Get your free flu shot by January 31, 2022.

Review the flu shot voucher (PDF, 85 KB) that came with your 2022 Benefits Brochure.
Click here to find a participating pharmacy.

Biometric screenings can help keep you healthy.

Knowing your numbers is a good start to good health. You can obtain a biometric screening in person or use the new in-home testing kit. Review your biometric screening options here (PDF, 85 KB).

Employee Assistance Program (EAP): CCA@YourService

The unprecedented challenges we're currently facing due to COVID-19 have forced us to cope with mounting fear, stress and uncertainty. Remember, help is available when you need it.

Free, confidential help is available to all employees and their family members 24/7 from the Employee Assistance Program through CCA@YourService.

You can speak to a trained professional counselor at +1-800-833 8707, visit myccaonline.com (code: UBS) and/or download the app from the Apple Store and Google Play. 

Did you know?

UBS provides a telemedicine option available through a partnership with each of our health insurance carriers: Aetna (Teledoc), Cigna (MD Live) and Anthem (Live Health on Line). The telemedicine option is accessible through each of the carriers' mobile app or through their website. Employees must create a profile on the carrier's telemedicine site prior to first use.

NOTE: Plan deductible amounts will apply to the use of telehealth services.

COVID-19 test and treatment costs are covered by your UBS medical plan

Costs for physician-ordered testing and treatment for patients who meet CDC guidelines will be paid by your UBS plan. No deductible or coinsurance will apply for enrolled employees and their covered dependents. This is in accordance with a ruling issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on March 11, 2020 specifically for individuals enrolled in HSA-eligible high-deductible health plans. Employees enrolled in other health plans should contact their carrier regarding coverage.

Click here to read the IRS ruling.

If you suspect you may have been exposed to the coronavirus or are exhibiting symptoms, you should consult with your health care provider to make the appropriate testing recommendation that are in line with CDC guidelines.