Voluntary Benefits Information
Aflac insurance plans will be available during your enrollment, November 1 through November 16, 2018. It is important that if your intent is to enroll, you do so during this time frame, as we are unable to accept late applications. This is not an open enrollment for medical benefits.
You will be receiving, through inter-office mail, more detailed information regarding this open enrollment. In addition, AFLAC will be sending a letter to your home address. For additional information, visit www.RSDVoluntaryBenefits.com or contact Lisa Magrowski at 484-258-7023.
If something were to happen to you how would you continue to provide for your family? Aflac is different from major medical because it's insurance for daily living. It pays cash benefits directly to you* if you are ever in an accident or become seriously ill. You can use these benefits for whatever expenses you have. And rates don't go up when you file a claim. Learn how we've got you covered.
Reading School District is offering the following insurance plans:
- Group Accident Insurance
- Group Critical Illness Insurance
- Group Hospital Indemnity Insurance
You will need to log into the Voluntary Benefit Enrollment system to either elect or waive coverage: www. RSDVoluntaryBenefits.com. Your username is your Employee ID number and your initial password is your date of birth in the YYYYMMDD format, plus the first initial (lower case) and your last initial (UPPER CASE), plus an exclamation point (!). For example, John Smith born on May 15, 1980 with employee ID number 1234 would login using the following credentials:
For more information about plan benefits, call 1.800.433.3036 or visit aflacgroupinsurance.com.
EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS
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FEDERAL TRANSPARENCY IN COVERAGE
This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to access and analyze data more easily.