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Open Enrollment

Annual Open Enrollment for 2024 coming soon!

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

(Changes made during Annual Open Enrollment are effective: January 1, 2024)

Prepare for Open Enrollment

The School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program’s annual Open enrollment is your opportunity to select health plans that best fit your needs and those of your family.

It is important to take steps to prepare and research your plan options and their costs. Whether you’re selecting a new plan or staying with your current plan, we’ve put together some tips to help you feel confident that you are making the best decision. See the tips

Review important changes to plans

Many medical plan premiums are significantly increasing for 2024. See the premiums and what's changing for SEBB. More information will be available on the SEBB open enrollment webpage starting September 29. Additional information about these changes will also be available in the October edition of the Intercom newsletter.

SEBB Medical Plans

SEBB 2023 Medical Plan Rates & Deductibles

SEBB Medical Plans Comparison

Kaiser Permanente NW plans Find Providers

Kaiser Permanente WA plans Find Providers

Uniform Medical plans (UMP) Find Providers

Premera plan Find Providers

SEBB Dental/Vision Plans

How do SEBB Dental Plans Work

Dental Plan Comparison

 All Dental Plans - Find Provider


Vision Benefits Ages 19 and Over 

Vision Benefits Under Age 19

Vision Plan Comparison


All Vision Plans - Find Provider

Other Benefit Options

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.

How do you get 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.

Contact the plans

You should contact the plans directly when you have questions about:

  • Benefit details (including Rx coverage)
  • Finding a doctor or dentist
  • ID cards
  • Copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, or claims
  • Health plan complaints or appeals
  • Using the plan's website

CLICK HERE for plan contact information.

What should you do if you can't log in to your Secure Access Washington account, to access your SEBB My Account? CLICK HERE!

The most accurate, current information about your benefits is available from the Washington Health Care Authority (WA HCA) website, in the "School Employees" section.