Presbyterian Health Plan provides value added services through BenefitSource to their major commercial, ASO and SCI health plan products.
All members and enrolled dependents are eligible for the BenefitSource Value Added benefits and services at no additional cost. A detailed description of these benefits and services are described here. A brief list of discount programs and services is:
- Supplemental Vision Care;
- Senior Care Services such as Meals on Wheels, Hearing Hardware and Non-medical home health care, all services to facilitate seniors remaining in their home as long as possible;
- Complementary and Alternative medicine visits for Acupuncture and Chiropractic care;
- Wellness Service visits for massage therapy, spa services, cryotherapy, and discounted membership for New Mexico Sports and Wellness and Aesthetics and Athletics:
- Entertainment and Life Enhancement discounts for membership at a local country club, Dave and Busters, Toltec Brewing, Lyon Auto Spa, Wigs by Mary Lou, and Advanced Prosthetics & Orthotics.
Federal Employees and their enrolled dependents
In addition to being automatically enrolled for the Value Added benefits and services listed above, federal employees that are PHP members may also purchase any one of three dental options that best fit their dental health needs:
- Option 1: Sandia Plan. Members enjoy savings with our low, preset fees on most types of dental work. This includes coverage for preventive, basic and major services as well as orthodontics. This option is an In-Network plan only and has year round open enrollment. Sandia Plan Fee Schedule.
- Option 2: Elite Plan. This plan is a comprehensive PPO indemnity dental plan. Th Elite Plan allows you to see what your out-of-pocket cost will be before you even see a dentist. For a comprehensive list of these savings review the Elite Plan Fee Schedule
- Option 3: PPO Dental Plan. This is a traditional dental indemnity plan with freedom of choice to see any dentist. Members have lower out of pocket cost and no balance billing when using PPO Dental Providers. This plan also includes coverage for orthodontics (braces) for children to age 19.
Vision Materials Benefit for Federal Employees: BenefitSource and Vision Care Direct have teamed up to provide the option to purchase a vision materials plan. This plan helps with purchasing eye glass frames, a variety of lenses for eye glasses or contact lenses. Members obtain this benefit through the Vision Care Direct network of providers. To search for vision care providers, please use the VCDPlus Plan Providers at www.visioncaredirect.com
Open Enrollment is limited to the Federal Employee Health Benefit Open Season held every fall.
Learn more about these plans, review the Presbyterian Health Plan Dental and Vision Options.
And for a sneak peak at 2020, review and enroll for 2020 with the PHP Federal Dental and Vision Application
Presbyterian Individual and Family Plan
Presbyterian Health Plan and BenefitSource have partnered to provide dental coverage to Presbyterian Individual and Family Plan members. This is a PPO Dental Plan, so members have lower out-of-pocket costs when obtaining dental care within the network. Members are also covered for out of network service, but at higher out of pocket costs. This plan is underwritten and administered by Companion Life Insurance Company. Members must be enrolled in the Presbyterian Individual and Family Plan to enroll in this dental program. For more information about this dental plan, please review the Presbyterian Individual and Family Dental Plan brochure and application.
For comprehensive information about the Presbyterian Individual and Family Plan go here.
There are many exciting benefits for Presbyterian Medicare Advantage Plan Members!
Presbyterian Small Group Plan
Presbyterian has created a plan especially for small groups, groups with 50 or fewer employees. Included in this comprehensive program is the BenefitSource High Option and Standard Option dental plans and the Presbyterian Small Group Dental Application. For a complete description of this program from Presbyterian follow this link.