Pay & Benefits,Life Events,Life Events (UWHC)


Moving - Pay & Benefits, Life Events, Life Events (UWHC)


Whether you’re closing on buying a house or signing a lease at a new apartment, moving involves lots of little details that might get overlooked amid the flurry of cardboard boxes and packing tape. Below is a guideline and a printable checklist to help you remember a few of the essentials, both within UW Health and outside the organization.

We hope that you find the resources valuable as you plan for your move. You can find additional information on all benefits and benefit programs by visiting the Benefits page. If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources at (608) 263-6500.

Within UW Health

To update your address with Human Resources, the changes must be made in Employee Self-Service on the Personal Information section.

To update your address with your employee benefit vendors, complete the appropriate application forms and submit them directly to Human Resources. To determine what benefit enrollment forms you need to complete, review your current benefit enrollment in Employee Self-Service.

Health Insurance (UWHC)

*Review the Health Plan Map to determine if your move is out of the service area for your current health insurance carrier

*If you have moved out of the service area for your current health insurance carrier, your move is considered a qualifying event to change your carrier. If you wish to change, please complete the Health Insurance Application/Change Form and submit it to Human Resources within 30 days of your move.

Supplemental Delta Dental (UWHC)

Delta Dental Enrollment/Change Form

VSP Vision Care

VSP Application

EPIC Benefits+

EPIC Benefits+ Enrollment Form

Flexible Spending

Contact TASC directly (844-786-3947 or 608-316-2408)

Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA – 403b)

Contact Human Resources

Outside UW Health

Employee Assistance and Work-Life Program

Life Matters is the employee assistance and work/life program available to UW Health staff. This free and confidential program can provide guidance on a wide array of personal and professional concerns for UW Health employees and their families, especially as you juggle your finances and commit to homeownership. 24/7 counseling services and support are available to employees via phone or online. To access, please contact LifeMatters at 1-800-634-6433 or visit mylifematters.com (password: UWH1) for a wealth of online resources. Additional information regarding this benefit program can be found on the Employee Assistance and Work-Life Program page.