KPS Federal Employee Plans
If you are looking for affordable, high quality health coverage that gives you the freedom and choices you want…
KPS has the right health plan for you. KPS has been covering Federal Employees since 1967, giving members
the freedom of choice. As a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), KPS gives you access to our expansive network
of local and statewide participating providers and the freedom to choose your own physicians and other health care
professionals without referrals.
You will find our plan information listed on the OPM website under the State Specific HMO, HDHP and CDHP Plans
category; however, KPS is a Point-of-Service (POS) plan.
You deserve a plan that meets the price and coverage you and your family need. With KPS, you can choose from a zero
deductible plan, a low deductible plan, and a high deductible health plan compatible with a Health Savings Account
(HSA). All of these plans are backed by quality customer service that Federal Employees consistently rank
among the top in the country.
Please note: With the exception of members of Congress or designated congressional staff, the Health Insurance Marketplace does not affect FEHB Program enrollees. For additional information, visit OPM's website.
2015 FEHB Plans:
* KPS covers you worldwide for regular plan services as well as emergency care. Notify KPS Health Plans by completing the Out of Service Area Notification form and email, mail, or fax it back to KPS. Out of state provider services and prescriptions may require payment up front. See FEHB Service Area Coverage FAQ or contact KPS to learn more at email@example.com or 1-800-552-7114.
After becoming a KPS member, you will have online customer service where and when you need it! All members are eligible to sign up for MYKPS, our secure online service where you can access your claims records, request a new ID card, create a personalized wellness program, and much, much more.
Note for federal members: cost shares for specialty drugs are not stated correctly on the secure Pharmacy Toolbox Benefit Highlights page. See 2015 Benefits and Rates, Prescription Drugs Tier 4 & 5 for the correct cost shares.
Choosing Wisely is an initiative led by the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation, and partnering with organizations such as Consumer Reports to encourage physicians, patients and other health care stakeholders to think and talk about medical tests and procedures that may be unnecessary.
KPS Planning Transition Into GHO
KPS is planning to transition its business and operations into Group Health Options, Inc. (GHO), effective Dec. 31, 2015.
Both KPS and GHO are subsidiaries of Group Health Cooperative and share a commitment to providing high-quality choice plans and service. Combining the two companies into one will streamline health plan administration work, enhance member access, help keep costs in check, and better serve members for the long term.
"We are in the process of working with regulators to obtain their approvals," said Jim Page, president of KPS Health Plans. "Once approved, our intention is that the transition be as seamless as possible to members and providers of KPS."
KPS members will not experience a change to their KPS health plan for the remainder of their current plan year.
KPS offers preferred provider organization (PPO) plans to employers, a Federal Employee Health Benefits Program and Medicare Supplement plans. KPS currently serves approximately 23,000 members throughout the state of Washington, with a significant percentage of members in Kitsap, Mason, Jefferson and Clallam counties.
KPS has mailed notifications to its providers and members to inform them of the transition.
Need help? Go to Frequently Asked Questions or call KPS Customer Service at 800-552-7114.
For media inquiries about the transition, please call Selena Davis in External Relations at 253-383-6271.