October 29 – November 16, 2018
Fall Enrollment is the time you can make benefit changes for you and your eligible dependents’ insurance coverage, including health, dental, vision and life insurance.
Remember: A dependent is in the same enrollment period as the retiree or survivor who covers him or her. Annual enrollment for retirees and survivors who are not eligible for Medicare ended in July. However, anyone can make changes to their benefits within 31 days of a qualifying life event (QLE). And, retirees can drop coverage at any time without a QLE.
Medicare-eligible retirees will receive a Fall Enrollment packet in October. The packet will include:
*Any changes you make in the Fall Enrollment period will be effective January 1, 2019.
- Personal Benefits Enrollment Statement
- Your statement lists your current coverage, the coverage available to you for Plan Year 2019, and Plan Year 2019 premium rates.
- Medicare Retirees and Families Fall Enrollment Guide
- The guide provides information about all of your Fall Enrollment options, a schedule of Fall Enrollment fairs, changes in benefits, and required legal notifications.
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