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We encourage you to take the time to review the Benefits Overview Guide to educate yourself about your benefit options and choose the best coverage that's right for you.

Benefit enrollment is done through Oz and can be completed either from home or at work. Log in to view, change or enroll.

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Open Enrollment 2021

You can elect or make changes only one time each year during open enrollment, unless you have a family status change or other qualifying event. This year’s open enrollment period is November 9 – November 25, 2020. Benefit elections made during the annual open enrollment period will be effective on January 1st.

steps of enrollment

Finding a new provider, transitioning care and enrolling in your benefits may seem overwhelming. To get you started, we have developed the following tools to help you navigate your options and support you through this change.

 

Step One: Review New Plans (Oct. 27 - Nov. 9)

 

Step Two: Select a Provider (Nov. 2 - 25)

Finding new health care providers may seem overwhelming. Here is some information to help:

 

Step Three: Enroll (Nov. 9 - 25)

 

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To view your current Benefits Summary, log in to Oz. Click on your Benefits Tile, then select Benefits Summary.

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When you’re hired, or if you switch from working Pool/PRN to a benefits eligible position, you must enroll within 31 days of your event date. Your benefits will take effect on the first day of the month following your date of hire or change in benefit eligibility.

The benefit choices that you make during Open Enrollment and during your new hire window will remain in effect for the entire plan year unless you have a change in family status or a qualifying event. If you experience a qualified change in family status you will have the opportunity to make mid-year changes to your benefit elections.

Examples of a qualified change in family status include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Marriage, divorce, legal separation, or annulment
  • Birth or adoption of a child
  • Change in employment for you or your spouse that affects your benefit eligibility
  • Loss of other health coverage

It is your responsibility to notify National Jewish Health Benefits Department within 31 days after a qualifying event. You will need to provide documentation of the event, such as a marriage license or birth certificate. Benefit changes must be directly related to the qualified change in family status.