If my covered spouse does not meet the Partnership Promise and I drop him or her from my coverage, can I re-enroll in the Partnership Promise PPO or Promise HealthSavings CDHP (state and higher education employees) for the following year?

Yes. If the head of contract fulfills the Partnership Promise but the covered spouse does not, the head of contract may re-enroll in the Partnership Promise PPO or Promise HealthSavings CDHP during annual enrollment ONLY if the non-compliant spouse is dropped from coverage.


You must first drop the non-compliant spouse from coverage before you can re-enroll in the Partnership Promise PPO or Promise HealthSavings CDHP, if these plan options are offered. You must submit a paper form before the end of the annual enrollment period to notify Benefits Administration that you would like to be moved back to the Partnership Promise PPO or Promise HealthSavings CDHP. This change will be made after the enrollment period ends and Benefits Administration confirms with Healthways that you completed the Promise.

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