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Benefits Portal

Click here for information on all plans offered to district employees, You will need to use the User Name and Passwords listed below. 

User Name: IssaquahSD   Password: IssaquahSD411



January's Webinar is  "Do Your Bucket List: Seven Ways to Up Your Focus on Things that Matter" Access this hour long webinar by going to and enter the Username IssaquahSD. Once there , click on the Webinars tab in the middle of the page to view all of the new and archived webinar sessions. 


Issaquah Community/Aquatic Center provides Special Membership Plans for Issaquah School District Employees. Follow this link for information: Issaquah Community/Aquatic Center Discounted Plans

Membership runs from October 1, 2018 ‐ September 30, 2019

NEW THIS YEAR: Join the Sammamish YMCA at a discounted rate.  Follow this link for information on what this facility has to offer YMCA Issaquah School District Membership 

Premera Blue Cross Health Care

Insight into your explanation of benefits

When you receive healthcare, your provider sends the bill (claim) to Premera. When we pay the claim, we send you an explanation of benefits or EOB. Don't worry: It's not a bill.


The EOB explains how your benefits were applied to a particular claim, including the following:

  • Date of service
  • Amount billed and amount paid by your plan
  • Amount you owe
  • Amount credited toward your deductible


Skip the snail mail

Sign up to get your EOBs securely online and you’ll receive an email when you have a new EOB to view.

  • Log in at
  • Under Member Services, select Manage My Account, then Go Paperless
  • Select YES, I want my EOB notifications emailed
  • Enter your email address and submit


Demystify the EOB

  • Log in at and select Member Services
  • Under Manage My Account, explore Explanation of Benefits


Kaiser Permanente Health Care

Health care fraud and abuse prevention

Health care fraud is a crime. Fraud is committed when a provider or patient intentionally submits false or misleading information to a health plan for use in determining the amount of health care benefits payable. As a Kaiser Permanente member, there are steps you can take to prevent health care fraud and to report suspected fraud and abuse.

Examples of health care fraud and abuse

  • Filing claims for services or medications not actually performed or obtained
  • Billing for non-covered items using codes for covered items
  • Billing for excessive or unnecessary medical services or supplies
  • Billing for a more costly service than the one that was actually performed
  • Altering billings or medical records
  • Using unqualified personnel to perform treatments
  • Accepting anything in return for referring patients
  • Waiving patient co-pays or deductibles
  • Using someone else's coverage or insurance card
  • Altering amounts charged on claim forms or prescription receipts
  • Enrolling someone not eligible (for example, divorced spouse) for coverage on a health plan
  • Including false information in an application for the purpose of obtaining coverage

What you can do to prevent fraud and abuse

  • Start by knowing your benefits and reading your Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statements and any paperwork received from Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington or your health care providers.
  • Be wary of any "free" medical treatment, as these are usually scams.
  • Protect your Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington member ID card as if it were your credit card. 

To report suspected fraud, contact our confidential, toll-free hotline at:

Benefits Contact Information

Last names A-K  Rhonda Kurtenbach (425)837-7065

Last names L-Z  Peggy Merrill (425) 837-7152

Retirement Questions? Miriam Culwell  (425) 837-7171



Employee Assistance Program

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this site provides free/low cost assistance for ISD employees click to find information.