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Plan Design Changes Effective September 1, 2015

Here at ASEBP, we conduct regular reviews of the benefit plan to ensure we are able to continue to offer the best possible benefits to our covered members, while balancing the health of the plan as a whole.

As a result of our latest review, on September 1, 2015, we will be introducing some changes to our Extended Health Care plan. These changes are highlighted below, with more detailed information available in our Plan Design Changes Newsletter.

  • Coverage will be added for some preventative vaccines, like those used to prevent shingles and hepatitis B, as well as some travel vaccines;
  • Coverage for non-life-sustaining over-the-counter medication will be removed; and
  • An enhanced special authorization process will be introduced for five key health conditions: rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease/colitis, severe psoriasis and chronic hepatitis C. More information about the enhanced special authorization process is available in the Plan Design Changes Newsletter mentioned above, as well as the Rx Benefits section of our website.

Win a Fitbit!

ASEBP has enlisted the services of nForm, a local digital strategy consulting firm to help us assess our digital properties—websites, mobile app and other web services—to determine if there are opportunities for us to expand these services to better serve your needs. If you are interested in participating in the review process, please complete this quick volunteer survey and you may be selected for our confidential online interviews. If you complete an interview you will be entered into a draw to win one of three Fitbits.


Whooping Cough Outbreak in Northern Alberta

Alberta Health Services (AHS) has declared a whooping cough outbreak in the AHS North Zone, which covers areas in the northern half of the province. An outbreak is declared when there is an increase in the number of confirmed cases.

Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is a bacterial infection that causes severe coughing and can lead to pneumonia, brain damage and, in some cases, death. Young children and older adults are most at risk for complications.

The pertussis vaccine is covered under Alberta’s immunization program. It’s important to check your records to ensure you and your family’s vaccines are up to date. AHS is advising certain groups in the North Zone to get immunized including young children, pregnant women and those who work with young children. For more information on this outbreak, please see the AHS news release. For more information on pertussis and immunizations, visit Alberta’s immunization website.


ASEBP 2015-16 Calendar & Health Planner

2015-2016 ASEBP Calendar & Health Planner Now Available!

Looking for new ways to spruce up your wellness routine or maybe fresh ideas to kick start a new healthy habit? Look no further than the ASEBP Calendar & Health Planner! Every month you’ll find healthful challenges, tips and benefit reminders to assist you on your health journey.

Log in to My ASEBP to request your free copy today!


Staying Healthy this Summer

This month we've got some informative health articles to support your emotional, physical and nutritional well-being. In the For Your Health section we feature an exercise article on the benefits of group activity. There is also a great emotional health article on providing mental health support. Finally there is an informative nutrition article on consuming caffeine.

Be sure to check out For Your Health each month for new content!


My ASEBP's New Drug Inquiry Tool

ASEBP is excited to announce the launch of our new drug inquiry tool that allows you to search any prescription drug you are currently taking or that you and your doctor may be considering. The tool will tell you if the drug is covered under your ASEBP Extended Health Care plan and will provide information about the drug’s common uses, along with other information specific to your ASEBP plan.

Simply log into My ASEBP, go to the "Coverage" tab and then click “Drug Inquiry” to start exploring the new tool, available exclusively to ASEBP covered members! You can read more about the tool in this Frequently Asked Questions document.


ASEBP Mobile App

ASEBP Mobile

Once you've registered for a My ASEBP account don't forget to download our free mobile app. It allows you to manage your ASEBP benefits anytime, anywhere!

You can download it from the Apple App Store or from Google Play.