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The new plan year is right around the corner. Learn about your next steps.
It’s a new plan year. If you’ve changed health plans or made other changes, you will receive new cards. Otherwise, the cards you have now will do just fine.
Enrolled in an HMO? Remember that your drug deductible resets on September 1.
You have until the end of August to spend any balance over $500 in your health care flexible spending account.
Learn more about proposed amendments to ERS rules.
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.
Most evenings, ERS retiree Charlie Keen enjoys some of the most beautiful sunsets in Texas from the deck of his home overlooking Lake Travis.