Benefits, Payroll and Retirement
Find information about your King County employee benefits, payroll, and retirement.
King County provides comprehensive benefits and services to eligible employees, retirees, and their dependents through strategic planning, negotiation, and implementation of benefit programs. Benefits, Payroll and Retirement Operations is here to help you with your medical, vision, and dental plan options; life and disability insurance; medical and dependent care reimbursement accounts; leave programs; payroll; and retirement planning.
MultiCare remains in Regence network
Regence BlueShield and MultiCare Health Systems reached a tentative contract agreement. Services provided by MultiCare providers and facilities will continue to be considered in-network by Regence. When signed, the provider network contract will be immediately effective. If you are enrolled in a Regence medical plan and you see a MultiCare provider, there will be no disruption to your coverage or benefits
If you have questions, please call Regence BlueShield at 800-376-7926 or contact the King County Benefits team at 206-684-1556 or email KC Benefits.
PrudentRx specialty medication program begins outreach
As announced during Open Enrollment, beginning Jan. 1, 2024, CVS Caremark will offer the PrudentRx specialty drug copay program to employees and their covered family members enrolled in a Regence BlueShield medical plan (King Care PPO or KingCare Select). PrudentRx participants pay nothing out-of-pocket for their eligible specialty drugs.
Employees and covered family members who use a specialty medication that’s covered under the program should have received a letter through the U.S. mail from PrudentRx in early December. The letter contains information about the program and provides instructions to help you enroll.
If you have questions, please contact the Benefits Team at 206-684-1556 or KC Benefits.