MaineHealth offers a Total Rewards package that includes comprehensive and competitive benefits, along with programs and resources to meet the diverse needs of our workforce. MaineHealth:
- Understands every care team member is unique, including your health care needs. That’s why we provide choice and flexibility.
- Recognizes that work is only one part of your life, which is why we offer a range of offerings to support your overall well-being, inside and outside of work.
- Provides a variety of ways to help you earn and save, including competitive compensation and comprehensive retirement benefits.
- Invests in helping you achieve your goals and career aspirations.
MaineHealth Care Team Members
- For health plan information, please visit aetna.com.
- Whether this is open enrollment time or you are joining the MaineHealth family, please take some time to visit the MaineHealth Benefits Portal to learn more or download forms and our benefits guide.
- If you have questions or would like to talk to a member of the Care Team Member Support Center, please call 207-661-4000 or click the ASK HR icon on your desktop or submit your question online.
MaineHealth sponsors two health plans administered through Aetna. No matter which plan you choose, you will have high-quality health coverage and access to a broad network of health care providers and facilities. If you’re a new care team member and want more detailed plan information, visit the library in the MaineHealth Benefits Portal. If you are currently enrolled in the health plan and are looking for plan information such as checking your claims, requesting a new ID card, or finding providers in network, visit aetna.com.
FSAs allow you to pay certain out-of-pocket health care and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. You can use the money you contribute to your health care FSA to pay for certain expenses that are not fully covered by your health, dental or vision plans. For more information, visit the MaineHealth Benefits Portal or HealthEquity.
MaineHealth conducts an eligibility audit of all care team members with new dependents enrolled in benefit plans. The Dependent Verification Center will mail a packet to your home with specific details on the required documentation. More information can be found on the MaineHealth Benefits Portal.
If you cannot work due to your own injury or illness, MaineHealth provides short-term disability (STD) and long-term disability (LTD) coverage. More information can be found on the MaineHealth Benefits Portal or learn more from Unum on how to file a leave request and/or a short-term disability claim.
Qualifying care team members, who are on an approved leave of absence and who have exhausted their PTO bank, may be eligible to receive donated PTO. Please submit requests here.
The Federal Transparency in Coverage Final Rule requires that health insurers and self-funded health benefit plans must post machine-readable files (MRFs) on a public website. Use this link to access these MRFs, which include:
- Negotiated service rates
- Out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and health care providers
These files will permit the public access to health plan payment information to help understand pricing and costs for health care services. Some of these files are very large and may several minutes to download.