit the SEBB Program’s limited open enrollment webpage.