- Open Enrollment gives new municipal members an opportunity to review their GIC Health Plan options and enroll in a plan.
- During annual enrollment, existing GIC-eligible municipal members may enroll in a health plan for the first time or change their health plan selection.
- An outline of what is new for annual enrollment.
- Employee and Non-Medicare Retiree/Survivor Health Plan benefit changes effective July 1.
Limited network plans help address differences in provider costs. You will enjoy similar benefits to wider network plans, but will save money because limited network plans have a smaller network of providers (fewer doctors and hospitals).
- Benefit changes for Medicare health plans effective July 1.
An overview of your GIC health insurance options.
- Annual Enrollment news for Municipalities.
- Information on when to enroll in Medicare Part B and how Medicare affects GIC Benefits.
- For state retirees, municipal retirees, deferred retirees, and former employees receiving continuation coverage
- The Retiree Dental Plan offers a fixed reimbursement for dental services, such as examinations, cleanings, fillings, crowns and dentures.
- Monthly premiums for GIC benefits effective July 1.
- For more information, attend a GIC Health Fair.
- GIC enrollees MUST notify their benefit coordinator (Active Employees) or the GIC (Retirees and Survivors) when their personal information changes. Failure to provide timely notification of personal information changes may affect your insurance coverage and may result in your being billed for health care services provided to you or a family member.