Highlight of 2014 Changes
If you were enrolled in the 2013 Consumer-Driven Health Plan with Health Savings Account with HRA plan and took no action during open enrollment, you were automatically enrolled in the Consumer-Driven Health Plan with Health Savings Account for 2014.
Not much is changing with the Consumer-Driven Health Plan with Health Savings Account (HSA) in 2014:
Out of Network Changes
- Out-of-Pocket Maximum - Employee Only- $8,000 and Family - $16,000
(From Employee Only - $15,000 and Family - $30,000 in 2013 - 40% decrease).
- Co-Insurance - the Plan pays 60% after deductible (currently 50% in 2013)
Other Plan Design Changes
- Consumer-Driven Health Plan with HSA Incentive Rates are changing. See Incentive Rates below.
- IRS Maximum contribution increased to $3,300 - Individual; $6,550 - Family. This includes both Employer and Employee contributions. (Increase of $50 - Individual and $100 - Family)
Dallas-Ft. Worth Area Residents - New Cigna Network
- If you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and elected the 2014 Consumer-Driven Health Plan with HSA during Open Enrollment, you will be a member in Cigna’s new LocalPlus Network. See "LocalPlus Network" details on the right.
Remaining the Same for 2014
- In and Out-of-Network Deductible remains the SAME
- In-Network: Employee Only - $1,600; Family - $3,200
- Out-of-Network: Employee Only - $3,200; Family - $6,400
- In-Network co-insurance remains the SAME: Plan pays 80% after deductible
- Your HSA funds WILL ROLL OVER from 2013 to 2014.
- Your contributions will still be TAX-FREE. Your 2013 HSA contribution amount will carry over to 2014 if you did not make a change in Workday during Open Enrollment.
- The Company WILL CONTINUE TO CONTRIBUTE tax-free dollars to your HSA in 2014. You will still receive 50% of your funding in January 2014, and if you contribute equal or greater to the 50% during 2014, the Company will match the additional 50% to your HSA account.
The Consumer-Driven Health Plan (CDHP) with Health Savings Account (HSA) is your health plan for the future. This plan is designed to encourage you to focus on being a smart health care consumer and save money for future or annual medical expenses. The plan uses the Cigna network of medical providers and combines traditional medical coverage with an optional tax-free savings account with JP Morgan Chase, called a Health Savings Account (HSA).
- Choose the doctors you want to see – no referral required to see a specialist.
- You pay 100% of your health care expenses until you meet your annual deductible. This includes physician office visits and prescription drugs.
- After meeting your annual deductible, you share the cost of health care expenses by paying co-insurance (a percentage of the total office visit cost).
- Routine preventive care and qualifying preventive prescriptions are covered at 100%. However, please note there are allowance maximums for preventive mammograms ($200), preventive colonoscopies ($2,250) and all MRIs ($2,300 after deductible is met). See allowance details.
- Qualifying Walmart prescriptions ($4 List) are also covered at 100% once you meet your annual deductible.
- If you are currently covered under Medicare, you are eligible to participate in the Consumer-Driven Health Plan with HSA. However, you are not eligible to own an HSA Account per IRS guidelines.
- HSA Eligibility (Based on IRS Rules): You must be enrolled in a Consumer-Driven Health Plan to have an HSA account; You must have no other health coverage; You must not be enrolled in Medicare; and You cannot be claimed as a dependent on someone else's 2013 tax return.
How the Plan Works
You establish a tax-free health savings account when you enroll in your benefits. The Company contributes to your account (see below) and you may also contribute any amount you wish, up to the current 2014 federal limit. (Single limit is $3,300; Family is $6,550) If you are over age 55, you may contribute an additional annual catch-up contribution of $1,000 in 2014.
It’s YourChoice how and when to use the money – you can either use it to pay for your qualified medical, dental, or vision expenses, or save it for future needs.
Whatever you don’t use in 2014 earns interest and rolls over to 2015.
With the plan, you’ll pay an annual deductible before your health plan begins to pay for eligible expenses.
A deductible is the amount of money that you’ll be required to pay before your plan starts paying benefits.
You can meet your deductible by using your HSA, your own money or both.
Only services covered by your health plan count toward your deductible. (See Summary of Benefits below for more details.)
Once you meet your deductible, you pay co-insurance, which is a percentage of your medical cost. The plan pays for the rest.
What’s more, your deductible counts toward your out-of-pocket maximum (the most you’ll pay in a given year for all covered expenses). Once you meet your out-of-pocket maximum (which includes your deductible), your plan pays covered expenses at 100%.
Health Savings Account (HSA) - Contributions
The Company's contribution to employee Health Savings Accounts in 2014 are as follows:$500 (if you contribute $250 or more) - Employee only
$800 (if you contribute $400 or more) - Employee + Spouse
$800 (if you contribute $400 or more) - Employee + Child(ren)
$1,100 (if you contribute $550 or more) - Employee + Family
See HSA contribution examples below.
Any balance remaining in your HSA rolls over to the next year, and if you leave or retire from The Company, the money in your account goes with you. It is never taxable if it is used for qualified medical expenses at any time in the future.
- Contributions to your HSA are taken out of your paycheck before taxes – so the amount of taxes withheld are reduced.
- You will receive an HSA Debit card which draws money directly from your HSA. Use your debit card to pay for services at the doctor’s office, at your local pharmacy, eyeglass retailer or other locations where you purchase medical-related items or services
The company pays for the basic banking fees, and the employee is responsible for any additional fees. Please see attached fee schedule for details.
JPMorgan Chase administers your HSA account.
ELECTING YOUR HSA
- To receive the company's HSA contribution, you must elect the HSA account during the enrollment process.
- JPMorgan Chase may request additional information from you. If you don't submit the requested information by the deadline indicated, your account may not be opened.
- You must have a physical mailing address in order to receive your HSA debit card. JPMorgan Chase will not mail your HSA debit card to a P.O. Box address.
- If you do not receive your HSA debit card in the mail, please contact JPMorgan Chase at 866-524-2483.
- If JPMorgan Chase has closed your account due to not receiving proper identification, and refers you to reapply online for your Health Savings Account, please go to https://preenroll.healthcare.cigna.com/healthcare/preenroll/app/bank/welcome.do and enter your information using the enrollment ID “MOHAWKHSA.”
*You Can Continue Paying the Lowest Incentive Rate if you Complete the Following Steps that Apply to You:
If you do not complete the required steps above that apply to you, you will pay an additional medical contribution of $125 per month ($28.85 per week) with a maximum of $250 per month beginning February 1, 2015.
Center of Excellence Hospital
If you are admitted to a Cigna Center of Excellence Hospital (Inpatient hospital facility) and treated for one of the services listed in the COE Incentive brochure below, you will receive a $200 check after the claim is processed. Certain services require pre-certification (e.g. inpatient and outpatient surgery, mental health and substance abuse). Contact Cigna Healthcare for more Information.
Health Savings Account Dispute Process
Summary Plan Description (SPD)Consumer-Driven Health Plan with HSA SPD
SUMMARIES OF BENEFITS & COVERAGE (SBC)
Additional Links and Information
Contact the Benefits Service Center or CIGNA
For questions about your benefits including claims, eligibility, or to order an ID card contact
Benefits Service Center | 1-866-481-4922 OR
Cigna | 1-855-566-4295 | www.mycigna.com
1 In Ala., Calif., and N.J., contributions are prior to federal taxes but after state income taxes. Employer contribution, earned interest and investment income are all taxable as gross income for state income tax purposes.
2. For 2014, your annual contribution is limited to $3,300 for individuals/$6,550 for families. Limits for future years will be set by the IRS. If you over age 55, you may contribute an additional annual catch-up contribution of $1,000 in 2014.