Medical Plan Options
There is more to a medical plan than your per paycheck deductions.
Consider which services are covered before you meet your deductible, how you pay for care with each plan, the most you will pay in a year for your health services (maximum out-of-pocket) and your eligibility for a tax-free health savings account.
Copay – a flat fee you pay whenever you use certain medical services, like a doctor visit.
Deductible – the amount you pay in a calendar year (January - December) before your medical insurance begins paying deductible-eligible claims.
Coinsurance – the percentage of covered medical expenses you continue to pay after you’ve met your deductible and before you reach your out of pocket maximum for the benefit year.
Out of pocket maximum – the most you will pay during the calendar year for covered expenses. This includes copays, deductibles, coinsurance, and prescription drugs.
Balance billing – the amount you are billed by out-of network providers to make up the difference between the amount they charge and what insurance reimburses. This amount is in addition to, and does not count toward your out of pocket maximum.
Benefit year - September through August each year.
Click the corresponding header for details about each plan.
BlueOption 3359$500 Deductible
BlueOption 3559$750 Deductible
BlueOption 5771$1500 Deductible
Pharmacy coverage is now through Express Scripts;
our plan has one ID card for both medical and pharmacy care.
New Medical and Pharmacy ID cards have been mailed.
Visit the Florida Blue
website to learn about:
finding an in-network provider,
see how much of your deductible has been met,
order replacement insurance cards,
view claim activity,
and much more.