Benefits open enrollment is now open for your 2020 benefit elections. Open enrollment will be available through Friday, November 22, 2019.
Each employee must submit open enrollment responses even if you are declining coverage or keeping the same coverage.
Your Google Form will include information to help you make your 2020 benefits decisions. You can view the form without submitting or edit your response once complete until the open enrollment window is closed.
Still have questions? The Q & A Information Session was videotaped and you can view the presentation by clicking on the 2020 Benefits Open Enrollment Resources button.
Need assistance: Instructions and troubleshooting tips for 2020 Benefits Open Enrollment can be found here.
Click on a button below for detailed information.
Use the resource buttons below to access 2020 Benefits Open Enrollment information.
Find a Provider (NHN, CHI, or the Broad Aetna Network)
Instructions to find a provider on each of the four health plan options.
Video Presentations from the Q & A Session
What's New, What's Updated, & What's Staying the Same for 2020
Open enrollment timeline, agenda, and introduction. Includes a summary of what's new, what's updated, and what's staying the same for 2020 benefits.
Benefits for 2020
2020 health plan overview, HSA information, FSA & dependent care account updates, supplemental benefits, health plan decisions, advantages of different health plans, advantages of an HSA.
2020 IRS HSA Maximum Allowed
2020 IRS Maximum Allowed
Medical FSA: $2,750
Dependent Care Flex Spending Account: $5,000
CHI Narrow Network and the NEW Nebraska Health Network Information
CHI & NHN providers, facilities, and other information on narrow networks, including information regarding dependents living out-of-network.
Aetna Resource Video
How to find out if your provider is in a certain network, Aetna Concierge, Aetna Member Website, Aetna Payment Estimator, Aetna DocFind, Aetna In-Touch, and Teladoc services.