Written by Staff • Issue: May 3, 2012 • Campus: Anschutz Medical Campus, CU Denver, CU system, CU-Boulder, UCCS • Tags: open enrollment, Payroll & Benefit Services, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences •
Payroll & Benefit Services (PBS) encourages you to carefully review your benefits options each year during open enrollment (OE) and to be actively engaged in making the best decisions for yourself and your eligible dependents. Beginning Monday, May 7, PBS will be conducting OE sessions, and representatives from the university’s and state’s group insurance plans will be hosting Carrier Fairs on each campus to help in your decision making.
At OE sessions, PBS benefits professionals will detail plan changes, what’s new for the plan year and how to enroll. They also will answer your questions. At the Carrier Fairs, you have the opportunity to meet with plan representatives to learn more about their plans and services.
This year, a new service is being offered in conjunction with Carrier Fairs. Pharmacists from the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will be on hand as part of the new CU Health Plan medication therapy management program, Rx Consult.
Rx Consult enables you to meet with a clinical pharmacist in a confidential setting to review without charge all of your medications and get answers to any of your medication-related questions.
The clinical pharmacist can work with you and your primary care provider to:
PBS also will be conducting Spanish and Laotian OE Sessions on the Boulder Campus on May 15 and 17. To learn more about dates, times and locations go to www.cu.edu/openenrollment and click on OE Sessions and Carrier Fairs under Important Topics on the right hand side of the page. To learn more about Rx Consult or schedule an appointment, go to http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/pharmacy/Resources/RxConsult/Pages/RxConsult.aspx.
Important OE Reminders
A live Twitter feed can be found on the OE website. Follow us @CUOE to get the latest information about OE and to ask questions.