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At the start of a new plan year, it's helpful to remember: You’ll pay less for the health care services you receive if you stay in your plan’s provider network.
What's one thing on most of our fall calendars? Getting a flu shot. If you are enrolled in a health plan through the Texas Employees Group Benefits Program (GBP), you can get a flu shot at no cost to you.
You're ready to protect yourself from the flu. Where should you go to get your shot? Which card do you use? Your questions are answered here.
Many of us understand that it's important to follow safety guidelines when we throw out old prescriptions. What's also key to drug safety? Taking prescription and over-the-counter medicines as directed.
National Retirement Security Week takes place from October 21 through October 27, 2018. Take stock of your retirement readiness—and learn more about the team that keeps the Texa$averSM 401(k) / 457 Program running.
Elsa Morfin Ibarra had her eyes on the future when she decided to take a job with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) in Pharr, Texas.
Maria Zepeda has worked at the Smith Unit, a maximum-security prison for male offenders in Lamesa, Texas for more than 16 years. She says her most challenging and rewarding job is to remind employees to look “at the overall picture,” when assessing the advantages of working for the state.
Ask Cassandra Johnson what “HMO” means and she may likely tell you the letters stand for the “hassle-free medical option.
Vanessa Alba has had many victories since she had a stroke five years ago. Her fierce determination, along with a health care plan that offer great support, have led to restored health and independence.
At the early stages of breast cancer, sometimes the tumors are so small, they cannot be felt—no matter how thorough the self-examination. That’s what Jennifer Gaskill found. Her annual mammogram proved to be a lifesaver.