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In response to your overwhelming interest, ERS announces a new vision plan, called State of Texas
Vision that you can enroll in during Summer Enrollment with coverage starting
on September 1, 2016.
Thinking about enrolling in Consumer Directed HealthSelect—the new plan
that includes a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) and health savings account
(HSA)? Make sure you know all the costs and benefits before deciding if it’s
the right plan for you and your family.
Enrollment is the one time of the year you can make changes to your benefits
without experiencing a qualifying life event (QLE). In late June or early July,
you’ll receive your Personal Benefits Enrollment Statement (PBES) that will
show you what benefits you currently have and what you can enroll in for Plan
Learn the signs of heat-related conditions and sun damage, and how to prevent them.
Join HealthSelect of Texas for a clinical webinar on your health care options.
UV radiation, either from the sun or a tanning bed, damages the structure of skin cells. To make matters worse, the thinning of the Earth's protective ozone layer is believed to amplify UV radiation levels. Using sunscreen helps filter out most of these harmful UV rays.
Rule change adoptions, new vision plan, new pharmacy benefits manager, Plan Year 2017 rates
Throughout our state, many thousands of men and women have dedicated
their lives to public service as employees of state agencies and higher
education institutions. And Texas is better for it.
Real Appeal is a new online weight loss program available to eligible HealthSelectSM of Texas participants not enrolled in Medicare Part B – employees, retirees and their covered dependents ages 18 and over – with a body mass index (BMI) of 23 or higher.
Like an interactive video game, HealthSelect of Texas users participate in “missions” and
other challenging activities, tracking their performance over time. Rally helps
users develop habits that lead to better health.
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