Dependent Eligibility Verification Program
All faculty and staff who have a dependent (that is, your husband, wife, children, domestic partner or a child of a domestic partner) enrolled in a Wright State University health care plan, and have not responded up until this point, will receive a third and final notice addressed to your home from HMS Employer Solutions. The letter will detail the steps and documentation needed to confirm the eligibility of your enrolled family members. Please watch for your letter mailed to your home address.
If you do not have family members enrolled in a Wright State health care plan, you will not receive a letter.
If you have completed this process, please disregard any notice. Once you have confirmed eligibility of your enrolled family members with HMS, you will receive a post card mailed to your home address within five to seven business days.
If you do not receive a letter but believe you should have, or if you have questions regarding the required documentation, please contact HMS Employer Solutions at 1-855-361-3595 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday. You can also visit the HMS website at www.auditOS.com. Please note, this site will only be available during an active verification.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation during this verification process. Additional information is posted on the Department of Human Resources website at www.wright.edu/hr. If you have any questions about the information in this email, please respond to this message at HR_benefits@wright.edu.
Contact number for Chapman Kelley/ HMS, who is assisting Wright State with this project, is 1-855-361-3595 with hours 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. or their website is https://auditos.com
The WSU’s definition of eligible dependent for medical, dental and vision plans:
Your Eligible Spouse as recognized under the laws of the state where you live.
Your eligible registered same or opposite sex Domestic Partner.
Your child from birth to age 28 (coverage extends to the end of the month in which the child turns 28).
Your child age 26 or older who cannot work to support themselves due to mental retardation or physical or mental handicap.
A child is defined as a natural blood related child, step-child, child of your registered domestic partner, legally adopted child or child placed with the employee for adoption, child for which the employee or employee’s spouse has permanent legal custody or legal guardianship or any child for whom you are required by a Qualified Medical Child Support Order to provide health care coverage.
To review additional information related to eligible children criteria under Federal and State Law, please see the following link.