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Employee Health Benefits Plan

Wood County is committed to maintaining a quality, affordable health care plan for its employees, although it is not a statutorily-mandated benefit.

The Commissioners are the trustees of the Health Benefits Plan.  They believe this governmental, self-insured, non-ERISA Plan is a "grandfathered health plan" under the Federal Health Care Reform: Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act. As permitted by this Act, a grandfathered health plan can preserve basic health coverage that was already in effect when the law was enacted.  Questions regarding which protections apply and which protections do not apply to a grandfathered health plan and what might cause a plan to change from grandfathered status can be directed to the Commissioners' Office at 419.354.9100.  You may also contact the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services at www.hhs.gov.

Members of the Employees Health Benefits Committee take their role of preserving the long-term viability of employee benefits very seriously.  Their task is difficult when weighing employee satisfaction and preservation of benefits.


Plan Document (Subscriber Booklet)  


Your Guide to the Wood County Health Benefits Plan (Summary Plan Description)

2023     2023 Blank Sign-off

2022     2022 Blank Sign-off    


Plan Administrators and Network Information  

Refer to the last page of the SPD     2023      2022

Prescription Formulary Information  

MyDrugBenefit (formerly RxEOB -- provides formulary information)  Log-In Instructions

Prescription Savings Program

Marketplace Notice  

2023    2022                                                                                               

Summary of Benefits and Coverage  


Wellness Programs  

Insurance Meeting Presentation for 2023 Plan Year

Miscellaneous Documents

Previous Presentations

Health Care Reform Presentations to the Employee Health Benefits Committee