OUHSD Benefits Website
Anthem Blue Cross Diabetes Prevention Program
Anthem Blue Cross, in conjunction with Solera Health, are offering Anthem HMO and PPO members a free voluntary program to help you lose weight and significantly reduce your risk of developing diabetes. If eligible, the 16-week program gives members access to: small group support, a personal health coach, tools like a wireless scale or activity tracker, and weekly lessons from an array of national and local programs, like Weight Watchers, Retrofit and Jenny Craig.
To find out if you or your dependents qualify for the program, take a 1-minute quiz at CSEBO's dedicated link, found here.
For a flyer with a description of the program and an FAQ, please click here.
Medicare and Your OUHSD Plan
If you are actively working past 65, you do not need to obtain Medicare during your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP), but can defer enrollment until you retire. This is known as a Special Enrollment Period (SEP). Please refer to our Medicare Information page for more detailed information.
If you are currently retired, please visit the OUHSD Retiree page for more information on continuing medical benefits past 65.
OUHSD Open Enrollment Tools
Decision Support Tool
Choosing a plan for your and your eligible dependents can be difficult. To help assist you in this process, CSEBO is offering employees a Decision Support Tool, MyPlan Choices, to aid you in the decision-making process. To access MyPlan Choices, please follow this link.
Please note, all data input into MyPlan Choices is completely confidential. We do not collect and will not share this data with your employer.
Starting in June 2018, employees will have the opportunity to make open enrollment elections for the October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019 plan year. Open election selections will be made through BeneTrac, CSEBO's eligibility management system.
- BeneTrac Login
- Employer ID: cseb2121
- CSEBO Self-Enrollment Guide