EP Cares™ is an employer-sponsored group health plan, as opposed to a program where you can purchase individual policies. Your production company must be an EP Cares™ participant for you to have access to insurance coverage through EP Cares™.



  • Low-cost: Medical, dental, vision plans and other benefits affordable to non-union employees.
  • Portability: EP Cares™ health insurance is portable for employees, so you may choose to continue the same plan with the same doctors should your career path take you from one EP Cares™ participating employer to another.
  • Multiple Plans: Depending on your location, up to seven (7) different medical plans to choose from.
  • Employer Subsidized: Your participating production company employer pays for at least half of your medical insurance cost.
  • CIGNA Insurance: EP Cares uses CIGNA, a leading national insurance carrier.
  • MD Live Telemedicine benefits: Have a doctor’s appointment over your mobile device, computer or tablet.
  • EAP: All eligible employees for EP Cares can access an Employee Assistance Program with mental health, financial, legal and other resources!
  • Online Enrollment: EP Cares is powered by Plansource to accept online enrollments.

Eligible individuals can subscribe now by contacting us via email at myepcares@ep.com or by phone at 855.339.7350.

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Alert: Anthem Blue Cross Form 1095-B Error

February 1, 2016 – Due to a recent error by Anthem Blue Cross (“Anthem”), the new IRS 1095-B forms sent to the 2015 EP Cares™ subscribers (your production employees), incorrectly listed Entertainment Partners, rather than your company, as the “Employer.”

We believe there should be no impact to your employees’ ability to file individual 1040 or 1040EZ tax returns as there is no requirement to identify the employer.

Anthem will prepare and send a corrected Form 1095-B and in the interim are sending this note to affected members:

Recently you received from Anthem a new tax form, called Form 1095-B, showing what Anthem believes to be the partial and/or full months in 2015 during which you had health insurance through Anthem. You and your tax preparer will use the information in Part IV of Form 1095-B in preparing your 2015 federal tax return.

The purpose of this letter is to let you know that the information in Part II of Form 1095-B, including the name, address and tax identification number of your employer, is Incorrect. Part II of the form shows Entertainment Partners Los Angeles as the “Employer” and lists its address. The form should show the name, address and taxpayer identification number of the studio or production company that employed you or sponsored your coverage in 2015, and through which you received your health insurance from Anthem.

In the near future you will receive from Anthem a corrected Form 1095-B that will accurately reflect the name and other relevant information regarding your employer. In the meantime, you do not need to wait for your corrected Form 1095-B to file your taxes.

When you prepare your tax return, you’ll use the information in Part IV of Form 1095-B, and to the best of our knowledge, that information is correct. The incorrect information in Part II does not affect your ability to prepare and file your federal tax return.

Anthem and its partners regret any inconvenience this might cause you.

Production companies who contracted with Entertainment Partners for Government Reporting Services were not impacted by the Anthem error. We are processing the 1095-C forms and will have them distributed in advance of the March 31 deadline.

Thank you for your continued support. Please contact your ACA Benefits Specialist or reach out to us at epcares@ep.com or 855.339.7350 (Option 3) with any additional questions.

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