HDESD Early Retiree Insurance Options
MEDICAL, DENTAL, AND VISION COVERAGE OPTIONS
If you select Plans 6 or 7, review this important information about your individual or family deductible.
If you select Plans 6 or 7 you also MAY set up a Health Savings Account.
Learn more about Moda's Coordinated Care PCP 360 program (you can designate a PCP360 via MyModa after enrollment is complete). Enhanced benefits include a lower deductible, lower out-of-pocket maximum, and copayments for office visits and specialist visits.
Use the Moda Find Care search feature to look for in-network providers.
You may choose to purchase medical, dental and/or vision coverage. *Note- if you previously had dental or vision coverage and choose to NOT purchase that coverage this year, dental and vision coverage will not be available in the future.
As a retiree, you are eligible to continue OEBB retiree coverage until you become eligible for Medicare. If you are eligible for Medicare before your spouse becomes eligible for Medicare, your continuously covered spouse may continue retiree coverage with OEBB.
NEW EARLY RETIREES
New retirees will transition from an active employee policy to a retiree policy administered by OEBB. The plans and rates listed above apply to all retirees.
New retirees will receive a letter from the benefits department together with and instructions for how to enroll. You may also visit the Retiree Resource page on the OEBB website.
CONTINUING EARLY RETIREES
Retirees will continue to have their retiree insurance administered by OEBB. The plans and rates listed above apply to all retirees.
For open enrollment, you may just follow the instructions in the guide booklet on the right side of this page, and login to the myOEBB website and select you plans just as you have done in the past.
Your payments will be adjusted according to your new plans beginning with the automatic deduction on October 2nd for October coverage.
Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)
Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance Program (SHIBA)- SHIBA volunteers receive training to provide free information and assistance on Medicare benefits and limitations; evaluation of Medicare supplemental insurance and long term care policies; assistance with billing problems; and referrals for legal assistance.