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Graduate Medical Education | Medical Residents

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Medical Plan

The plan is administered by Anthem and is available to all eligible Residents, regardless of area of residence. When network providers are used, participants receive full benefits. Partial benefits are received from non-network providers, except in the case of an emergency. Network providers include Anthem Blue Access PPO providers in Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky and BCBS Blue Card providers in other states.

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Prescription Drugs (Rx)

This medical plan’s prescription benefit includes medications available on the Express Scripts Formulary, which may offer potential savings when a physician prescribes formulary medications.

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Mental Health and Chemical Dependency

This medical plan offers full benefits from Anthem Behavioral Health network providers. Partial benefits are received from non-network providers. All services must be authorized in advance in order to be covered.

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This medical plan's vision program is Blue View Vision-Exam Plus Option #5.  Anthem has an extensive nationwide network of doctors who provide quality eye care and materials. When you are seen by a participating doctor, your plan covers an eye examination, less any applicable copayment. You may also purchase eyeglass frames, lenses, and contact lenses at a discount.

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HR at IU South Bend

Page updated: 22 October 2015
Contact Benefits: • (812) 855-2172

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