Plus One Benefits:
To fulfill our Mission to be a transforming healing presence within our communities, CHE Trinity Health continually reviews its benefit programs to ensure that we are meeting changing needs in the workplace.
Effective March 1, 2014, the Trinity Health division is modifying eligibility criteria for who can be covered under a colleague's benefits. The new criteria will provide coverage for one eligible adult and eligible dependents. This program is known as Plus One Benefits.
Click any of the following to view its contents:
2014 Open Enrollment Booklet with rate information
Planning to add dependents? Click here for more information
For more information on Health Care Reform, click here.
For more information on the Collection of Medicare Health Insurance Claim Numbers (HICNs), Social Security Numbers (SSNs) and Employer Identification Numbers (EINs)(Tax Identification numbers), click here
Dependent child definition:
Your dependent child may be eligible to be on your health coverage through the end of the year they turn 26. Please click here for more information.
Planning to add dependents?
In order for new family members to be eligible for coverage under any CHE Trinity Health benefit plan, you are required to provide proof of their dependent status. If you are planning to add family members you must submit dependent verification information to Human Resources within 30 days of your new hire or status change date. If you do not submit the required paperwork by the deadline, your newly added dependents will not be enrolled in coverage and you will be required to wait until the next annual enrollment period to enroll new dependents in the plan. Click here for a listing of required documents.
Social Security Numbers Required When Adding Dependents
To remain compliant with federal regulations, all colleagues must provide Social Security numbers for any dependent age one year and over enrolled in any health or welfare plan offered by CHE Trinity Health. This mandate is outlined in the Medicare, Medicaid and State Children's Health Insurance Program Extension Act of 2007. Social Security numbers are used to coordinate Medicare payments with other insurance and workers' compensation benefits. For more information on the collection of Social Security Numbers for dependents, click here.