As a member of PHBP, you have access to comprehensive benefits, with high-quality programs designed to help you manage your health. Keep checking this section for interesting articles about Anthem programs, and the latest in personal health topics.
Anthem's new cards issued starting Jan 1, 2020 will be updated to include your medical, dental and Rx all in one!
How to Print a Temporary Anthem Medical ID card:
(Physical cards are expected to be delivered 7 - 10 business days after January 1st)
For immediate ID card information call BeneSys at 855-696-2909 ext 8604
Already a PHBP participant? Go to anthem.com/ca and log in to your account or create
a new one using your existing Member ID. Even if you are changing medical plans,
your Member ID will stay the same, only your Group number will change.
If you are new to the PHBP as either a Freelance or Staff Employee, call BeneSys at
855-696-2909 or email them at staff@PHBPBenefits.org with your full name and last 4
digits of your SSN and they will provide you with your member ID so you may create an
account and log in per the above instructions.
Download the attached Anthem Blue Cross flyer for more details on access from your
computer or your mobile device.
Disclaimer: Though the Anthem ‘Find a Doctor’ website is updated weekly, It is always
suggested you call your selected Primary Care Physician prior to requiring care to
confirm they are still active participants in your health plan.
Come hear about the plan and get your questions answered.
Covered Freelance employees have access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This program provides you with services to help with the everyday challenges of life that may affect your medical, marital, mental, legal or financial health, family life, alcohol or drug independency and more. EAP services are provided by a third party, LifeWorks US Inc., under an agreement with Metlife.
Twice a year, Anthem reviews its drug list, and the next update for 2018 is October 1. Some medications may move to a higher tier or be removed from the drug list. If you have questions about your drug benefit, you can call the Member Services number on your ID card.