open enrollment

pre-65 enrollment is here october 18, 2021

Start here to review and update your coverage for 2022.

Open enrollment is your annual opportunity to review your benefit options for the coming year. If you miss the open enrollment deadline, you generally can’t make any changes until the next open enrollment period in the fall of 2022 for 2023 benefits. However, you can make changes to certain benefits outside of the open enrollment period within the 31-day deadline after a qualifying life event. Any changes you make to your benefits coverage during open enrollment become effective January 1, 2022.

BenefitConnect

HR service center

  • 1-888-825-5247
  • 1-832-854-5800 outside the U.S.
  • 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific time
  • Monday through Friday

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pre-65 plan information

To review the plan changes for 2022, access benefit summaries and highlights, or learn more about coverage, choose a tab above to get started. You can also download a complete compilation of all 2022 plan changes here, if desired.

medical PPO

Plan changes
Plan tools and resources

high deductible health plan

Plan changes
Plan tools and resources

high deductible health plan basic

Plan changes
Plan tools and resources

medical HMO

Plan changes
  • The Chevron Medical HMO – Humana Total Health Choice and the Chevron Medical HMO – Humana USW Local 447 plans will no longer be offered effective January 1, 2022. If you’re enrolled, your coverage will be automatically changed to the Medical PPO Plan. You can select a different plan during open enrollment, if desired.
  • Contact your HMO directly for changes to your coverage effective January 1, 2022.
Plan tools and resources

medical PPO

If you are enrolled in the Chevron Medical PPO you automatically have Chevron Prescription Drug Program coverage with Express Scripts. There is no separate monthly premium for prescription drug coverage.

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high deductible health plan (HDHP)

If you are enrolled in the Chevron HDHP you automatically have Chevron Prescription Drug Program coverage with Express Scripts. There is no separate monthly premium for prescription drug coverage. 

Plan changes
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high deductible health plan basic (HDHP basic)

If you are enrolled in the Chevron HDHP Basic you automatically have Chevron Prescription Drug Program coverage with Express Scripts. There is no separate monthly premium for prescription drug coverage.

Plan changes
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medical HMO

If you are enrolled in a Chevron Medical HMO Plan prescription drug coverage is included and provided by your plan. There is no separate monthly premium for prescription drug coverage.

Plan changes
  • Contact your HMO directly for changes to your coverage effective January 1, 2022.
Plan tools and resources

dental PPO plan

With the Dental PPO, you can see any dentist you choose, but using a network provider saves you money. Delta Dental offers two different types of networks, the Delta Dental PPO and the Delta Dental Premier networks. Both options are considered network providers, so they cover the same services, have the same annual maximums, the same coinsurance or copayment levels, and covered services from these providers aren’t subject to the deductible. You also don’t have to worry about balance billing when you see a provider from either network option. The difference between the two comes down to the reduced fees the dentists have agreed to provide Dental PPO plan participants. Providers in the Delta Dental PPO network provide the greatest savings.

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dental HMO plan

Because this is an HMO plan, you must use a network dentist in order to access benefits under the Dental HMO Plan. In addition, you must visit your selected DeltaCare USA primary care dentist to receive benefits under your Dental HMO Plan. Most services not performed by your primary care dentist must be authorized by DeltaCare. When you first enroll in the Dental HMO Plan, you will be auto assigned to a primary care dentist, when applicable, by DeltaCare. You will receive a confirmation in the mail containing your primary care dentist name, your Enrollee ID, and ID card and a description of your benefits from DeltaCare. This package will also provide instructions about how you can change the primary care dentist auto assigned to you. Be sure you take action right away if you want to change to another DeltaCare USA network primary care dentist.
 
Plan changes
  • No plan changes for 2022. Contact DeltaCare USA directly with coverage questions.
Plan tools and resources

basic vision - HMO plans

If you are enrolled in a Chevron Medical HMO Plan basic vision coverage is included and provided by your plan. There is no separate monthly premium for basic vision coverage.
 
Plan changes
  • Contact your HMO directly for changes to your coverage effective January 1, 2022.
Plan tools and resources

basic vision - Medical PPO, HDHP, HDHP Basic

If you are enrolled in the Chevron Medical PPO, HDHP, or HDHP Basic you automatically have basic vision coverage under the Chevron Vision Program with VSP. There is no separate monthly premium for basic vision coverage. 
 
Plan changes
  • No plan changes for 2022
Plan tools and resources

medical PPO, HDHP, HDHP basic participants

The Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder (MHSUD) Plan with Beacon Health Options covers treatment as a result of a diagnosis of a mental illness or substance abuse. It also covers treatment for behavioral health concerns including services for depression, stress/anxiety, family or relationship issues, personal or work concerns, drug and alcohol recovery, dealing with domestic violence, eating disorders, and others. You do not need to enroll. This benefit is automatically provided to pre-65 participants enrolled in the Medical PPO, HDHP or HDHP Basic, as long as you’re not eligible for Medicare. You do not pay a monthly cost for this coverage, but you do share a portion of the costs if you receive benefits under the MHSUD Plan.
 
Plan changes
  • No plan changes for 2022.
Plan tools and resources

medical HMO participants

If you are enrolled in a Chevron Medical HMO Plan, your plan includes behavioral health coverage, available through your HMO. Coverage under the Chevron MHSUD is not available. Contact your Medical HMO directly for information about behavioral health coverage and changes for 2022, if any.
While flexible spending account plans are not offered to retirees, depending on when you retired or left Chevron, you may have been participating in the one of these plans as an employee or while enrolled in COBRA coverage (if available) during the effective dates of these plan changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please note the following flexible spending account updates if this applies to you; otherwise you may disregard this information.
 

health care spending account (HCSA)

  • Information coming soon.

dependent day care spending account (DCSA)

  • Information coming soon.

pre-65 decision tools

decision tools

enrollment milestones

All benefits-eligible retirees must enroll in Chevron retiree health benefits upon reaching certain enrollment milestones. Review the milestones here to refresh your understanding.

dependent verification

You are required to verify the eligibility of any new pre-65 dependents you enroll in your health plans, if allowed. Learn more to prepare.

post-65 information

post-65 enrollment

Post-65 open enrollment is October 15 through December 7, 2021. Post-65 eligible participants can make changes to 2022 individual health coverage during the Via Benefits open enrollment period.

via Benefits Online

post-65 phone

  • Via Benefits
  • 1-844-266-1392 (Inside the U.S.)
  • 1-801-994-9805 (Outside the U.S.)
  • Monday through Friday
  • 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific time
  • 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Central time