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2013 Annual Benefits Enrollment Closed

Online annual enrollment for 2013 university benefits ended on November 12. All full-time benefits eligible faculty and staff will receive a confirmation of their elections by mail in mid-December. If you determine after receiving your confirmation that your enrollment is not correct, please follow the procedure outlined below:

  • Email the university Benefits Service Center at no later than 12/31/12 with the correction.
  • Enter "2013 Annual Enrollment Correction" in the subject line.
  • You will receive a return email acknowledging receipt of your request.
  • A corrected Confirmation Statement will be mailed to you in January.

If you enrolled for Vision Coverage with United Healthcare, this enrollment is administered outside of JHU through our Voluntary Benefits Program and will not be reflected on your confirmation statement. You will receive a separate confirmation by e-mail. You can also visit the United Healthcare website at to print out your membership card(s). Should you need to make corrections to your Vision Plan enrollment, please contact Marsh customer service directly at 1-866-795-9362 by 12/30/12. Please note that Marsh customer service will be closed on 12/24, 12/25 and 12/31.

If you elected the voluntary Critical Illness Insurance with MetLife, you will receive a welcome letter and a certificate of coverage. If you enrolled in the voluntary Accident Insurance with Colonial Life, you will receive a welcome information package. If you enrolled for voluntary Long Term Care coverage, you will receive a copy of the policy from CNA.

Participants in the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield or EHP Classic medical insurance plans will receive new membership cards for 2013 at the beginning of January.

If you elected to waive medical coverage, the medical waiver credit will begin with your first paycheck in January and will be paid over the remaining pay periods in the year.

Contact the Benefits Service Center at 410-516-2000 or if you have any questions concerning the above.

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