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Fairview is able to participate in our retirement
program.
Retirement Savings Plans
• All employees, upon hire can contribute to a Fidelity retirement account: 403(b) (or 401(k) for BHP only).
• No authorized hours requirements for employee contributions.
• Automatic enrollment at 3% contribution level following 30 days of employment.
Non-contract, Lakes MNA, Northland MNA, ADIT, Lakes Service Workers, AFSCME, Oxboro 113, PEPOM, and Local 113 LPN.
Contact Fidelity to stop/change contribution amount.
• Contributions are pretax, earnings tax deferred.
• Manage deduction percentage, investment elections and beneficiary designations online: Fidelity.com/atwork or by phone; 1-800-343-0860
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Initial eligibility:
• Must be age 21 and have worked 1,000 hours by first anniversary of employment (non-contract and some eligible contract groups).
Contribution eligibility:
Employer base contribution:
Employer match contribution:
• Contributions made up to 6% will be matched at 50% (i.e. 3% maximum match).
Fairview Employer Contributions
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Retirement Savings Plans Vesting Schedule: Must work 1,000 hours per payroll calendar year to earn 1 year of vesting credit.
1 year = 10%
2 years = 20%
3 years = 40%
4 years = 60%
5 years = 80%
6 years = 100%
Employees in Twin Cities MNA, Local 70 Engineers, or Local 113 Twin Cities Service Workers should refer to their union contract for their pension benefits.
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Manage your account
to receive benefits?
eligible.
Enrollment:
You will enroll online at the time of hire and each year during Open Enrollment. Or during the year if you have a mid-year eligible status change.
You have 31 days from date of hire to make your new hire benefit elections.
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Administered by PreferredOne
Twin Cities MNA members have additional plan options. Refer to My Fairview Benefits for other medical plan options.
Plan Options
How many dependents you cover (10 different tiers)
What plan you choose
Your smoking status – your status remain in effect for the entire plan year (even if you have a status change mid-year)
Your authorized hours – noncontract employees only (some exceptions apply)
If your spouse works at Fairview you may be eligible for a lower ‘married rate’.
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Medical Insurance
• $500 individual ($1,000 family) deductible. Deductible is per person up to the family maximum. This is called an embedded deductible.
• Coverage is limited to the PreferredHealth network of providers.
• Out-of-network coverage within these plans is provided only for limited hospital and emergency services.
• Any expenses you pay for out of network services that are not eligible (a covered service) will not go toward your deductible or out of pocket max.
Preferred Health Narrow Network Plan
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Medical Insurance
• $1,500 individual ($3,000 family) deductible. If you cover any dependents, you will have to reach the family deductible before the plan will start paying. This is called a non-embedded deductible.
$250 contribution ($500 family) provided by Fairview into a health savings account (HSA) if you enroll in an HSA.
• Coverage is limited to the PreferredHealth network of providers.
• Out-of-network coverage within these plans is provided only for limited hospital and emergency services
• Any expenses you pay for out of network services that are not eligible (a covered service) will not go toward your deductible or out of pocket max.
PreferredHealth Narrow Network High Deductible Plan
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Medical Insurance
• $2,600 individual ($5,200 family) deductible. Deductible is per person up to the family maximum. This is called an embedded deductible.
An option to contribute to a health savings account (no Fairview contribution).
• Networks
Out of Network – most services are covered at 80% after the deductible, but you will pay any amounts over the allowed amount
• Provides a larger network and broad out-of-network coverage
Open Access High Deductible Plan
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Medical Networks
• ClearScript is our pharmacy benefit manager
• You pay 100% of cost until deductible met (certain exceptions apply), then pay coinsurance.
• You receive a better benefit if you use a Fairview Pharmacy
• We have mail order options available through Fairview Pharmacy
Prescription Drug Coverage
• Option 2 - PreferredHealth Narrow Network High Deductible plan
• Option 3 - Open Access High Deductible plan
• Waive (do nothing)
Account?
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Account and Medical/Dependent
Care spending accounts.
• Set aside money to fund current and future health expenses
• Three tax advantages:
1. pretax contribution
2. tax-free interest
3. tax-free distribution
• Portability—employee owns the account
• You direct account investments
Health Savings Account (HSA)
Eligibility
• You are eligible to contribute to an HSA if you are enrolled in a qualified high deductible health plan ($1,500 and $2,600 deductible plans).
• You are not eligible to contribute if: You are enrolled in any part of Medicare (incl. Part A)
You have medical coverage under another non-high deductible plan (e.g. your spouses insurance)
You are a dependent on another person’s tax return
You or your spouse is enrolled in a full medical spending account
Maximums
• The IRS maximum you can contribute in 2016 is $3,350 for single and $6,750 for family.
• An additional $1,000 catch up is allowed if you are age 55 or older.
Health Savings Account (HSA)
Administered by WageWorks
• Set aside pretax money ($130-$2,550 per year) to pay for medical expenses for you and your eligible dependents.
• Use it or lose it account with ability to roll over up to $500 into next plan year of unused monies.
• IRS requires you to keep itemized receipts for all claims. WageWorks may ask you for substantiation (receipts). If substantiation is not provided, your card may be suspended.
• Employees in an HSA qualified high deductible health plan may enroll in a ‘limited’ use spending account that allows reimbursement for eligible dental and vision expenses (and medical expenses only after you have met your deductible).
Medical Spending Account
Administered by WageWorks
• Set aside pretax money, $130-$5,000 per year per household, to help pay for the care of your dependents under the age of 13.
• Use it or lose it account (by end of plan year).
• Account and claims management is online with WageWorks.
Lower premiums
Calendar year deductible ($25/$75)
Delta PPO Smaller network of providers
Higher premiums
Out of network services covered at 50%
Plan Options
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Orthodontic coverage available under both plans for children under age 19.
Search for providers online at www.deltadentalmn.org
Administered by Delta Dental
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Choose Your Plan Option
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Dependent Verification
Fairview partners with third-party vendor Willis Towers Watson to manage the dependent verification process.
• To cover dependents, you are required to provide documentation to show that the individual(s) you enrolled are eligible for coverage under the Fairview benefits plan.
• List of acceptable documentation available on the My Fairview Benefits website.
• You have 60 days to provide documentation or your dependent(s) coverage will be terminated.
• Documents can be uploaded to the website, mailed or faxed to Willis Towers Watson.
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A volunteer group of employees serve as benefits tutors and
are available to assist you with
language, technology or
Non Contract Employees:
• Basic & Optional Life*: $10,000, $50,000, or an amount equaling 1x to 7x your annual salary
Contract Employees:
• Optional Life*: 1x to 5x your annual salary
All Benefit eligible employees are eligible for:
• Spouse Life*: $10,000-$100,000 in increments of $10,000
• Child Life: $5,000 or $10,000
*Evidence of Insurability (EOI) will be required upon initial election of select coverage amounts and upon desire to increase coverage amount
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Elect Coverage Amounts
Administered by Prudential
Non Contract plans:
• Short-term disability
Coverage options are 50% or buy up to 65% of your weekly earnings
Medical and maternity leave
• Long-term disability
Coverage options are 50% or buy up to 60% of your monthly earnings.
• All STD and LTD plan payments are tax free
Contract employees: Refer to your contract for disability plan specifics
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Coverage options are 50% or 65% of your weekly earnings
• Long-term disability
Coverage options are 50% or 60% of your monthly earnings.
• Default coverage varies based on your authorized hours
Choose Your Plan Option
• Enrollment guide will be mailed
• You may also begin online enrollment prior to receiving your guide in the mail.
• Access is typically available starting Thursday afternoon after first day of employment.
• You have 31 days from date of eligibility to enroll.
• Choose carefully; unless you have a qualified status change you cannot make changes until Open Enrollment.
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• Retirement
• Benefits
• Providers
• Resources
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• Employee Service Center representatives can answer your benefits and payroll questions.
Call 612-672-5050 or 877-903-5050
E-mail [email protected]