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Benefits Plus

Welcome to Benefits Plus!  This is a voluntary benefits program for benefits eligbile employees that includes Auto and Home Owners insurance, Pet insurance, Purchasing Power for big-ticket items and shopping discounts. Please read below for more information. Click the blue box to the right to access Benefits Plus by entering your campus key and password.

For more questions, please review the FAQs or call Benefits Plus Customer Care (855) 515-5800.

Davis Vision, MetLife Critical Illness
& Accident Insurance

Enrollment Grace Period - Now until June 20
Coverage will be effective August 1, 2014 for employees who enroll during the grace period.

Effective July 1 for employees who enrolled by June 13, Jefferson Benefits Plus will offer Davis vision care and MetLife critical illness and accident coverage through voluntary payroll deduction. Please read below for more information on each new plan. Following some recent questions, we have also included a comparison chart between the current vision plan which is an add-on to the IBC medical plan, and the new Davis vision plan, which provides supplemental coverage for you and your family.

Vision plan comparison chart

Davis Vision Care (FAQs)
This new benefit provides important supplemental coverage for you and your family at very affordable rates.  Your current vision coverage is an add-on to the IBC medical plan, and this new voluntary plan provides additional coverage. 
Davis Vision Care Plan Summary
Current IBC Vision plan - HMO
Current IBC Vision plan - PPO/CDHP

MetLife Accident Insurance (FAQs)
An accident can happen to anyone in the family — and with it can come unexpected expenses not covered by medical insurance. Accident insurance is designed to be an economical way for you to supplement your health care plan. It covers your family for a wide variety of accidental injuries including broken bones, concussions and dislocations.
MetLife Accident Insurance Plan Summary

MetLife Critical Illness Insurance (FAQs)
A serious illness, such as cancer, heart attack or stroke may bring unexpected expenses not covered by medical insurance. At the same time, a critical illness may affect your ability to earn an income, which may cause you to dip into your savings. Critical illness insurance provides a financial safety net through a lump-sum payment if you are diagnosed with a covered condition. You can use this money as you need to, allowing you to focus on your recovery instead of your finances.

Employee Payroll Contribution Rate Sheet
MetLife Critical Illness Plan Summary

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