What is an Accident Plan
The NCFlex Accident Plan is designed to provide specific benefit payments directly to the covered member for specific injuries and events resulting from a covered accident. Medical treatment is covered by the State Health Plan (if enrolled). The amount of benefit depends on the type of injury and care received.
Regular (non-temp) SHRA/EHRA employees who work 20 hours per week (.5 FTE) or greater are eligible to enroll in the this plan. Employees pay full cost for employee coverage in addition to any dependent coverage selected.
- Employees must enroll within 30 days of their hire date or within 30 days of a qualified life event. Evidence of Insurability may apply outside of the newly hired initial 30-day eligibility period.
- Coverage begins the first of the month following your hire/start date.
- Coverage will end on the last day of the month in which your employment ends. For example, if your last day of work is March 20, your coverage would end on March 31.
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Employees can choose from four enrollment levels:
- Employee Only
- Employee + Family
- Employee + Spouse
- Employee + Child(ren)
To enroll, go to the MyPack Portal and log in. Under the Employee Self Service tiles>Click on the Benefit Details tile>Click on Enroll in Benefits (on the left–make sure your pop up blocker is off). You will be logged in to the online enrollment system.
To make changes, go to the MyPack Portal and log in. Under the Employee Self Service tiles>Click on the Benefit Details tile>Click on Enroll in Benefits (on the left–make sure your pop up blocker is off). You will be logged in to the online enrollment system. Changes made in the online enrollment system by the 10th of the month should be reflected in the next payroll.
Claim forms are available on the NCFlex web site.