Benefit Decision Guides
These comprehensive guides provide an overview of the choices available to you for Fiscal Year 2018. Active employees- see your GIC Coordinator for a printed version of the guide. Current retirees and survivors receive the guide at their home. New municipal and school district employees and retirees receive the guide through their benefits office.
2017-2018 Municipal Benefit Decision Guide file size 1MB - an overview of health benefits for participating municipal employees, retirees and survivors.
Active State Employee Guide
2017-2018 Active State Employee Benefit Decision Guide file size 1MB - an overview of benefits for active state employees including employees from higher education, planning councils, participating charter schools, housing, redevelopment, and other authorities.
State Retiree/Survivor Guide
2017-2018 State Retiree/Survivor Benefit Decision Guide file size 1MB - an overview of benefits for state retirees and survivors. This guide also covers retirees and survivors from higher education, planning councils, participating charter schools, housing, redevelopment, and other authorities as well as Retired Municipal Teachers in the GIC RMT program and Elderly Governmental Retirees (EGRs).
At-a-Glance Brochures Effective July 1, 2017
These side by side comparisons of GIC health plan benefits are available as a download and at the GIC health fairs.
Employee Non-Medicare Retiree/Survivor benefits at a glance
Non-Medicare Health Plans for GIC Retired Municipal Teachers (RMTs) and EGRs benefits at a glance
Medicare Retiree/Survivor benefits at a glance
Health Plan Locator Map Effective July 1, 2017
Where you live determines which plan you may enroll in. Find out which plans are available in your area.
Rates Effective July 1, 2017
See the rates section of our website for monthly premiums effective July 1, 2017
This information provided by the Group Insurance Commission .