State Employees who decline coverage may re-enroll during the regular Open Enrollment
period each November. Special Enrollment is available for all employees who lose
their other employer group health coverage, subject to the rules and procedures
established by the SEIB. Note: A State employee may not be covered as a dependent
under the SEHIP.
Enroll Onlineat mySEIB
You can now opt out of the SEHIP as your primary coverage and elect supplemental
coverage through the SEIB, at no charge. This could save you money. For instance,
if you are eligible for coverage through another employer group plan, you can opt
out of SEHIP and enroll in that plan. You can then obtain supplemental coverage
through the SEIB that will cover virtually all of your out-of-pocket expenses.
The Southland Vision Supplemental provides routine vision benefits for $24 per month, regardless
of number of dependents. These benefits will coordinate with the SEIB Discount Routine Vision Care Network. New
employees may enroll within 60 days from date of employment while existing employees should enroll during
Open Enrollment (November 1-30) with a January 1 effective date. For benefit and enrollment information,
contact your SEIB advisor or click here for an enrollment form.
You can opt out of the SEHIP as your primary coverage and elect coverage for an
optional policy that includes: dental, cancer, hospital indemnity and vision. This
optional policy will be offered at no cost to you. Participants may elect individual
or family coverage.
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