2018 Annual Enrollment

This page highlights what you need to know about your 2018 medical benefits.

You Have One Shot

November 1 through November 15 is your only opportunity to make elections and changes to your benefits for 2018. There will not be a second window to make additional elections and changes. Make sure your elections are completed by Wednesday, November 15.

New and Improved my HR

We made some upgrades! This year you will see some slight changes when you make your Annual Enrollment elections. Click here for step by step instructions on how to enroll.

NOTE: There are no confirmation statements this year, so be sure to print your Enrollment Summary after you make your elections.

Changes to PPO1, PPO2 and PPO3

The cost of medical and prescription drug claims to DICK’S Sporting Goods rose dramatically in 2017, so we are making some changes to our medical plan offerings for 2018. See the 2018 Benefits Plan Summary for the updates that include slight increases in deductibles, copays and coinsurance. You can help to keep costs low for yourself and for DICK’S Sporting Goods by staying in-network, shopping for the highest quality, lowest cost providers and making your health a priority by getting an annual physical, preventive screenings and living a healthier lifestyle.

Reconsidering your medical plan for 2018?

Choosing the right medical coverage is easy when you have great tools at your fingertips! Have a quick chat with Alex. He’s always ready to ask questions and give his expert opinion.

New Premium rates

The cost of health care continues to rise each year. That means the amount deducted from your pay will increase for 2018. There’s no difference in premium cost between the Aetna and the Highmark BCBS network (for example, the premium for PPO1 is the same whether you choose the Aetna or Highmark BCBS network.)

Check to make sure your prescription is covered in 2018

If you enroll in any of our medical plans, Express Scripts will provide your prescription drug benefits. This means:

You’ll get an ID card from Express Scripts that you’ll use only for prescriptions.

There will be only one formulary (the list of generic and brand-name drugs covered by your pharmacy benefits). That’s important if you switch medical plans in the future.

Express Scripts will make sure you’re getting the most effective and safe medications for your condition. They’ll contact you or your doctor if they see something that requires attention.

To make sure your local pharmacy is part of the Express Scripts network and to see if your medication is on the formulary, visit the Express Scripts website. For answers to questions frequently asked about Express Scripts services, click here. Express Scripts offers savings at thousands of participating retail pharmacies throughout the country and through mail order.

Medical plan options for 2018

Each plan has a different deductible, out-of-pocket maximum and cost per pay check. Learn more.

Compare your medical options

Do a quick comparison of the 2018 medical plan options side by side.

Saving just got a lot easier

Your health plan carriers have a number of powerful tools to help you better use your benefits—and your health care dollars—throughout the year. Check them out.

Covering your dependents

Make sure you know who you can cover. If you are adding dependents, you will be required to verify eligibility during the enrollment process. Learn more about covering dependents and information you need to verify eligibility.

Covering a domestic partner? You can cover your qualified same- or opposite-sex domestic partner and their children under your medical, dental, vision and dependent life benefits. There are some specific rules about eligibility. Get the details.

Tax Form 1095-C

As required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), if you are enrolled in a DICK’S Sporting Goods medical plan, you will receive a copy of IRS Form 1095-C. The form will be mailed in January 2018. It includes information you will need for filing your 2017 income taxes.

Know the rules: HRAs and FSAs

Read this if you’re enrolled in PPO1 and the Health Care FSA.

Preventive care... Are you as healthy as you feel?

The fact is, if you haven’t had a biometric screening and annual physical, you can’t know for sure. By taking advantage of free preventive care, you can save time, money ... and sometimes your life.