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    You do not need to file a 1095 form with your federal tax return, but some members may need the form to comply with state reporting requirements. If you did not receive your Form 1095-B by mail, you may request a copy by:

    Emailing: 1095Bhelp@benesys.com

    Calling: (408) 588-3753 between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM PST

    Writing to:
    BeneSys, Inc.
    6293 San Ignacio Ave
    San Jose, CA  95119

    ATTN: 1095-B Requests

    Your request MUST include: (1) your Plan’s name (IBEW Local 234 Health and Welfare Plan), (2) the member’s name, (3) your name if you are not the primary member, (4) the address you would like the form sent to and (5) the phone number we can call if we have any questions.

    Please call (408) 588-3753 with any questions about Form 1095-B.

    Salinas Valley Memorial

    Update 11/28/2023: Salinas Valley Memorial is back in-network with Anthem Blue Cross retro to August 1, 2023.


    Introducing your new Nurse Advocate, Anita Alvarez

    October 2023


    Dear Members of IBEW Local 234,


    My name is Anita Alvarez. I will be your new health advocate. I am a registered nurse (RN) and a certified Public Health Nurse (PHN). I am also a certified Health Coach. I have worked, as a nurse, for many years serving the central coast communities of Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito Counties. Throughout my career, I have worked with and have assisted all ages of people, including pregnant moms, infants, teens, adults, and seniors. What motivates me in my nursing work is the desire to help individuals and communities be and stay healthy. I am here to support you and your families to achieve and maintain the best of health and wellbeing.


    As your nurse health advocate, I will be available to assist you and your families with a wide range of health-related matters.


    These include:

    ·        Providing you with medical information and health care guidance.

    ·        Answering your questions about your medical benefits.

    ·        Assisting you with claims.

    ·        Helping with expediting authorizations for appointments.

    ·        Assisting you to find medical and mental health care providers.

    ·        Providing you with community resources (often free).

    ·        Accompanying you to medical appointments, if needed.

    ·        One on one health coaching to help you achieve your health care goals.


    I am available to assist you from 12pm to 5pm, Monday through Friday. My confidential work cell phone number is: 831-741-8677. Call or text me. You can also email me at: anita@ibew234.org. I will respond during my working hours.


    I look forward to meeting you and assisting you with your health care needs, 


  • Q1. I have a question about my benefit information represented on the website?
    Answer: For any question about your personal fringe benefits or if you feel that your benefit information is being incorrectly represented on the website, please contact the fund office.

    Q2. How do I access my account information?
    Answer: To access your fringe benefit information, you will need to register with the 16 digit number that you received in the mail. If you have not received your login information by mail or no longer have it, please contact the fund office.

    Q3. Can I change my password to something else?
    Answer: Yes. We recommend that you do change your password to something you can easily remember.

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    Anthem - Machine - Readable Files - In-Network and Out-of-Network

    Client Employer Identification Number (EIN) # 94-6250011

     For Link, please click here.

    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 between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.