HealthPartners Medical Insurance

New for 2021!

At the Aug. 13 School Board Meeting, the Board awarded the contract for employee group health insurance to HealthPartners for the next two years. View the full approval of the contract here

The Health Insurance Transparency Act (HITA) requires all school districts must make requests for proposals at least 150 days prior to the expiration of the existing contract, but not more than once every 24 months. The District's contract with PreferredOne expires on Dec. 31, 2020. District administration advertised and received responses to a Request for Proposal form from several vendors, including PreferredOne, HealthPartners and PEIP (Public Employees Insurance Plan).

HealthPartners was determined to be the best option for employees in terms of both services, network options and price.

Employees enrolled in HealthPartners medical insurance for 2021 will receive new ID cards.

Two Network Options with HealthPartners

In addition to the HealthPartners Open Access plan, we are pleased to offer our employees the opportunity to select the HealthPartners Achieve Network as a way to lower your insurance premiums.

Welcome to HealthPartners
Employee Benefit Booklet
Member Support and Contact Information
Mobile Tools
Medical Plan Comparison Document

Open Access Plans

With HealthPartners Open Access Plan, just chose from the doctors in your network and get care whenever and wherever it works best for you.

HealthPartners' Open Access plans are equivalent to your current Open Access plans with PreferredOne.

Achieve Network Plans

Lower your health insurance costs and improve your health with HealthPartners Achieve High-Performance Network.

Achieve Network Overview
Why go with the Achieve Network?
Achieve Network FAQS


Insurance terminology can be confusing. We can help!

Below are some common words and phrases you'll find while reviewing insurance plans and what they mean. If you have additional questions, please contact your benefits specialist.