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Take the initiative to educate yourself and understand your health insurance options for both you and your family.
Current federal employees, retirees and their families can select from a variety of plans throughout the country using the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program.
Whether you’re preparing for an emergency, or looking to cover annual visits to your doctor, health insurance offers you the peace of mind to live your life.
Most federal employees are eligible for health insurance from the government. There are many plans to choose from, and they cover anything from routine physical exams and visits to your doctor, to in-patient hospital care and physical therapy.
With FEHB, you can get health insurance coverage for you, your spouse and your children.
For more about the varied programs you can enroll in, visit http://www.opm.gov/healthcare-insurance/healthcare. You can enroll in a health insurance plan by visiting www.opm.gov/forms and submitting SF 2809 to your human resources office.
Health insurance is great while you’re working for the government. But have you thought about how you can take health insurance into retirement?
Don’t worry, We have.
We’ll help you navigate the system of government plans. Why overpay on your premiums? We’ll assess how much you are paying for government-sponsored health insurance and look at how this plays into your financial prospects — now and in retirement.
Year after year, federal employees continue to pay more toward their health insurance premiums.
We can review plans with you and help you decide on the right fit. Based on factors like your current income and plans for the future for you and your family, we will discuss what your best options are. There’s no reason to waste money on an ill-fitting health insurance package.
Surely, you need to be able to budget the cost of health insurance during your career and in retirement. We’ll help you understand the numbers and how that will factor into your retirement.
The information helps federal employees and annuitants with making choices in the upcoming FEHB open season, which usually runs from November to December.
FEHB plan information which includes a list of all health insurance plans available in a state, as well as links to the plan brochures, changes for each plan from the previous year, information on plan patient safety programs, and links to the plan provider directories.
FEHB comparison tool which can be searched by zip code, plan name or the health insurance plan code.