June 2014 News Bites

  • Southeastern Wisconsin Humana HPN Network has been renewed for 2015. The Business Health Care Group (BHCG) and Humana recently announced an extension of the current Humana Preferred Network (HPN) through Dec. 31, 2015. If you live in Southeastern Wisconsin and you are currently covered by the Humana HRA option, the current network configuration of network providers will remain the same through 2015. The HPN continues to provide members with a broad choice of locations, hospitals and physicians. If you are unsure if you are in the Humana HRA option, visit EmployeeConnect > Your Benefits Resources to check your current coverage. If you are in the Aetna HSA option, this does not impact you. If you have questions about the Humana HPN, please call the BHCG Humana Customer Service directly at 1.866.424.2479. Humana representatives are in the best position to answer any network questions.
  • If you’ve finished your first Take Action activity—congratulations! You’ve taken a key step for your health! While you’re on a roll, why not start your second Take Action activity? You can complete the same activity a second time or try something new. Earn $100 each, up to $200 for Take Action activities, toward your 2015 medical premiums (if you take the health risk questionnaire this fall). To explore your options and sign up, visit ra.staywell.com.
  • If StayWell calls to say you’re eligible for a personalized health education program (health coaching), consider signing up. Working with a StayWell health coach can help you meet your health goals and qualifies as a Take Action activity. To learn more, visit ra.staywell.com.
  • Are you getting married, having a baby or expecting another family change this summer? Remember: After a qualified family status change, you can make appropriate benefit changes if you act within 31 calendar days. Simply go to EmployeeConnect > Your Benefits Resources or call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at 1.877.OUR.RASC (1.877.687.7272).
  • Don’t make a critical 401(k) mistake. All too often, people make a critical mistake when it comes to managing their 401(k) savings: They cash out prematurely. Recent data compiled by Fidelity notes that one in three 401(k) participants has cashed out of his or her plan when changing jobs, and employees might turn to their 401(k) savings for a loan or taxable hardship withdrawal. For the latest news, special reports and insights, check out other Viewpoints articles on Fidelity.com on the News & Insights page.
  • The Rockwell Automation Service Center and the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity will be closed on July 4 for the Fourth of July.