United Healthcare and EBS have partnered together to offer our schools a variety of Medical plan options.
Traditional Point of Service plans offering in and out of network coverage as well as high or low coinsurance options to fit your needs and your budget.
Consumer Driven Health Plans offering access to Health Savings Accounts and a variety of tools to better manage your health care costs and save for future health care expenses.
HMO and HMO HSA Plans:
Traditional Health Maintenance Organization plan with low out of pocket expense for in-network only coverage. Plus an HMO with an HSA option.
Offering Kaiser’s unique health care management and delivery model for cost savings, convenience and effective care management options.
United HealthCare - *Benefits effective 01/01/17*
Better oral health can affect your overall health. Choose a UHC Dental PPO plan for savings and broad access to dental providers.
The Access ePPO dental plan provides much of the flexibility of a traditional PPO along with the ease of predicting your out-of-pocket costs.
Alternate Dental HMO option to meet your needs and budget.
In and out of network options for maximum flexibility.
The Davis Vision plan provides comprehensive vision care at a discounted rate.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
United Behavioral Health
United Behavioral Health (UBH) benefits help our school employees take an active role in their health care. When members call United Behavioral Health for assistance, they speak directly to a mental health benefits specialist who can answer questions related to their behavioral health benefits. Working in strict confidence, trained professionals listen to each person carefully and match specific needs with the right resources to address them.
Contact UBH anytime you need help with any of life's concerns.
(866) 248-4094 | (866) 216-9926 TTD/TTY or log on to https://www.liveandworkwell.com
Please contact EBS at 410-590-6590 | 301-261-2440 or your HR Department for your access code information.
In an emergency, the first concern is your health. Call 911 or get to an emergency room as soon as possible.