APWUAmerican Postal Workers Union
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The APWU CDHP is a small but growing FEHBP health plan whose enrollees were younger than PPO plan enrollees, and healthier and better educated than other new plan and PPO enrollees.
On November 20, the NRLCA and the USPS tentatively agreed to extend their current contract for 4 years, with economic terms similar to those reached in arbitration earlier in the year between the Usps and the APWU and the NALC.
During this round of contract talks, the APWU made the unprecedented move of bringing consumer issues to the bargaining table, insisting that quality service is crucial to maintaining a strong, public Postal Service.
The Consumer Driven Option The Consumer Driven Option is APWU Health Plan's solution for affordable and comprehensive care.
National Plans: APWU Health Plan (CDHP, Standard), GEHA High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP, High), NALC (FFS, High), and SAMBA (FFS, Standard)
March 11, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In 2010 the APWU Health Plan in a joint venture with UnitedHealthcare introduced an innovative diabetes management program to its Consumer Driven Option members.
15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- APWU Health Plan announces new rates and benefits for 2011.
The PHCS Network is available to union members in eleven states through APWU Health Plan's well-regarded High Option, a fee-for-service plan.
The APWU represents employees who work as clerks, mechanics, vehicle drivers, custodians and some administrative positions.
Key contributing factors in the selection of SeeBeyond by APWU Health Plan included the Company's deep healthcare industry experience, comprehensive solution for HIPAA compliance, and partnership with leading HIPAA transaction certification and validation company, Claredi.
This year, 49 of the 50 hospitals on the list are a part of APWU Health Plan's extensive preferred provider network.
APWU-DDAL has more than 4,000 members and is part of the national APWU, which has more than 350,000 members employed in the federal and private sectors.