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  2. High-deductible health plan - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-deductible_health_plan

    A qualifying plan is defined as a health plan that has a minimum deductible not less than some IRS-defined minimum deductible, and a maximum out-of-pocket expense not more than some IRS-defined out-of-pocket maximum, which the Internal Revenue Service may modify each year to reflect change in cost of living. According to the instructions for ...

  3. Find A Doctor - Dean Health Plan

    www.deancare.com/find-a-doctor

    If you need assistance accessing information or documents on the Dean Health Plan website and require the information be provided in an alternate format, please contact our call center at 1-800-279-1301 (TTY: 711).

  4. MinuteClinic - CVS Pharmacy

    www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/insurance-and-billing/...

    HMO members, please confirm your plan's rules to access MinuteClinic. Your out-of-pocket payment may be higher if you do not adhere to your plan's guidelines. If you learn that the service you're seeking is not covered, you can still visit MinuteClinic and choose another method of payment.

  5. Internal Recruitment - AdventHealth

    careers.adventhealth.com/internal-recruitment

    Welcome To the Internal Recruitment Program . We are excited that you are considering new opportunities within the organization! This page is designed to connect you with our dedicated Internal Recruitment team; available to answer your questions and make it easy for you to explore our numerous openings across 9 states.

  6. Regrettably, this notice concerns an incident that occurred involving some of that information at a business associate of BUMC, Advent Health Partners (“Advent”). Advent provides claims management services to BUMC and was sent information by your health provider to assist with the medical billing process.

  7. Training - U.S. Office of Personnel Management

    www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/labor...

    In collaboration with the Employee and Labor Relations (ELR) Network, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Accountability and Workforce Relations (AWR), sponsors training for human resources practitioners, such as labor relations specialists who represent federal agencies.