Choices 2015 - All Employees
Choices 2014 - All Employees
New York State Health Insurance Transaction Form (PS-404) - CLICK HERE
The New York State Department of Civil Service and the Employee Benefits Division web site, NYSHIP Online, also has a Comparison Plan Tool. To access this tool, you will need to create a NYS Civil Service user id and password. This same user id and password is used to access your health insurance records online. For detailed instructions on how to find MyNYSHIP online and access your records, visit: nyshiponline.
My New York State Health Insurance Program (MyNYSHIP) is the online source to your personal enrollment record as a participant in the New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP). This service is currently only available to New York State active employees.
You need a Civil Service ID to access your MyNYSHIP account. If you don't already have a Civil Service ID you will be given one through the MyNYSHIP registration process. Instructions on Accessing MyNYSHIP.
MyNYSHIP currently allows you to:
The following documents pertain to enrolling a Domestic Partner in the New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP) and the Dental and Vision programs administered by New York State.
The New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP) Student Employee Health Plan (SEHP) is a health insurance plan for SUNY graduate and teaching assistant employees and their families. The Plan provides medical, dental and vision care benefits.
Benefits can be viewed at: SEHP Summary of Benefits
SEHP - At a Glance
The Summary of Benefits and Coverage is a simple and standardized four-page comparison tool that is intended to help consumers better understand and compare available health insurance options. There are four main sections – Important Questions, Common Medical Events, Excluded Services & Other Covered Services and Coverage Examples. The Coverage Examples reflect scenarios for Having a Baby and Managing Type II Diabetes. These Coverage Examples are based on presumptions of what services a person may receive over a year of each scenario. The Coverage Examples do not reflect the actual cost to the enrollee.
Some terms in the Summary of Benefits and Coverage appear in bold and are underlined. These terms are defined in the Uniform Glossary, a companion document to the SBC. These definitions are intended to improve consumer understanding of common terms and do not necessarily reflect the plan’s definition of the same term.
While this information may be helpful, employees should refer to other plan material, such as the Choices booklet for more comprehensive coverage and benefit information, prior to making a decision regarding choosing a health plan.