HEALTH PREMIUMS FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 2014
OPM Announces 2014 Federal Employees Health Benefits
Sep 24, 2013Washington, DC – The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has announced the average premium rate for the 8.2 million people covered by the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program will increase by 3.7 percent in 2014. That percentage is only slightly higher than last year’s increase of 3.4 percent and less than the national average increase in 2013.
Premiums - United States Office of Personnel Management
The charts below provide information on biweekly and monthly premiums, including the total premiums, the amount the government pays, and the change in the enrollee’s portion of the premium compared to last year. All FEHB plans offer Self Only, Self Plus One, and Self and Family enrollment types. Note: Non-Postal rates apply to most enrollees.Postal · Compare Plans · Summary of Benefits · Plan Types · Guides · Healthcare[PDF]
Non-Postal Premium Rates for the Federal Employees Health
2013 2014 Monthly premium rates Total Monthly Premium. Alabama Aetna HealthFund Alabama Aetna HealthFund CDHP and Value Plan Non-Postal Premium Rates for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program. Health Management Organizations (HMO) 2013 Total Biweekly Premium. 2014 Biweekly premium rates. 2013 2014 Monthly premium rates
Federal Employee Health Premiums to See 3.7 Percent Hike
In announcing the 2014 premium rates for plans under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP), OPM also announced that program participants will be able to choose from 256 health plans choices next year –about 10 percent more than in 2013. In the popular Blue Cross and Blue Shield plan, enrollees with self-only coverage will pay an average of 2 percent more in 2014 than in 2013[PDF]
The 2014 - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Guide To Federal Benefits The 2014 Healthcare and Insurance RI 70-14 Revised November 2013 • Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program p. 7 • Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP) p. 11 Check your plan’s 2014 premiums in Appendix K and
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OPM Announces 2015 Federal Employees Health Benefits
Oct 07, 2014The average premium increase for the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP) will be 1.7 percent for dental coverage and average premiums for vision benefits will increase by 1.5 percent.
Federal Employees Will Pay 4.4 Percent More Toward Health
Sep 25, 2013Federal employees will pay 4.4 percent more toward their health insurance premiums in 2014, the Office of Personnel Management announced Tuesday. Federal Employees Health Benefits Program enrollees..Author: Eric Katz, Government Executive
About Those 2015 Health Insurance Premium Rates - FedSmith
Oct 08, 2014Health Insurance and a Federal Employee Pay Raise Federal employees received an across-the-board pay raise of 1% in 2014. A similar raise is expected for federal employees in 2015. At the same time, the cost of health insurance increased by an average of 3.7% in 2014 and going up another 3.2%, on average, in 2015.
Federal Employees Health Benefits Program - Wikipedia
The FEHB program is open to most federal employees. For example, as of 2014 members of the United States Congress and their staff are excluded from the FEHB and required to purchase health insurance through the health care exchange due to the Affordable Care Act. However, the federal government provides a premium contribution for the purchase
Medicare vs FEHB Enrollment
Frequently Asked Questions about Medicare vs FEHB Enrollment. As an active or retired Federal employee covered by both the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program and Medicare, you probably have had questions from time to time about how the two programs work together to provide you with your health benefits coverage.