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ASRS Retiree Open Enrollment for 2018 Plan Year

Open Enrollment for ASRS retiree group health insurance start Wednesday, November 1st and runs through Thursday, November 30th with plan benefits beginning on January 1, 2018. Once again, this year will be a PASSIVE enrollment, meaning if you are happy with your current plans and coverages, NO ACTION IS REQUIRED. Your current selections will roll over into the 2018 benefit year.

Please note that most plans will see an increase to their premiums. We encourage you to check out the plan guides to determine which option is best for you. There are separate guides for Medicare-eligible and non-Medicare retirees. You can find both on this year's Open Enrollment page.

If you'd like to attend an Open Enrollment group meeting, this year we are offering two tracks: Medicare-eligible + Dental, and non-Medicare + Dental. Schedules for both sets of meetings are also available on the ASRS Open Enrollment page.

Online Enrollment

The online health insurance application is accessible from your secure myASRS account. It will allow you to enroll in a new plan, view your current ASRS medical & dental insurance elections, as well as make changes, add dependents, or terminate coverage.

To begin the process of enrolling online, log into your secure myASRS account and select "Medical / Dental Insurance" from the left hand navigation menu. If you haven't registered for a myASRS account, you can do so by clicking "First Time Registering" from the myASRS login page.

Before Beginning the Online Enrollment Process:

Research and Choose a Plan.

Carefully review the enrollment guide to help determine which plan best suits you & your family.

Attend an Open Enrollment Meeting.

Learn about your health care plan options and meet your vendor representatives.

Locate the Provider ID (if required).

VIsit the plan provider's website to select a provider and get the provider's ID number, if required.

Locate Your Medicare Cards (if applicable).

If you, or a dependent, will be enrolling in a Medicare plan, be sure to have your Medicare card(s) available.

Supporting Documentation (if required).

If required, supporting documentation must be received within 31 days.

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