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WA HCA Division of Audit, Integrity, & Oversight - Audit of Dependent Verification

The Health Care Authority’s Division of Audit, Integrity, & Oversight is conducting an audit of dependent verification on behalf of the SEBB Program. They are currently in the final phase of the audit.

The initial phase consisted of the review of available documents in SEBB Benefits 24/7. The team was able to verify eligibility for the majority of the randomly selected dependents. For the final phase of the audit, subscribers will be required to provide dependent verification documents for dependents that could not be verified during the initial audit phase. The inability to verify the dependents during the initial phase was due to either dependent verification documents being insufficient or not being available in SEBB Benefits 24/7 for review.

Beginning tomorrow (6/6/2024), letters will be mailed directly to selected SEBB subscribers requesting dependent verification documents. Subscribers will be required to provide documentation within 30 days of the date in the letter. Instructions for providing the documents will be included in the letter.

Benefits 24/7 has replaced SEBB My Account

Effective Tuesday, January 16, 2024, all benefit eligible SEBB subscribers accounts are now accessible via Benefits 24/7, which has replaced SEBB My Account. If when logging onto your Benefits 24/7 account you get an error message that indicates you "are not authorized to use this application" or something similar, please try to refresh the webpage and try again. It is a glitch in the system that the WA HCA is working on correcting. We appreciate your patience as the WA HCA works to resolve this system issue.

For more information about Benefits 24/7 replacing SEBB My Account please visit the WA HCA website, "Announcements" section.

Annual Open Enrollment for 2024 is now closed!

The SEBB Program's Annual Open Enrollment (OE) was
from 12:00 a.m. on October 30, 2023
through 11:59 p.m. on November 20, 2023.

(Changes made during Annual Open Enrollment went into effect: January 1, 2024)

Certain life events let you change your benefits outside of annual open enrollment. These events are called "special open enrollment" events. To learn what events qualify for special enrollment and the steps you need to take to change your benefits, please visist the WA HCA website/"Special open enrollment" section.

23-24 SEBB Intercom Flyers

SEBB Program October 2023 Postcard - mailed to staff (Spanish translation)
SEBB Intercom October 2023 Flyer - mailed to staff 10/10/2023
SEBB Intercom February 2024 Flyer - mailed to staff 2/22/2024
SEBB Intercom May 2024 Flyer - mailed to staff 5/15/2024


Newly eligible for SEBB benefits?

CLICK HERE to learn how to enroll yourself and dependents or to waive coverage.

SEBB Enrollment Guide - Plan Comparisons, Costs, Supplemental Plans, etc..

Plan ID cards - After you enroll, your health plans will send you an identification (ID) card to show providers when you receive care.

If you have questions about your ID card, contact your plan.

The Uniform Dental Plan does not mail ID cards, but you may download one from the the Delta Dental website.

Current employee plan changes & information

Need to contact one of your plans? CLICK HERE!

What changes can you make at any time?

What changes can you make during annual open enrollment?

How do you make changes outside of annual open enrollment?

To make changes that do NOT qualify as a Special Open Enrollment (SOE) event,
the next annual open enrollment is: 

The next SEBB Program's Annual Open Enrollment (OE) will be
October-November 2024, exact dates TBD.

What happens if you stop working?

SEBB Continuation Coverage Info

Other Benefit Options:

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Free and confidential counseling services for employees. (Four sessions per person, per issue).
Contact: First Choice Health, Phone#: 1.800.777.4114. Please reference Username: shoreline

Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP) - which allows you to set aside pretax money from your paycheck to help pay for qualifying child care or elder care expenses. You must re-enroll in this benefit every year if you want to participate.

Flexible Spending Arrangements (FSAs) - allow you to set aside pretax money from your paycheck to pay for out-of-pocket health care costs. You must re-enroll in this benefit every year if you want to participate.

Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance

Long-term Disability (LTD) Insurance

SmartHealth Wellness Programs