Page last updated August 24, 2021.

 

Aetna

Aetna Vaccine Information

Resources for Living (EAP)

MinuteClinic

 

AFLAC

AFLAC's list of FAQs regarding COVID-19 can be found here.

 

Allstate

COVID-19 Benefits and Coverage

 

Ameritas

 

Anthem

Anthem Vaccine Information

Anthem COVID-19 Resource Center

Information for Individual & Family and Employer Group Plans

 

BCBS of North Carolina

BCBS Vaccine Information

 

BeneFlex

Employee Benefit Plan Deadlines Extended by COVID

Can employees make changes to their elections in light of COVID-19?

Dependent Care FSA and Run-Out Period in Light of COVID-19

How the CARES Act Impacts HSAs and FSAs

What happens with Flexible Spending Accounts when an employee is furloughed?

 

Cigna

Cigna Vaccine Information

Cigna Member FAQ 

 

Colonial Life

Colonial Life is taking several steps to ensure we can support customers and their employees through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

 

Delta Dental

Delta Dental Employer FAQs

 

Eyemed

Eyemed Employer FAQs

Member Benefits FAQ

 

Guardian

FAQ about Guardian’s Response to COVID-19

 

The Hartford

COVID-19 Resource Center

Claims and Billing Information

 

IHC 

Short Term Medical Coverage

 

Legal Resources

Legal Needs

Identity Theft Protection Needs

 

Medicare

Medicare Covers the COVID-19 Vaccine

Medicare and Coronavirus

 

Metlife

Customer Update

 

Optima Health

FAQs for Brokers and Employers

Optima Vaccine Information

Additional Info from Optima

 

Starmark

Help for Customers Affected by the Coronavirus

 

United Concordia 

For small businesses under 100 that renew August-December 2020, United Concordia Dental will hold the premium rate until the next renewal in 2021. We want to enable employers to continue offering quality dental coverage to their employees – some who may need urgent or emergency dental care during this pandemic. 

 

UnitedHealthcare

UHC Vaccine Information

UHC Employer FAQs

Amwell Virtual Visits for UHC Members

Sanvello - On-demand help app for stress, anxiety and depression