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2014 Medical Care Plans

On this page: IU PPO $900 Deductible | IU PPO $500 Deductible | IU HDHP PPO & HSA | IU Health Quality Partners Exclusive Provider

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IU PPO $900 Deductible Plan (more information)

IU pays 80% of in-network medical costs once the plan deductible is reached. Preventive services are covered at 100% when In-Network providers are used.

Retail and mail order prescription co-insurance is based on a tiered drug list. In general, Tier 1 is generic drugs, Tier 2 is preferred brand drugs, and Tier 3 includes non-preferred drugs.  For drugs not on the list, the member pays 100% of the plan's discounted prescription cost.

IU PPO $500 Deductible Plan (more information)

IU pays 80% of in-network medical costs once the plan deductible is reached. Preventive medical services are covered at 100% when In-Network providers are used.

Retail and mail order prescription co-insurance is based on a tiered drug list. In general, Tier 1 is generic drugs, Tier 2 is preferred brand drugs, and Tier 3 includes non-preferred drugs.  For drugs not on the list, the member pays 100% of the plan's discounted prescription cost.

IU HDHP PPO & Health Savings Account (more information)

This plan is somewhat different than traditional medical plans--it includes both comprehensive medical coverage (IRS-qualified High Deductible Healthcare Plan--HDHP) and a tax-advantaged savings account. The deductible applies to all covered services except preventive medical services and preventive prescriptions. Preventive medical services are covered at 100% when In-Network providers are used. After the deductible is met, a 20% co-insurance applies to all covered services until the out-of-pocket maximum is met. The deductible and out-of-pocket maximums are applied differently than a traditional plan, and there are IRS eligibility restrictions on other medical coverage, so reading the plan details is important.

The true advantage of this plan is the personal savings account that is set up in the employee's name. The savings account is contributed to by the university and the employee. These savings can be used tax free to pay for medical expenses, like deductibles and co-insurance, or saved to use in the future, even in retirement.

IU Health Quality Partners Exclusive Provider Plan (more information)

IU pays 80% of in-network medical costs once the plan deductible is reached. Preventive services are covered at 100% when In-Network providers are used.  Enrollees are required to designate a primary care physician for routine care and coordination of overall care.

Retail and mail-order prescription co-insurance is based on a tiered drug list. In general, Tier 1 is generic drugs, Tier 2 is preferred brand drugs, and Tier 3 includes non-preferred drugs.  For drugs not on the list, the member pays 100% of the plan's discounted prescription cost.

Eligibility is limited to employees residing in these counties: Blackford, Boone, Brown, Carroll, Clinton, Delaware, Green, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Henry, Howard, Johnson, Lawrence, Madison, Marion, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Putnam, Shelby, Tipton, and Tippecanoe


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Page updated: 2 January 2014
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