High and Standard Option Health Plans for Federal Employees
Federal employees who live or work in the Capital Region, Central New York, and Hudson Valley can participate in CDPHP Universal Benefits®, Inc. (CDPHP UBI).
High and Standard Option - both plans share the same provider network. Out-of-pocket costs and premium rates vary.
Continuing in 2017: Self Plus One Enrollment! If you only need coverage for yourself and one dependent (either a spouse or a child), you can select a plan type of “Self Plus One” for 2017, instead of the “Self and Family” plan
Continuing in 2017:
Enhanced Primary Care (EPC)
Enhanced Primary Care sites are your "Medical Home." CDPHP encourages members to have a medical home, that is, a doctor’s office that coordinates most of your care. This can be a primary care physician (PCP), or in the case of our Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) sites, a team of health care providers looking out for you. You can use Find-A-Doc to determine which offices are in the program. Indicate “Enhanced Primary Care” in Step Two when completing your search. The enhanced primary care icon will appear next to EPC-participating doctors’ names.
Rx for Less
CDPHP members with prescription drug benefits can get deep discounts on specific generic drugs when purchased at any CVS, Target, Walmart, Price Chopper/Market 32, Hannaford or Shop-Rite pharmacy.
Note: These services are neither offered nor guaranteed under contract with the FEHB Program, but are made available to all enrollees and family members who become members of CDPHP UBI.
This is a summary of the features of the CDPHP UBI plan for Federal Government employees and annuitants. Before making final decision, please read the Plan’s Federal brochure R1 73-549. All benefits are subject to the definitions, limitations, and exclusions set forth in the Federal brochure.
The CDPHP UBI Plan complies with all applicable Federal civil rights laws, to include both Title VII and Section 1557 of the ACA. Pursuant to Section 1557 the FEHB Plan does not discriminate, exclude people, or treat them differently on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, or sex (including pregnancy and gender identity).