Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance

Medical, dental and vision benefits require that you enroll within 45 days of your date of hire. If you fail to enroll in medical, dental or vision insurance within the 45-day deadline, you will be defaulted to no coverage. You will not be entitled to the Cash in Lieu of Medical benefit or (if you are in an eligible employee group) vision coverage. You will be unable to enroll in a medical, dental or vision plan until the next Open Enrollment period, usually in October, with coverage effective January 1st of the following year. The Benefits Handbook provides helpful information. 

Log In to Enroll or Make Changes 

Or follow these steps: Log into Academica, Click 'Employee Resources', Click 'Employee Self-Service', Click 'Benefit Plan Enrollment & Changes'. Click here for full instructions

For customer service, call Businessolver's Wayne State Benefits Center: 888-907-1433

Contact us when you have changes:

Log in to Businessolver to Make Changes if...

  • Your spouse or dependents change (marriage, divorce, birth, adoption, death)
  • You change union affiliation or become non-represented due to a job change
  • You elected to participate in the university's Cash In-Lieu of Medical option and you lose your other medical coverage

For customer service, call Businessolver's Wayne State Benefits Center: 888-907-1433

Contact the WSU HR Service Center within 30 days if...

  • You change your address (you may update your address online using Academica)
  • You, your spouse or a dependent becomes eligible for Medicare
  • You changed jobs at Wayne State University
  • You are laid off
  • You are placed on an unpaid Family and Medical Leave, Workers' Compensation Leave or Leave of Absence

When contacting the HR Service Center please have your nine-digit Banner ID (found on your WSU OneCard) available for telephone conversations and include it in all correspondence.

Email: askhr@wayne.edu
Phone: (313) 577-3000

This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to access and analyze data more easily.