People are going back to the dentist in full force to regain control of their oral health. Open Season is the best time to reexamine the dental plans available to federal employees and TRICARE retirees, as plans and premiums may be changing.
This exclusive e-book will help you navigate federal health care benefit plans for 2022 open season and how to choose what's right for you.
Come Jan. 1, health insurance plans must treat emergency services performed out-of-network as if they were done in-network. The new rules apply to almost all major public and private health insurance plans, including the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.
Next year's premium rate increases under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) are on the modest side, at least compared to recent years. But the pandemic continues to make the business of predicting future trends difficult, to say the least.
Employees and retirees enrolled in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) will pay, on average, 3.8% more toward their premiums in 2022. The Office of Personnel Management announced FEHBP premium rates ahead of the upcoming open season, which runs Nov. 8 through Dec. 13.
Healthcare experts Ceci Connolly and Andrea Walsh lay out five ways OPM can improve its Health Plan Comparison Tool.
Thousands of active and retired federal workers have gotten or are gonna get a real kick in the assets this month. That’s when they feel the impact of January health plan increases on their paychecks.
Health insurance experts says if you’ve been in the same plan for five to seven years, you are probably in the wrong plan. You should deal with it before the health insurance hunting season ends at COB Monday.
According to the experts, many federal workers, and some retirees too, have excellent health insurance coverage. But most, thanks to the power of inertia, are paying too much in premiums.
Most federal workers and retirees pay health insurance premiums to one of the many plans in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program. But a growing number of people now have their health plans paying them.
One of the best things about being a current or retired fed is the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program. And you can maximize the benefit by putting a little work to see what works best for you.
Long Term Care insurance isn't not a fun subject, but one that could save your family lots of grief and money in the future. One of those subjects where the only thing worse than thinking about it is NOT thinking about it!
Tens of thousands of federal employees are being paid while they spend time shopping — at the office or at home — via a special online service that the government also pays for.
Walton Francis on what you should be looking for, and what to avoid, while navigating the open season. It could mean a lot. Take the advice and then do some shopping.