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Healthy Tomorrows

Important information for PPB Plan Policyholders

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Current Plan Year 2019 (July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019):
PPB Plan policyholders who met the Healthy Tomorrows requirements for Plan Year 2018 (biometric screening with results in range reported before the end of open enrollment in 2017) were deemed to have met all of the Healthy Tomorrow requirements for Plan Year 2019 and did not have to complete biometric screenings before the end of the plan year open enrollment. Policyholders who did not meet the Healthy Tomorrows requirements for Plan Year 2018 had to meet the requirements by May 15, 2018. In any year that the policyholder does not comply with the initiative, and meet the deadline, he or she will pay an additional $500 medical deductible the following year.
Plan Year 2020 (July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020): The Healthy Tomorrows initiative will continue with the same requirements that were in place for Plan Years 2018 and 2019. Members must have their biometric screening, report the results, and have their numbers within the acceptable range or have a physician's certification that the numbers cannot be met for a medical reason. Biometric screening results must be collected and reported between April 2, 2018, and May 15, 2019, to avoid the $500 penalty deductible for Plan Year 2020. 

Annual checkup and general Lipid Panels are provided without charge to PEIA policyholder once every plan year.   
1.  Policyholders must designate a primary care physician (PCP) .
If you are enrolled in the Comprehensive Care Partnership program, you have already named a primary care physician and do not have to take any additional steps to meet this requirement.
Click here for a searchable online directory of PCPs and CCPs.
Click here for a Provider Directory in .PDF format.
2.  Policyholders must see their primary care physician after reporting their doctor’s name to PEIA. Your primary care physician must test your blood pressure, blood glucose, cholesterol and waist circumference and report it to PEIA on the Healthy Tomorrows Reporting Form before the end of Open Enrollment. The blood pressure, blood glucose and cholesterol must be within an acceptable range or have a physician’s certification that those numbers cannot be met.
NOTE: PEIA covers one annual physical per plan year for members at no cost. Bring the Adult Annual Physical and Screening Examination Form to your doctor.

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