Access the new one-stop for all your benefit related information and resources at www.yourtracktohealth.com. Click on the “Login” button and enter your user name and password. Once logged in you can explore your benefits, understand your coverage, plan your retirement and access resources for a healthy lifestyle.
Only registered members can have full access to the site. New users, ages 13 and older, may create an account with yourtracktohealth.com by clicking the Register button. You will be asked to provide your first name, last name, date of birth and social security number. Next, create your user name and password and provide a valid email address. Lastly, you are to provide answers for three security questions. These secret questions and answers will be used to retrieve your login details in case you forget them.
Members with coverage will have immediate access to the site using their login details. Using your own YourTrackToHealth account you will learn more about your currently enrolled benefit plan and access important tools and resources related specifically to your benefit plan. If you are not enrolled you can see medical benefit options available to you based on your employer or union.
Available Benefits on YourTracktoHealth
- Prescription Drugs
- Behavior Health
- Supplemental Sickness
- Health Flexible Spending Account
Use you track to health account and review the coverage of the benefit plan that you enrolled in. Periodically view the list of covered dependent to ensure accuracy. A lot of life events that may occur such as divorce, birth, death, abortion, etc. may have an impact on that said list. You can add or remove eligible dependents using your account. If you need assistance you may call the Railroad Enrollment Services by dialing the number 1-800-753-2692.
Enjoy your later years by planning your retirement with your track to health. Determining how your financial resources will be invested and later used can help ensure a great comfortable retirement. Find out more by clicking on the “Plan Your Retirement” link located on the menu bar.
By clicking on the link that says “Live Healthy” you will have access to archived articles to help you keep yourself healthy. Additional resources include the following:
- Wellness Tips
- Healthy Recipes
- CDC – Healthy Loving
- S. Department of Health and Human Services Prevention Information
If you have problems concerning your benefits, coverage and retirement plan, visit the “Contact Us page and choose who you are looking for. For website feedback and technical issues you can send them an email by clicking on the “email to the webmaster” link located on the Contact Us page.