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How to track
HDHP-HSA expenses
•  Medical
(Blue Cross Blue Shield)
After logging in, click
"Claims Center."
•  Prescription drugs
(CVS Caremark) After
logging in, click "View
prescription history"
•  HSA spending
(Fidelity NetBenefits) After
logging in, click "Health
Savings Account" in your
benefits list, then "History"


Annual enrollment is Nov. 1-15

This is your annual opportunity to make changes to your TI health and insurance benefits. The only other time during the year you can make changes is when you have a qualified status change during the year (for example, a marriage or birth/adoption).

What if I don't want to change anything? If you don’t make changes during annual enrollment, you’ll continue with the same benefits you have now. However, if you use a flexible spending account, you must set it up every year – it does not roll over.

As in the past, you’ll register your choices at, where you can also see your personalized benefits information, research your options and compare plan features.

Click the links below to see general information about your benefits for 2017.

What's changing for 2017

Medical insurance
  • BCBS High-Deductible Health Plan and Fidelity Health Savings Account
  • Cigna Copay Plan or a regional HMO, where available
Flexible spending accounts (FSAs)
  • Health Care FSA (if you don't use the HDHP-HSA)
  • Dental/Vision FSA
    (if you use the HDHP-HSA)
  • Dependent Daycare FSA
  • MetLife Basic
  • MetLife Plus
  • Aetna DMO
  • DPC Basic (paid by TI)
  • DPC Plus
  • LTD Basic
  • LTD Plus


  • Basic life (paid by TI)
  • Supplemental life
  • Spouse and child life
Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D)
2017 changes
Medical premiums are increasing for coverage under most of the medical insurance plans.
Transgender-inclusive coverage will be added to the Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) High-Deductible Health Plan (HDHP), the BCBS PPO and the Cigna Copay plan.
HMO Blue New England will no longer be offered. Current participants will automatically be enrolled in the High-Deductible Health Plan, unless another option is selected during annual enrollment.
2017 contribution limits
The employee-only maximum for a health savings account (HSA) will increase by $50 to $3,400. This means that, taking into account the $750 TI contribution, you can contribute up to $2,650 to your HSA.
Other benefits
The length of leave available for primary caregivers of surrogate births will increase from 2 to 4 weeks
For details about each benefit, check the
2017 Health and Insurance Benefits Guide.

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Everything you need to know about annual enrollment
> 2017
> Plan comparison tables
> 4 questions to consider
> Your list of 40+ benefits

How to check for network
doctors in the HDHP

Go to the Provider Finder page on the Blue Cross Blue Shield website. In the drop-down box, select the Blue Choice PPO option. Under Search Critieria, enter your ZIP code.


How to compare the cost and quality of your health care

Go to, to research the health care services in your area. (If you're enrolled in the HDHP, that is.)

Why pay more for the same quality of care, when you don't have to?

Go to Castlight

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