2023 Open Enrollment Overview
Open Enrollment is your once-a-year opportunity to:
Enroll in or change benefits: If you missed a previous enrollment deadline, open enrollment is your opportunity to enroll your spouse and/or eligible children to your healthcare plans. After open enrollment, you can only change your benefits if you have a qualified status change, such as birth or marriage.
Enroll (or re-enroll) in the Health Care FSA and Dependent Care FSA: Your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) contributions expire every year on Dec. 31. If you wish to continue contributing, you must re-enroll during open enrollment.
Review your family, health and income situation and consider if you should switch medical plans or purchase more life insurance , additional long-term care coverage, or the long-term disability buy-up. Or drop any voluntary benefits you no longer need.
What’s New for 2023
There are no changes to your benefit plans for 2023. You have the same plans that cover the same comprehensive range of services as last year.
The PPO Plan premium (including dental) will increase by $5 to $160.96/month.
The CDHP premium (including dental) will remain at $0.
How to Enroll and Make Benefit Changes Online
Find the PeopleSoft enrollment site confusing? This video gives you step-by-step instructions