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If you are a member of an Employee Life and Health Trust (ELHT) Benefits Plan, chances are you’ve accessed OTIP’s secure member site. This site helps you to manage your benefits coverage and claims information all in one place.

Log in today to explore your OTIP member site features, including My Benefits, My Claims, My News and My Library.



 

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My Benefits is a partnership between OTIP and the ELHT. You use this tool to enrol into the benefits plan and manage your coverage and what premiums you are responsible for paying (if applicable).
 





My Claims is a partnership between OTIP and Manulife (the insurer). You can use this tool to submit your claims for reimbursement and check the status of your claims.


 

 




 



My Library allows you to access important benefits plan related documents and resources.
 

   


 





My News provides you with updates, reminders and news related to your benefits plan
 

 

 


 

 

Do you need to change your mailing address, name or date of birth?

Your personal information is provided to OTIP by your school board/employer. You will need to contact them to update your information if it changes. You will not be able to update your new address, name change, or date of birth in My Benefits or My Claims. It can take up to 10-20 business days from the date you notify your board before these changes are shared with OTIP and reflected in My Benefits and My Claims.

NOTE: My Benefits and My Claims are offered through two different systems. To update your preferred email address, you will need to change your email in both My Benefits and My Claims.  

Questions? We’re here to help. Contact OTIP Benefits Services at 1-866-783-6847.


Related article: Your group benefits plan: the role of the trust, OTIP and your employer

 
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