2020 benefits options for retirees under 65
|Medical and prescription insurance||
UnitedHealthcare Choice Plus – The plan provides in-network and out-of-network benefits. View the copays and benefits.
For your convenience you can fill a 90-day supply of maintenance prescriptions at a retail pharmacy. The cost would be the equivalent of paying for three months. You also have the option to save money by filling prescriptions via mail order.
Participants won’t receive a new ID card as the plan is the same.
UHC participants also have access to additional benefits:
Virtual Visits offers 24-hour telemedicine support from the comfort of your home and the copay is now $0.
Spine & Joint Solution connects you with a dedicated team to help you understand treatment choices, where to go for care and potentially lower out-of-pocket costs.
2nd. MD – offers a free second medical opinion on a current or new diagnosis, treatment options and can help you manage chronic conditions.
Medical information is also available through the Health4Me mobile app.
Participants in the UHC Choice Plus program must complete and return the tobacco affidavit to confirm their tobacco use status. If you use tobacco products or do not return the form, participants will pay the tobacco premium. Participate in the free Quit for life program by Nov. 30, 2020, and the additional fees paid in 2020 will be reimbursed to you.
Dental insurance through MetLife covers preventive care at 100 percent when you use a network dentist. Participants may choose when to schedule four preventive cleanings within the calendar year. The calendar year maximum benefit is $2,000. View a summary of the plan benefits. Participants won’t receive a dental insurance ID card. Your dentist will call MetLife to verify coverage.
Dental information is also available through the MetLife mobile app.
Vision insurance through EyeMed includes coverage for eye exams, frames, lenses and contacts. Two plans are available.
The standard plan offers a maximum frames allowance of $125 every 24 months and lenses every 12 months. Choose contact lenses in lieu of the eye glass lenses and frames benefit at $120 per year. Participants pay a $10 copay for an eye exam once every 12 months.
The enhanced plan offers a maximum frames allowance of $150 every 12 months on lenses and frames. Choose contact lenses in lieu of the eye glass lenses and frames benefit at $150 per year. Participants pay a $0 copay for an eye exam once every 12 months.
|Prepaid legal plan||
ARAG – offers two prepaid legal plans, Ultimate Advisor and Ultimate Advisor Plus. Both give you access to a national network of credentialed lawyers – you choose your lawyer. Most covered legal matters are 100-percent paid-in-full when you work with a network attorney. The plans also offer access to legal databases and other online and over-the-phone legal resources.
The Ultimate Advisor Plus plan also includes comprehensive identity theft coverage, financial counseling, divorce representation and resources to help you with caregiving and eldercare issues. Learn more about both plans.