The Health Enhancement Program promotes benefits to our members, such as:
· Improved health outcomes
· Lives saved through increased screenings and improved chronic disease care
· Health care premium savings for the State and our members
For those who participate in the program, there are two parts to complying with the HEP requirements:
· Getting appropriate preventive services
· Completing chronic condition education for members with asthma, COPD, diabetes, heart failure, high blood pressure or high cholesterol
The program runs on a calendar year basis. All requirements (preventive and education) are to be completed by December 31 of each year.
How to Check Your HEP Requirements and Status
From Care Compass (carecompass.ct.gov), register for your personalized benefits portal powered by Quantum Health.
From your personalized Quantum portal:
1. Select the My Health tab to view your HEP information
2. Select the My Plan tab to view your current medical plan information. By clicking on “Pharmacy” under My Plan, you can view your CVS account and manage your prescriptions directly.
You can contact a Care Coordinator for online assistance by logging into your portal. You can live chat, secure message or schedule a phone call with a Care Coordinator from your personalized portal.
The MyQHealth app is also available from the App Store so that you can register and log in from your phone.
Get personalized assistance from Care Coordinators for help with any questions about HEP requirements or your compliance status.
Call a Care Coordinator at 833-740-3258.
Important: HEP program requirements do not apply to Medicare retirees or their Medicare spouses/dependents covered by the Aetna Medicare Advantage plan. Those covered by the Aetna plan may register or sign in for their Aetna plan information at ct.aetnamedicare.com or by going to carecompass.ct.gov, clicking on Retirees and then on Medicare Advantage.
SEIU’s over 2 million members, along with other members of the AFL-CIO, give the more than 13 million union members and their families substantial purchasing power.
Through member-only programs offered by SEIU in partnership with Union Privilege–a program founded by the AFL-CIO to provide consumer benefits –we’re able to offer you and your family special discounts, rates, and savings.
As an SEIU member or retiree, you’re entitled to member-only benefits such as skip payments and financial assistance in the event of disability or layoff. These programs are designed specifically for union members and their families.
To learn more about Union Privilege and its programs, visit www.unionplus.org or call 1-800-452-9425
Care Compass is the centralized online hub dedicated to the state health plan, providing access to all health benefits materials and information. You will notice the Care Compass logo on benefit communications coming from the state.
From Care Compass (carecompass.ct.gov), register for your personalized benefits portal powered by Quantum Health to view your HEP and medical plan information.
Care Compass also includes links to forms and Open Enrollment information.
**The 2023-2024 CEUI Scholarship window has closed. Please stay tuned for the list of winners!**
CEUI Local 511 will be continuing the tradition of awarding scholarship money to deserving children of active members. We will be offering four (4) $2500 scholarships to high school seniors whose parents are members of CEUI Local 511.
The applicant must:
To obtain an application, call Tracy Deegan at 860-343-8712 or email email@example.com. Please indicate both the name of the parent and the child. If you would like an application sent electronically, please request one via email.
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