About medical & dental I.D. cards:
When will I get a new ID card for Medical Insurance?
You will receive a new Medical Card from UnitedHealthcare if you are: A new enrollee, made any changes, enrolled in the Medicare Advantage HMO plan or any of the Navigate plans. Medical cards will arrive in early December for Medicare Advantage HMO enrollees and no later than mid-December if you are newly enrolled in any of our plans as long as your application is processed by December 1, 2016. If processing occurs after December 1st, cards will be mailed 7-10 days after processing by UnitedHealthcare.
When will I get a new ID card for Dental?
Assurant Dental is now being administered by Sun Life Financial and the brand transition is underway. We will have the same network providers, plans and service for 2017. Members can continue to use your existing Assurant Dental ID cards. If you enrolled in a dental plan for the first time or changed plans you will be mailed a new card within 5 to 7 business days after processing by Assurant. New 2017 dental cards will display the Sun Life Logo.
Additional ASRS retiree benefits:
Are you taking advantage of your additional benefit?
The website has been redesigned to give you more healthcare information than ever before! For more information on ASRS Retiree Healthcare options and Additional Benefits, visit the Retiree > Healthcare page of our website.
It is important to keep your secure myASRS account updated so that you continue to receive updates and notifications from the ASRS. Remember, myASRS account is available anytime, day or night!
What you need to know:
When will I see health insurance premiums deducted from my pension?
If you enroll by December 15th your insurance premiums will be deducted from your January pension payment. If you submit your enrollment between December 16 and December 31st your insurance premiums for January and February will be deducted from your February pension payment. Watch the “How to Read Your Payment History” video below to learn where you can find your insurance premium withholdings on your statement.