This summer OMA Insurance announced the changes to the OMA Priority Insurance Program (OPIP), from the flat annual contribution to an annual contribution plus a monthly subsidized premium.
By now, you will have had a chance to review your personalized letter that was mailed back in September which explained your estimated OPIP basic premiums and government subsidy reduction. On November 30th we’ll be mailing your OPIP Annual Renewal package.
This OPIP Renewal package will be similar to the letter in that it will outline all of your specific coverage (both the core benefits and any upgrade options), the percentage of your subsidized premium reduction and the remaining out-of-pocket expense to be paid by you. For those who have the Health Spending Account (HSA) only, you will be subject to just the one-time annual withdrawal. We’re also including a handy infographic to visually help explain the 2019 OPIP changes.
With the new monthly payment structure, we require you to complete the Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) Agreement form that was enclosed along with your personalized letter sent in September. This will allow us to make the required monthly withdrawals from your account rather than the previous annual one-time withdrawal. (Those who have the Health Spending Account (HSA) only, you will be subject to just the one-time annual withdrawal.) For your convenience you can scan and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax it to 1.800.367.0813. Still like to send things via mail? You can send it to:
OMA Insurance Inc., Association Billing Department1 York Street, 22nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B6
OMA Insurance Inc., Association Billing Department
1 York Street, 22nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B6
As always, OPIP has been designed to provide flexibility and choice for our members and we remain committed in bringing you the best value possible.
Contact OMA Insurance at email@example.com or call 1.800.758.1641, option #1. Our staff are here to help you with any questions or concerns you might have.