What is the copay for Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal?

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What is the copay for Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal?

Basic Option Benefits

Q. Is FEP the same as FEHB?

The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Service Benefit Plan, also known as the Federal Employee Program® (FEP®), has been part of the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program since its inception in 1960.

Q. Do federal retirees pay for Medicare?

Most Federal employees and annuitants are entitled to Medicare Part A at age 65 without cost. When you don’t have to pay premiums for Medicare Part A, it makes good sense to obtain coverage. It can reduce your out-of-pocket expenses as well as costs to FEHB, which can help keep FEHB premiums down.

Q. What does Federal Blue Cross cover?

A trusted provider for 60 years Free preventive care like your annual physical, flu shots, nutritional counseling and cancer screenings. Two free virtual visits with Teladoc® so you can get treatment for minor injuries and illnesses, mental health support, dermatology care and more by phone or video.

Basic Option
ER (medical emergency)$175 per day per facility
Lab work (such as blood tests)$0 copay1
Diagnostic services (such as sleep studies, CT scans)Up to $100 in an office1 Up to $150 in a hospital1
Chiropractic Care$30 per treatment; up to 20 visits per year

Q. Do federal retirees need Medicare Part D?

Part D: Most Federal employees do not need to enroll in the Medicare drug program, since all Federal Employees Health Benefits Program plans will have prescription drug benefits that are at least equal to the standard Medicare prescription drug coverage.

Q. Which is better CSRS or FERS?

Assuming the worker has at least 30 years in federal service, the CSRS benefit is generally sufficient to provide a comfortable lifestyle even without Social Security or any retirement savings. But having the TSP gives FERS employees more control over and flexibility with their retirement plans.

Q. How much does Federal Blue Cross Blue Shield cost?

Basic Option: Self Only biweekly premiums will be $71.22. Self Plus One biweekly premium will be $164.64. Self and Family biweekly premiums will be $173.59.

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