Related Sites

 

Website
CareFirst PPO Plan www.carefirst.com
Kaiser Permanente HMO Plan www.kaiserpermanente.org
CareFirst BlueChoice HMO Plan www.carefirst.com
UnitedHealthcare/OptumRx

Actives and
Non-Medicare-Eligible Retirees: www.optumrx.com

Medicare-Eligible Retirees: www.uhcretiree.com

CIGNA Dental Plan (DHMO) www.cigna.com
CareFirst Dental Plan www.carefirst.com
Delta Dental Plan (Retirees only) www.deltadentalins.com
National Vision HMO (for Kaiser enrollees only) www.e-nva.com
CareFirst Vision (through Davis Vision) www.carefirst.com or
www.davisvision.com
Basic Life and Accident Insurance www.metlife.com
Long-Term Disability Plan:
  • MetLife (If your last day worked was before July 1, 2011)
  • The Hartford (If your last day worked was after June 30, 2011)
www.metlife.com
www.thehartfordatwork.com
ATU Local 689 www.atulocal689.org

Health Insurance Marketplace Sites

  • Washington, DC: DC Health Link
  • Maryland: Maryland Health Connection
  • Virginia: HealthCare.gov
  • Federal Marketplace

 

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FAQs

I am retiring. What happens to my medical benefits?

If you were hired before January 1, 2010 and you retire, you can choose to continue your medical benefits (including prescription drug coverage) under the Plan. You are also eligible for life insurance and voluntary retiree dental coverage through Delta Dental.

When you retire, you are no longer eligible for short-term disability (STD), long-term disability (LTD) or accidental death and dismemberment (ADD) coverage.

You need to make monthly premium payments to receive coverage when you retire. In most cases, your premium payments are automatically deducted from your pension check. For more information on medical coverage after retirement, see "If You Retire" on the Life Events page.

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