2021 GEHA Medicare Benefits Guide

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© 2020-2021 Government Employees Health Association, Inc. All rights reserved. Please recycle. To find out more information about plans available under the FEHB Program, including SBCs for other FEHB plans, please visit opm.gov/Insure Notice of Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC): Availability of Summary Health Information: The Federal Employees Health Benefit (FEHB) Program offers numerous health benefits plans and coverage options. Choosing a health plan and coverage option is an important decision. To help you make an informed choice, each FEHB plan makes available a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) about each of its health coverage options, online and in paper. The SBC summarizes important information in a standard format to help you compare plans and options. GEHA’s SBCs are available on the internet at geha.com/SBC Paper copies are also available, free of charge, by calling 800.821.6136 . This is a brief description of the features of Government Employees Health Association, Inc.’s medical plans. Before making a final decision, please read the GEHA Federal brochures available at geha.com/PlanBrochure . All benefits are subject to the definitions, limitations and exclusions set forth in the Federal brochure. Download the plan brochure For information and changes to GEHA’s medical plans, see our three plan brochures – RI 71-006 (High and Standard Options), RI 71-014 (HDHP) and RI 71-018 (Elevate and Elevate Plus) – which are available at geha.com/PlanBrochure


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