Supplemental Life Insurance Change
Cooper University Health Care has selected New York Life as our Life and Disability Carrier effective January 1, 2023. This change will allow you to buy Supplemental Life coverage without having to provide Evidence of Insurability (EOI) up to higher amounts.
When it comes to benefits, there is not a "one size fits all" plan. That's why Cooper offers employees the opportunity to supplement their traditional insurance with voluntary benefit programs that can help meet their individual needs and budget.
The Health Care FSA annual maximum plan contribution limit will increase from $2,850 to $3,050 for the new plan year. The Commuter FSA maximum limit will increase from $280 to $300 per month.
Medical & RX Plan Tier Changes
Cooper is adding an Employee + Child coverage tier to make payroll costs more equitable for team members that only cover one child under a Cooper University Health Care Medical Plan.
Cooper University Health Care is enhancing the Preferred PPO and Buy-Up PPO plans.
Preferred PPO Annual Maximum is increasing to $1,500 Per Person
Buy-Up PPO Annual Maximum is increasing to $2,000 Per Person
Cooper University Health Care is enhancing the EyeMed Vision plan if you use a EyeMed PLUS Provider:
$0 Exam copay
$50 Extra cash to spend on frames
Look for a PLUS Provider at eyemed.com
Ready to enroll?
To get started with your enrollment, access Employee Self Service (ESS) by clicking the button below. Remember to have personal information on hand, such as Social Security numbers and birth dates of dependents. NOTE: You must be connected to Cooper's network to access the site.
Need help navigating your benefit options?
For questions regarding Medical/Rx, Dental, Vision or FSA benefits:
Contact the Conner Strong & Buckelew Member Advocacy Team to speak with a specially trained representative who can help guide you through Open Enrollment. Call Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (Eastern Time) or submit a request online, anytime.
For questions regarding Retirement benefits, contact Fidelity:
Questions about your retirement benefits should be directed to Fidelity via the phone number or website below.