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San Francisco Unified School District Employees

Welcome to Open Enrollment 2020!

We want to help make Open Enrollment to be convenient and easy for you.

Follow the step-by-step enrollment guide below. Each step follows along with your Open Enrollment Booklet that you received in the mail along with your Open Enrollment letter.

By following each step, you will quickly navigate through each of your benefit options and be able to decide if you need to make any changes.

You can make your selections securely, quickly and easily online using eBenefits or you can return an Open Enrollment Application Form.

eBenefits

San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) employees can make all their Open Enrollment elections online using eBenefits. After you review your plan documents, log into eBenefits, which is available 24/7 throughout the month of October. 

SFUSD employees will be able to enroll online using eBenefits after 10/5. Check back here to get started!

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Step 1 - Review your Open Enrollment Letter and Rates

Review your Open Enrollment Letter for current medical and vision elections. If you would like to make changes, go to Steps 2 through 5 on how to make changes. If you do not have any changes, please continue to Step 2.

This year, all SFUSD members can now enroll online using eBenefits. See Step 5 to learn how to create a new account.

Step 2 - Add or Drop Dependents

Review the dependent(s) listed in your enclosed Open Enrollment letter. If you need to add or drop a dependent, review the dependent eligibility rules here.

Complete the Review Dependents page in eBenefits to add dependents or modify existing dependents. You will need to submit copies of supporting documents.

Remember, new dependents must have supporting documentation submitted with their elections in order to be enrolled (e.g. birth certificate, certified marriage certificate).

 

What you should know when adding dependents

When adding dependents, remember that not all relationship types are eligible to receive benefits. You can list other relationships that are not eligible for benefits as emergency contacts. 

To find out if your dependent is eligible for coverage, please refer to the Eligibility Relationship Types table.

Step 3 - Making Changes to Your Health Plan Benefits

Start by reviewing the Service Areas of the medical plans available to you here. Review coverage details on pages 4 and 5 and rates for available plans in your area on pages 11 to 13 in your Open Enrollment Booklet.

Select your plan and complete Choose a Medical Plan page in eBenefits.

Medical Plans

Active members can select from the following medical plans: UnitedHealthcare PPO (City Plan), Blue Shield of California's Trio HMO or Access+ HMO and Kaiser Permanente HMO. 

UnitedHealthcare PPO
You can visit UHC PPO's SFHSS member site here or call (866) 282-0125.

Visit the UHC's Virtual Education Center for resources and info. about 2021 plans here.

UHC is offering exclusive Office Hours for members during enrollment. Download the schedule here.

Blue Shield of California HMO
Click here to visit Blue Shield of California's SFHSS member site. Access+ HMO plan members call (855) 256-9404. Trio HMO plan members call (855) 747-5800

Click here to schedule a 1:1 meeting with Blue Shield of California to get questions answered about the Access+ HMO and Trio HMO plans.

Kaiser Permanente HMO
Click here to visit Kaiser Permanente's SFHSS member site or call (800) 464-4000.

Kaiser Permanente is offering exclusive Office Hours for SFHSS members. Download the schedule for October here.

Click below to see plan documents for plan year 2021.

Step 4 - Vision Benefits

Review the Vision benefits options and rates on page 6 of your Open Enrollment Benefits Booklet. Remember, you must be enrolled in a medical plan to receive Vision benefits.

Enrollment in the VSP Premier Plan requires that all dependents enrolled in medical coverage be enrolled in the VSP Premier Plan. 

Complete the Enroll in a Vision Premier Plan page in eBenefits.

Vision Plans

Active members who enroll in a medical plan are also enrolled into the VSP Basic Plan and included with your medical premium. VSP Premier, which offers enhanced benefits, is available with a premium.

Visit VSP's website here or call (800) 785-0699. Click below for plan details. 

Step 5 - Complete and Submit Your Elections Online

Complete and submit your eBenefits elections online. You can also fax or mail your completed Open Enrollment Application Form and documentation (do not send originals) to SFHSS.

Our offices are currently closed to the public due to COVID-19.

You can mail your Open Enrollment forms and supporting documentation to: 1145 Market Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103 or fax to (628) 652-4701

Open Enrollment Application Form

Benefits Guide and Booklet

Step 6 - Confirmation Letter

After Open Enrollment ends, you’ll receive a Confirmation Statement in the mail from SFHSS in December. Please review your Confirmation Statement to make sure your benefit elections are correct. Changes made during Open Enrollment take effect January 1, 2021.

Contact Us

Our offices are currently closed to the public due to COVID-19.

SFHSS Member Services
1145 Market Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Main: (628) 652-4700
Toll-free: (800) 541-2266
Fax: (628) 652-4701

Telephone Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm and Thursday from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm.

If you are unable to enroll online, you can also fax your Open Enrollment Application Form and supporting documentation to (628) 652-4701.

Posted On

Oct 15, 2020