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CSC Infection Disease Control Policy Rule (Revised 3-31-2020)
CSC Amendment - EFMLA & EPSL
FFCRA FAQ
FFCRA Poster 

FSA and HSA  On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed into Law the CARES Act, which permanently reinstates coverage of over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and medicines as eligible for reimbursement from the Health Savings Account (HSA) and the Flexible Spending Account (FSA) without the need for a prescription.  Additionally, the CARES Act added menstrual care products as an eligible expense you may purchase with your FSA or HSA accounts.   

As a reminder, if you are using your FSA or HSA debit card, please remember to keep your receipts just in case your expenses are substantiated. 

Douglas County COVID-19 Information  
CDC - How to Stop the Spread 
COVID-19 Psychological First Aid 
Stress and the Threat of Coronavirus part 1
Stress and the Threat of Coronavirus part 2

BCBS Telehealth Visits 
There is no member cost for Telehealth Visits during this public health crisis under the Blue Cross Blue Shield Nebraska plan (includes high-deductible plan) Register at AMWell.com  844-SEE-DOCS (844-733-3627) or download the app (Apple Store/Google Play)

CHI offers free Virtual Care: chihealth.com/en/services/virtual-care or 1-844-355-2273

Aflac - FAQ related to pandemic / live chat - www.aflac.com/contactus  /  800-992-3522 (M-F 7a-7p CST)

 


 

The Pension Projection in Oracle self-service is not accurate for participants who fall under the new rule (i.e. any non-union hired after January 1, 2012). Notice will be posted, once corrected. Projections are not available for employees with less than five years of service.

 


 

The provisions of this information are not intended and do not create an express or implied contract of employment or an offer of employment between the County and its employees nor any guarantee or promise that benefits referenced here are permanent or cannot be changed. While retirees and current employees are offered the opportunity to participate in a subsidized medical insurance program until age 65, the ability to participate as well as the premiums are not guaranteed in the future and are subject, at any time, to change by the County Board of Commissioners. If there is any conflict in the information state or otherwise communicated, the plan provisions prevail. Please contact Human Resources with any questions.