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 UnitedHealthcare Virtual Visits and Choosing Care

With so many options available, it’s important that you make the right choice when selecting where you receive health care. From NurseLine to the emergency room, Rhode Island State Employee Health Plan members have a diverse array of venues to choose from. Please review the “Choosing Care” flyer for guidance from UnitedHealthcare on how you can make the best choice for your health and your wallet.

Additionally, the Rhode Island State Employee Health Plan is proud to introduce Virtual Visits from UnitedHealthcare. Virtual Visits provides Rhode Island State Employee Health Plan members the ability to see and speak to a doctor online anytime from a mobile device or computer. Virtual Visits are good for doctor consultations regarding common acute conditions such as a cough/cold, seasonal flu, sore throat and sinus problems. Virtual Visits are not meant for any complex or chronic conditions requiring a hands-on exam or any kind of tests.

To access Virtual Visits, log on to www.myuhc.com and click on the Virtual Visits link on the right-hand side of the web page under the heading "What would you like to do today?"

Please review the Choosing Care and Virtual Visits flyers, and visit www.employeebenefits.ri.gov for more information.


NEW EMPLOYEES AT CCRI

Please join us in welcoming the newest members of the CCRI community:

  • Elizabeth Canning, Director of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator, President's Office. 
  • Glenn Ferrara, Bookstore Manager, Bookstore.
  • Maya Geraldo, Executive Assistant, Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  • Lori Ryan, Project Coordinator, RI Early Childhood Education & Training Program, Human Services

 


TIAA

No matter where you are in life - just getting started or planning for retirement - a session with a financial consultant can help you create a unique plan for your goals. And, it's at no additional cost as a part of your retirement plan. You’ll get answers to these questions and more:

  • Am I invested in the right mix of investments to help meet my goals?
  • Am I saving enough to create the retirement income I need?
  • How do I take income from my retirement account once I stop working?
  • How do I plan for short-term goals such as saving for a house or education expenses?
  • How do I manage debt, save money and balance various financial priorities at the same time?

Register for a session to get an action plan created especially for you. RSVP today as space is limited. Register at www.TIAA.org/schedulenow or call 800-732-8353 weekdays, 8am to 8pm (ET).

Day & Date Time Campus Location
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 9am - 4pm Providence Room 2229
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 9am - 4pm Warwick Room 3140
Tuesday, September 12, 2017 9am - 4pm Lincoln TBD
Thursday, September 14, 2017 9am - 4pm Newport Room 233
Thursday, September 21, 2017 9am - 4pm Providence Room 2229
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 9am - 4pm Warwick Room 3140
Thursday, November 16, 2017 9am - 4pm Lincoln TBD

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MetLife

Employees interested in scheduling an appointment with CCRI's MetLife Representative, Jake Darsch, please call 401-243-8823 or via email jdarsch@BarnumFG.com for one-on-one counseling.

 


VALIC Retirement

Are you ready for the inevitable changes that occur in everyone’s life? Life is a journey. It can be full of bumps and potholes; making it quite hectic. Taking the time to make financial decisions will make the journey much more rewarding now and down the road. While we all have good intentions to get our finances in order, we may not take the time or even know where to start.

CCRI's Valic representative, Garfield Davidson, can help you develop a plan for your financial goals, your dreams and your life’s journey. Set up an appointment with Garfield by calling 401-413-2920 or via email at Garfield.Davidson1@valic.com.


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Rhode Island Higher Education Training Consortium (RIHETC) Trainings

Sharpen your skills and add more tools to your professional toolbox with professional development from the Rhode Island Higher Education Training Consortium (RIHETC).

RIHETC will be offering four sessions on Friday, June 23, at Salve Regina University’s Warwick Campus. The best part? There’s no cost to you or your department. CCRI Human Resources will pick up the cost.

Everything You Need to Know About Gender Variance – But Never Even Knew to Ask

Understanding the Generations

Transitioning Through Change

Creating Inclusive Communities: CUPA-HR Stories of Diversity and Inclusion

Register now because seats are limited!

To register for one of these workshops, or to learn about upcoming dates, email Michelle O’Brien

 


 

Health Insurance Holiday

There will be no co‐share deduction for employee health benefits in the June 30, 2017 paycheck.

State agencies pay for a portion of the employees’ health insurance. This portion will also be waived for pay period 26. The charges posted for this insurance coverage are comprised of three components: medical, dental and vision coverage. This “holiday” is for all three components.

A notice will be posted on Paystub RI on June 30, 2017 regarding the health holiday.


 

2017-18 Rewards for Wellness Program

The 2017-2018 Rewards for Wellness program year kicks off on July 1, 2017.  The activities for the 2017-2018 Rewards for Wellness Program include the following:

  • Benefits 101 Podcast ($50)
  • myHealthcare Cost Estimator ($50)
  • Rally Health Survey ($50)
  • One Rally Mission ($50)
  • Obtain a Blood Pressure screening of less than 140/90 or consult with your physician and put a treatment plan in place ($50)
  • Obtain a Total Cholesterol screening ($25)
  • Total Cholesterol of less than 200 or watch the Heart Healthy Podcast ($25)
  • Obtain a non-fasting Glucose screening ($25)
  • Non-fasting Glucose of less than 200 or watch the Understanding Diabetes Podcast ($25)
  • Obtain a Body Mass Index (BMI) screening ($25)
  • BMI of less than 30 or watch the Mindful Eating Podcast ($25)
  • Obtain an Annual Preventive Exam ($100)

In the coming weeks you will see additional communications from the Office of Employee Benefits about the 2017-2018 Rewards for Wellness program.  There will be emails, PayStubRI notifications, updates on www.employeebenefits.ri.gov website, and a program brochure mailed directly to your home.  Please keep an eye out!

We encourage you to take part in the Rewards for Wellness program, as it provides you with educational resources to learn about your health and to become an informed healthcare consumer, as well as activities to help you make changes for a healthier future.  All State of Rhode Island employees are eligible to participate in the Rewards for Wellness programs and screenings*, so we hope you will engage with us and tell your co-workers and friends to participate as well.

*All State of Rhode Island employees are eligible to participate in Rewards for Wellness programs and screenings, but only employees who are paying co-shares based on the Rhode Island State Employee Health Plan rates that are posted at www.employeebenefits.ri.gov are eligible to earn co-share credit incentives.

 

This page developed and maintained by The Office of Human Resources. Send comments and suggestions to humanresources@ccri.edu.

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Last Updated: 6/19/17