Department of Management Services

2018 Health Plan Options

Your HMO Plan option for 2018 may have changed. Please verify that your current HMO is available in your area for the 2018 plan year. In the event your HMO Plan option has changed and you fail to make an election, you will be automatically enrolled into the HMO plan available based upon your home mailing address.

Health Benefits Summary Plan Descriptions, Summaries of Benefits and Coverages, and Premium Table
2018 Premium Rates Chart  (Adobe PDF Document 22.55 KB)
BCBS Aetna AvMed Capital Health Plan UnitedHealthcare
BCBS Benefits Brochure (Adobe PDF Document 947.50 KB) Aetna Benefits Brochure (Adobe PDF Document 4.59 MB) AvMed Benefits Brochure (Adobe PDF Document 2.70 MB) CHP Benefits Brochure (Adobe PDF Document 619.04 KB) UH Benefits Brochure (Adobe PDF Document 1.92 MB)
CVS/caremark Prescription Drug Plan
2018 Prescription Drug Plan Brochure (Adobe PDF Document 290.42 KB)

2018 Contracted Service Areas

2018 Plan Year HMO and PPO Contract Service Area by County
Capital Health Plan AvMed UnitedHealthcare Aetna Florida Blue
Calhoun Broward Citrus Alachua Nationwide
Franklin Dixie Clay Baker
Gadsden Gilchrist De Soto Bay
Jefferson Hamilton Hendry Bradford
Leon Hillsborough Hernando Brevard
Liberty Miami-Dade Lake Charlotte
Wakulla Pinellas Martin Collier
Polk Monroe Columbia
Putnam Okeechobee Duval
St. Lucie Osceola Escambia
Suwannee Pasco Flagler
Palm Beach Glades
Santa Rosa Gulf
Sumter Hardee
Taylor Highlands
Union Holmes
Indian River
St. Johns

Occupational Therapy  services are a covered benefit beginning January 1, 2018. Services must be for conditions resulting from a physical or mental illness, injury, or impairment. For the State Employees’ PPO Plan, coverage is limited to 21 treatment days during any six-month period; for the State Employees’ HMO Plan, coverage is limited to 60 visits per injury. 

Medication Synchronization  (Med Sync) allows you to save time and reduce the number of trips to your retail pharmacy by requesting that your retail pharmacist “synchronize” all your medication refills so you can pick them all up on the same day. Med Sync is optional, not required and allowed once per year.