Ready, set…plan

Open Enrollment is your chance to plan for your life today—and in the future. Benefits you didn’t select in the past may now be more important to you, especially if you’ve moved or had other big life changes. Make sure you’re getting the best of what Adobe has to offer you and your family.

 

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Medical plans

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Enhancements and changes

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Vision and dental

Medical plans

Adobe offers a few different medical plans that vary based on your location.

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Aetna (all employees)

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For 2022, you can select the Aetna HealthSave plan or Aetna HealthSave Basic plan. If you live outside the Aetna Choice POS II network, you can choose the Aetna Out of Area (OOA) HealthSave plan.

If you’re enrolled in Medicare or TRICARE, you can enroll in the Aetna HealthSave plan without a Health Savings Account (HSA). If you make this election, you won’t be eligible for the company HSA contribution, and you won’t be able to make individual HSA contributions.

To keep pace with increasing health care costs, employee contributions will increase for the Aetna plans. Learn more about your choices and see your health care contributions.

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Kaiser HMO (California and Washington)

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If you live within the Kaiser service area in California or Washington, you can choose the Kaiser HMO plan, which offers convenient, high-quality care all under one roof. Kaiser HMO participants can contribute to a Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for pretax health savings.

Employee contributions for Kaiser will remain the same in 2022. Learn more about your choices and see your health care contributions.

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HMSA (Hawai‘i)

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Hawai‘i employees can elect a bundled medical, dental, vision, and prescription plan through Hawai‘i Medical Service Association (HMSA) or waive health care coverage.

Employee contributions for HMSA will remain the same in 2022. See your health care contributions.

Enhancements and changes

Use Teladoc for primary care (Aetna only)

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While Aetna members currently can see a Teladoc doctor for certain acute health conditions, starting in January, you will have the option to select a Teledoc practitioner as your primary care physician. You’ll have access to convenient, flexible appointments and be able to build an ongoing virtual-care relationship with a care team who will support you in everything from preventive care to diagnosis and treatment, including referrals to in-network providers when in-person care is needed.

Medicare Transition Services

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Starting in January, connect with a licensed insurance agent who can assist you and your spouse when you’re considering Medicare. You will be able to access resources to learn about your coverage options and help you avoid confusion during Medicare enrollment. Learn more.

Vision and dental

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Blue light eye protection

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To help protect your eyes when spending time in front of a computer or other screen, Adobe is eliminating the $35 copay for blue-light-blocking coatings (known as TechShield Blue). You will be able to add this special coating to prescription lenses at no cost—for you and your enrolled family members.

You can also select nonprescription blue-light-blocking glasses instead of prescription lenses as part of your VSP benefit.

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Walmart and Sam’s Club in vision network

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Beginning January 1, in addition to Costco, Walmart and Sam’s Club vision services will become in-network retail providers for Adobe’s vision network, expanding access to vision benefits in more than 2,000 additional locations across the U.S.

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Vision and dental contributions unchanged

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VSP and Delta Dental contributions remain the same in 2022. Get complete dental and vision coverage details, and see your contributions.

Next: Benefits for your financial wellbeing

Adobe offers benefits to help you secure your financial position now and in the future.