Demographic information

Rather than change or modify your demographic information directly on a carrier site such as MiBenefits, please instead make sure your information is showing correctly on ADP. Any changes you make to ADP will auto feed over to the carriers weekly through the file feed.

Dempsey Dash 5K and 1K Fun Run Saturday, March 14

Dempsey Dash 5k logo

Join us in supporting Brenau’s fourth annual Dempsey Dash 5K and 1K Fun Run in memory of Dr. Wayne Dempsey.

The race will take is 9 a.m. Saturday, March 14, at the amphitheater on the historic Gainesville campus. This event is open to the public, and employees and their families are encouraged to participate. You may register by visiting

Proceeds from the event benefit the Wayne W. Dempsey Endowed Scholarship Fund, first funded by an anonymous donor in 2014 in Dempsey’s memory.

Faculty, staff and student discounts for registering are available this year. Employees who participate will receive 15 activity points toward the Wellness Participation Program.

ADP Audit 2020: Verify your information

In order to help us serve you better, please take five minutes to review your personal information in ADP at Should information be showing incorrectly, you can either make the change yourself or list the changes on this form for your HR representative to change on your behalf.

Please return to HR by Jan. 31.

What is MAP?

MAP, or Medical Advocate Program, is part of the Brenau health insurance plan.

While Brenau members are free to choose the medical providers, MAP provides systems and processes to help members with your medical decisions and outcomes.

The primary goal of MAP is to assist Brenau insurance members find the best health care possible. The second goal of MAP is to lead Brenau members to the best physicians based on health care data with regards to completion rates, mortality rates and cost by procedure. MAP can also guide Brenau members through the medical maze to the most cost-effective facilities.

For example, did you know in Gainesville you can pay $400 or $2,500 for the same MRI? What is the difference? Only the facility where you choose to have your MRI performed. Do you know which facility to go to? Did you know you have a choice?

Why call MAP? To save money, use the best physicians, research medical costs and have your medical questions answered. Call MAP at 1-888-289-0700.

What is Wellvia?

Wellvia is Brenau’s telemedicine provider. If you are on Brenau’s insurance, you have 24/7/365 access to doctors. You can contact Wellvia in one of the following ways:

What is the cost to use Wellvia Telemedicine?

  • $0 if you are enrolled in the Traditional Plan
  • $30 per “visit” until you reach your deductible, if you are enrolled in the HDHP

What conditions can Wellvia treat?
Wellvia is for non-emergency conditions. Common conditions treated are acid reflux, nausea, allergies, rashes, asthma, sinus conditions, bladder infection, sore throat, bronchitis, thyroid conditions, cold and flu, urinary tract infection, infections and more.

Understanding your Medical ID Card

Human Resources has provided a Word document with information about your Medical ID Card, be it for an HDHP or PPO plan.

Click here to download the document.

Information about your HSA

What is a health savings account? An HSA is a tax-advantaged personal savings account that can be used to pay for medical, dental, vision and other qualified expenses now or later in life.

To contribute to an HSA you must be enrolled in a qualified high-deductible health plan (HDHP), and your contributions are limited annually. The funds can even be invested, making it a great addition to your retirement portfolio.

Click here and click here for other helpful information.

What are my Pharmacy Benefits?

ProCare Rx administers Brenau’s pharmacy benefit. ProCare Member services can be contacted at 800-699-3542.

Listed below are your Retail Copays for a 30-day supply*

  • Tier 1 Generic Drugs: $10 copay *
  • Tier 2 Preferred Drugs: $30 copay*
  • Tier 3 Non-Preferred Drugs: $50 copay*

Please remember if you are enrolled in the High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP), your pharmacy copays will not apply until you have reached your plan deductible. For HDHP members, you have one deductible for medical and pharmacy combined.

Non-Preferred Pharmacies: Walgreens, Rite Aid, Sam’s, Target, Walmart and CVS are non-preferred pharmacies. While you can still use these pharmacies if you wish, please note 90-day refills are not available at non-preferred pharmacies. For 90-day prescriptions, you can use ProCare’s mail order home delivery service or a preferred pharmacy location. You can find a preferred location on the ProCare Rx member portal.

Have you registered on the ProCare Rx member portal? The pharmacy portal is a great resource to help you find the cost-effective pharmacy benefit option based on your individual prescription needs. You can use this tool to:

  • Find out formulary information such as copay tier placement, pre-authorization requirements and cost-saving alternatives for any medications you or your family are currently taking
  • Locate pharmacies with preferred network status

To register go to You will need you medical ID card to complete the information necessary to register.