Organization of Staff Analysts Welfare Fund Benefits

Revised July 1, 2017

2017 Edition Changes

This year, there are no significant changes to your fund benefits. There is one small change in dental benefits: the range of covered implant-related services was expanded slightly. As before, we recommend that you contact SIDS prior to undergoing implants to determine which of the implant-related services your dentist is recommending to you will be covered by the plan.

--The Trustees


Download a Copy of the Welfare Fund Plan Booklet

You may download a complete copy of the current Organization of Staff Analysts Welfare Fund Plan booklet in PDF format by CLICKING HERE.

You will need Adobe Reader installed on your hard drive to open the file. Once it opens, you will be able to print an exact duplicate of the plan booklet. If you do not have Adobe Reader on your hard drive, follow the instructions at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html to download and install a copy of the program.


The PICA Drug Program

For those of you who utilize drugs in the PICA program, there are changes to the program as of July, 2005. Below we provide a link to the City's website with information about these changes. (A reminder: Medicare-eligible retirees are not covered by the PICA program.)

PICA Changes As of July 1, 2005


Link to our Dental Care Provider

To determine your current Dental Benefit eligibility or locate a provider on our plan, you may click on the MetroDent icon to the left. Your browser will open a new window to display the website of Self-Insured Dental Services. Select OSA in the drop-down box that contains a list of unions and organizations served by SIDS and provide the information they request to identify yourself as a member. You will then be able to search a list of providers by geographic area and read plan descriptions.






Link to our Optical Benefit Provider

To determine your current optical benefit eligibility or locate a provider on our plan, you may click on the DavisVision icon to the left. Your browser will open a new window which will display the DavisVision website. If you wish to login as a member click on "Member Login." If you wish to find a participating provider click on "Find A Doctor." You will be asked for personal identifiers (your social security number and a password).




Important Reminders

Make sure you contact the fund:


Who to Contact and How

Forms and Questions
Download Forms
(212) 686-1229
OSA Welfare Fund Forms
Superimposed Major Medical Plan
Medical/Hospital/Prescription Drugs
Michelle Rivas
(212) 686-1229
or S.I.D.S.
(800) 537-1238
(718) 204-7172
(516) 396-5500
Long Term Disability Michelle Rivas
(212) 686-1229
COBRA
Young Adult Dependent Coverage
Yolanda Milanes
Vojna Stanic-Geraghty
(212) 686-1229
Dental
Michelle Rivas
(212) 686-1229
or S.I.D.S.
(800) 537-1238
(718) 204-7172
(516) 396-5500
Vision Care Claims
Pam Kolpan
(212) 686-1229 or
DavisVision (800) 999-5431
Basic Life Insurance Rose Collins
(212) 686-1229
Medicare Drug Rider Vojna Stanic-Geraghty
(212) 686-1229
Survivor Benefits Rose Collins
(212) 686-1229
Pension Counseling Appointments (212) 686-1229
Domestic Partners Maria Perez
(212) 686-1229
Retirees Michelle Rivas
(212) 686-1229
Appeals of Claim Denials Must Be In Writing To: Trustees, OSAWF
220 E 23rd St. St.707
New York, NY 10010


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