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State Employees’ HMO Plan

State Employees'. HMO Plan Group Health Insurance Plan Booklet and Benefits Document Effective January 1, 2019. State of Florida My Health Department of Management Services Division of State Group Insurance My Decisions Box 5450. Tallahassee, FL 32314-5450. I. INTRODUCTION .. 2. II. DEFINITIONS .. 6. III. ELIGIBILITY, ENROLLMENT AND EFFECTIVE DATE .. 13. IV. SCHEDULE OF 26. V. MEDICAL BENEFITS .. 38. VI. LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS .. 58. VII. SPECIAL HMO PLAN FEATURES .. 63. VIII. PRESCRIPTION DRUG PROGRAM .. 68. IX. HOW TO FILE A CLAIM .. 78. X. COORDINATION OF 80. XI. SUBROGATION AND RIGHT OF RECOVERY, RECOUP, AND SUE FOR LOSSES .. 88. XII. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY .. 90. XIII. APPEALS AND GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE .. 91. XIV. BUNDLED SERVICES AND PRICING TRANSPARENCY 97.

I.INTRODUCTION. The descriptions contained in this document are intended to provide a summary explanation of your benefits. Easy-to-read language has been used as much as possible to help you understand the terms of the Plan.

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1 State Employees'. HMO Plan Group Health Insurance Plan Booklet and Benefits Document Effective January 1, 2019. State of Florida My Health Department of Management Services Division of State Group Insurance My Decisions Box 5450. Tallahassee, FL 32314-5450. I. INTRODUCTION .. 2. II. DEFINITIONS .. 6. III. ELIGIBILITY, ENROLLMENT AND EFFECTIVE DATE .. 13. IV. SCHEDULE OF 26. V. MEDICAL BENEFITS .. 38. VI. LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS .. 58. VII. SPECIAL HMO PLAN FEATURES .. 63. VIII. PRESCRIPTION DRUG PROGRAM .. 68. IX. HOW TO FILE A CLAIM .. 78. X. COORDINATION OF 80. XI. SUBROGATION AND RIGHT OF RECOVERY, RECOUP, AND SUE FOR LOSSES .. 88. XII. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY .. 90. XIII. APPEALS AND GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE .. 91. XIV. BUNDLED SERVICES AND PRICING TRANSPARENCY 97.

2 XV. 102. SUMMARY PLAN DESCRIPTION INFORMATION .. 111. CONTACT INFO and SERVICE AREA. Claims Administration: Aetna Life Insurance 151 Farmington Avenue Company Hartford, CT 06156. Member Services All Areas (877) 858-6507. Service Area Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard Charlotte Collier Columbia Duval Escambia Flagler Glades Gulf Hardee Highlands Holmes Indian River Jackson Lafayette Lee Levy Madison Manatee Marion Nassau Okaloosa Orange Sarasota Seminole St. Johns Volusia Walton Washington If you need information about Contact . Medical benefits or Claims administered by Aetna, or MEMBER SERVICES. finding a medical Network Provider participating (877) 858-6507. with Aetna within the State of Florida Prescription drug program information CVS Caremark Customer Care Team (888) 766-5490.

3 (plan information). (user account information). For paper Claims only: CVS Caremark Box 52010 MC 003. Phoenix, AZ 85072-2010. General and Customer Care Correspondence: Box 7074. Lees' Summit, MO 64064-7074. Level I Appeals: CVS Caremark Attention: Appeals Dept. MC 109. Box 52071 Phoenix, AZ. 85072-2071 Fax: (866) 443-1172. Enrollment, eligibility, or changing coverage People First Service Center Box 6830. Tallahassee, FL 32314. (866) 663-4735. Fax: (800) 422-3128 (Include your People First ID. number on the top right of each page). Medicare eligibility and enrollment The Social Security Administration office in your area State Employees' HMO Plan Group Health Insurance Plan Booklet and Benefits Document 1. (Summary Plan Description or "SPD"). I. INTRODUCTION.

4 The descriptions contained in this document are intended to provide a summary explanation of your benefits. Easy-to-read language has been used as much as possible to help you understand the terms of the Plan. Your insurance coverage is limited to the express written terms of this Summary Plan Description (SPD). Your coverage cannot be changed based upon statements or representations made to you by anyone, including employees of the Division of State Group Insurance (DSGI), Aetna, CVS Caremark, People First or your employer. This SPD describes the benefits provided to you by the State of Florida under the State Employees' HMO Plan (or Plan), for Health Plan Members, as defined herein, who have selected Aetna as their Claims administrator. This SPD is made available for your reference and is subject to various legal requirements, including the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

5 The Plan is further subject to federal and State of Florida laws and rules promulgated pursuant to law including, but not limited to, Chapter 60 of the Florida Administrative Code. In any instance of conflict, the provisions of this SPD shall take precedence over provisions of law so far as legally permitted. Any clause, section or part of this SPD that is held or declared invalid for any reason shall be eliminated, and the remaining portion or portions shall remain in full force and be valid as if such invalid clause or section had not been incorporated herein. Unless otherwise noted in this document, if the terms of this document and the terms of the Plan conflict, the SPD shall control. The State of Florida may designate any third-party administrators or Claims administrators to carry out certain Plan duties and responsibilities.

6 The State of Florida is responsible for formulating and carrying out all rules and procedures necessary to administer the Plan. The State of Florida, as Plan Administrator, has the discretionary authority to (1) make decisions regarding the interpretation or application of Plan provisions (2) determine the rights, eligibility, and benefits of Health Plan Members and beneficiaries under the Plan, and (3) review Claims under the Plan. The State of Florida may delegate to a third party any or all such discretionary authority described above. Benefits under the Plan will be paid only if the State of Florida, as Plan Administrator, or its designee or delegate decides in its discretion that the Health Plan Member is entitled to them. Whether such Third Party Administrators have been delegated any such discretionary authority shall be determined solely on the basis of the contract between them and the State , and no such delegation shall be assumed to have been made unless expressly stated in their contract.

7 The State of Florida contracts with Aetna to arrange for the provision of Medical Services which are Medically Necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of Health Plan Members through a network of contracted independent physicians and Hospitals and other health care providers and to administer Claims in connection therewith. Aetna, in arranging for the delivery of Medical Services or benefits, does not directly provide these Medical Services or administer the Plan. This benefit plan is designed to cover most major medical expenses for a covered illness or injury, including Hospital, physician services and prescription drugs. However, you will be responsible for any: 1. Deductibles (HDHP Option only);. 2. Coinsurance (HDHP Option only);. 3. Copayments;. 4. Hospital admission fees.

8 5. Non-covered services;. 6. Amounts above or beyond the Plan's Limitations;. State Employees' HMO Plan Group Health Insurance Plan Booklet and Benefits Document 2. (Summary Plan Description or "SPD"). 7. Non-emergency services in a Non-Network Hospital, facility or office ( , anesthesiology, nurse anesthetists, radiology, pathology, laboratory, emergency room physician services and so forth). unless authorized in advance by Aetna, not the Primary Care Physician; and 8. Any other services identified in this SPD as excluded. This SPD describes enrollment and eligibility, Covered Services and Supplies, the amount the Plan pays for Covered Services and Supplies, amounts that are your responsibility, and services and supplies that are not covered. You Must Enroll to Receive Benefits You must affirmatively enroll to receive benefits under the Plan, as explained in the section within this document titled Eligibility, Enrollment and Effective Date.

9 If you do not take the actions outlined in this document to affirmatively enroll to receive benefits, you will not be entitled to any benefits of any kind under this Plan. The Medical Services and Hospital Services covered by the Plan shall be provided without regard to the race, color, religion, physical handicap, or national origin of the Health Plan Member in the diagnosis and treatment of patients; in the use of equipment and other facilities; or in the assignment of personnel to provide services, pursuant to the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you have questions about your coverage after reading this booklet, you may call any of the telephone numbers listed on the WHO TO CALL section at the beginning of this document and talk with a member service representative.

10 Medical Claims The Plan is not intended to and does not cover or provide any Medical Services or benefits that are not Medically Necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of the Health Plan Member. Aetna determines whether the services are Medically Necessary on the basis of the terms, conditions, and criteria established by the Plan as interpreted by the State , and as set forth in the medical guidelines. The State 's interpretations of the Plan shall be communicated to Aetna by such means as may be agreed upon between them including, but not limited to, the appeals process set forth in Section XIII below and the final determination of DSGI on behalf of the Plan. Claims for benefits are to be sent to Aetna. Sometimes medical providers make a mistake and over charge for the service.


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