These plans are for effective dates prior to January 1, 2014.
From now until Aug. 1, 2012, health plans will have both a "G" series designation as well as a "W" plan designation. This change to the benefit plan name is to accommodate the expanded women's preventive services coverage effective for plans beginning on or renewing Aug. 1, 2012. The benefit summaries remain the same.
As of May 1, 2012, you must use the "W" plan for quotes for Aug. 1, 2012 new or renewing groups. For quotes with effective dates prior to Aug. 1, continue using the "G" series. The "G" plans will be termed Aug. 1, 2012, and only the "W" plans will remain. Our health plans comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The letter "K" indicates $0 PCP kid copay for enrollees under age 19.
How to interpret the benefit plan naming system (for example, IAKDPC15-10-1000-250 POS70):
IA = The state the benefit applies to K = $0 PCP kid copay for enrollees under age 19 DPC = Type of benefit plan 15 = $15 (network) physician services copayment (does not necessarily apply to all physician services) 10 = 10 percent (network) coinsurance expressing member responsibility in a percentage amount 1000 = $1,000 (network) out-of-pocket maximum per individual per calendar year 250 = $250 (network) deductible per individual per calendar year POS70 = 70 percent point of service option expressing plan responsibility in a percentage amount
Note: Please reference individual benefit summaries for specific benefit information.
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