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“Your Track to Health” brand and website replaces RR Info Depot

CLEVELAND, July 23 — BLET members are being advised of a new online destination for information about health and welfare benefits, titled "Your Track to Health."

Launched in late June 2013, “Your Track to Health” contains information about a wide array of health and welfare benefits and resources available to eligible railroad employees and their dependents. It replaces the previous Railroad Information Depot.

The information on this new website gives members information from key providers, such as Aetna, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Express-Scripts, MetLife, and EyeMed.

Members should know that when they see the “Your Track to Health” brand used on communications and in materials, that the information is important and is being provided to help you and your dependents better understand and optimize your health and welfare benefits.

The “Your Track to Health” website will provide several new features in the coming months, including:

• Secure sign on, which allows eligible employees and their dependents who are enrolled in the health and welfare benefits to securely access and manage personal benefits information online; and

• An email registration and subscription center, which allows eligible employees and their dependents to opt-in to receive important benefits, enrollment and health/wellness information, alerts and updates via email. The subscription center is where you can update and manage your email communications preferences.

Additional information can be found on the following flyer (PDF).

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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