must file with the Trust Office by June 30, 2017.
CRESTOR:The cholesterol drug, is now off patent, meaning that it is no longer a Brand Name, but a generic. As a Brand Name, it was available through CanaRx, but as a generic, it must be purchased as a MAIL ORDER maintenance medication through ProAct.
Members should get a new Prescription for Crestor and submit it to ProAct. If you do not have a Mail Order profile with ProAct, please go to the Rx page, download the ProAct documents, and submit.
Rx: The new Pharmacy Benefit Manager is ProAct.
Out of Area forms for students are no longer needed, but a copy of the students college registration and schedule needs to be submitted to the Trust Office each semester.
Trust Fund ID Cards contain all of your benefits on one card. Please destroy your old NHAI cards. In presenting your card,Please State: "I have the Kingston Trust Plan administered through MagnaCare with the MagnaCare PPO Network and the existing KTF Network, formerly NHAI." Families received two (2) cards, each in the member's name. Individuals received one (1) card. Customized cards for spouse and dependents have been printed and mailed. Show your new cards to your provider, lab, dentist, and pharmacy. Some providers are not set up to accept MagnaCare and if they think that's the only PPO Network you have, the computer will reject it. Further, if they don't accept MagnaCare, but were an existing provider in the NHAI Network or want to join the KTF Network, please have them contact the Trust at: 844-KTF-FUND. *DO NOT CALL MagnaCare or NHAI.*
PPO Providers: You have access to the KTF Network (formerly NHAI) and the additional MagnaCare Network. and MultiPlan when outside of the 75 mile radius of Kingston or when MagnaCare or a KTF Network provider is not available.