Benefits, Retirement & Risk Management

32 Canfield Administration Building North (ADMN)
Lincoln, NE 68588-0409
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benefits@unl.edu

Contact Us

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the University Health Plan

The university and our health insurers have taken actions to assist our employees and their families during this time. Some of these changes are highlighted below. Please contact UMR (1-844-659-5059) or CVS (888-202-1654) to assist with any specific questions or concerns you may have.

Pharmacy Services

Relaxed Refill Restrictions. Early refill limits on 30-day prescriptions for maintenance medications at any in-network pharmacy have been temporarily removed. View the CVS Caremark Maintenance Drug List.

Free Home Delivery. CVS Pharmacy has waived charges for home delivery of all prescription medications. View the detailed Pharmacy Plan Changes Due to COVID-19 with an FAQ on the free home delivery process.

Medical Services

COVID-19 Testing. To ensure members have access to testing, there will be no member cost sharing for COVID-19 tests. Claims for COVID-19 testing will be processed without the typical deductibles and/or co-insurance rates. 100% of the testing cost will be paid by the health plan.

Telehealth Capability. We would like to remind you that our health plan does have a telehealth capability that allow you to visit a doctor while remaining in your home. Please visit www.teladoc.com to learn more about the program.

Benefits

NU Flex is the university's flexible benefits program. A flexible benefits program allows you to choose from a group of benefit options that best suit your circumstances and lifestyle. With NU Flex, you can customize your benefits to fit your personal needs. Learn more...

Retirement

Review the various retirement plan options and find out more about retiring from the university. There are several resources to help you plan for your retirement. Learn more...

Pre-Retirement Seminar

The April 14, 2020 Seminar is canceled. You can view the recording from Fall 2019

Risk Management

Risk Management is to protect and conserve the human, property, and financial resources of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The university uses a variety of financing methods that include self-insurance and commercial insurance. It is important that all faculty and staff participate in the Risk Management program in order to protect and conserve the assets of the University. Learn more about the various programs...