Benefits Administration

Public Service Center
250 S. Fourth St., Room 100
Minneapolis, MN 55415
[email protected]
Phone: 612-673-2282
Fax: 612-284-7989

Medical Insurance

Medical Plan Information

2021 Networks and Contributions

 2021 Medical Rate Table

2020 Networks and Contributions

Rate Table

Semi-Monthly Rates

The premium amounts shown above will be deducted from each of your first two paycheck per month. 

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Enrolling in a Medical Plan

Most regular, full-time employees may enroll for benefit coverage to be effective on the first of the month following the first day of employment. Waiting periods and participation start dates can be found in the policy or collective bargaining agreement governing your employment.

Other employees may become eligible to enroll in the medical plan and HRA/VEBA due to provisions of the Affordable Care Act. If this applies to you, plan and enrollment information will be provided at the time you become eligible.

If you have questions on your eligibility for the medical plan, please contact the Benefits Office.

Plan Design

The City of Minneapolis Medical Plan features one plan design with a choice of provider networks. The plan provides coverage for a wide range of covered services including physician services, hospital services and prescription drugs.

Provider Network Options

When you enroll, you must select one provider network from the available options to provide care for you and all dependents covered by your plan. 

Medica Choice® Passport 

Consider selecting Medica Choice Passport if it's important to you to be able to see a wide range of providers without a referral. 

Medica Elect®  

Consider selecting the Medica Elect network if you'd prefer to designate a primary care provider to coordinate any specialty care you may need.  Here is a list of primary care clinics as of 1/1/20. 2020 primary care provider list.

Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)

Consider selecting one of the ACO networks listed below if you already use the providers that participate and would like to receive more personalized care and services at a lower cost. With the ACOs, you don't need to designate a primary care clinic or get a referral for specialty care, but you must get all your care from the ACO in order to receive in-network benefits.

VantagePlus with MedicaSM (ACO)  

Park Nicollet First with MedicaSM (ACO) 

Ridgeview Community Network® powered by Medica (ACO)

For more information on your plan and network options, review the Health Plan Resource Website

Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC)

As part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) employers are required to provide a standard Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) for each plan.  


Last updated Nov 9, 2020



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