2019 USG Retiree Transition WebEx Sessions & Onsite Meetings!
On June 6, we hosted two WebEx sessions for USG Pre-65 retirees and active USG employees who are age 65 and over and planning for retirement. The WebEx presentations were be led by representatives from the Aon Retiree Health Exchange and the Social Security Administration.
During these sessions, we covered the following topics:
Information about the Aon Retiree Health Exchange
Paying for Coverage
HRA Review and Eligibility
Enrollment Support and Timeline
Social Security & Medicare
For those who were unable to attend one of the WebEx sessions, a recording of the presentation is now available for you to view.
Lastly, to supplement the June 6 WebEx sessions we will be hosting onsite regional campus meetings on September 10, 11, and 12.
Tuesday, September 10 Middle Georgia State University (Macon)
Wednesday, September 11 Georgia State University (Clarkston Campus)
Thursday, September 12 University of Georgia (Athens)
Over the next few weeks additional communications will be sent about the onsite meetings.
Retiree Healthcare Contribution
For employees hired on or after January 1, 2013, the Employer Contribution for healthcare will be based on years of service with the University System of Georgia. Click below to see a chart of the contributions.
Pre-65 Retirees that qualify as a USG retiree, will continue their current USG medical, dental, vision and life insurance in retirement. If you have questions about your whether you qualify, then please contact your local HR office.
Remember to enroll in Medicare A & B at least 60-90 days before your 65th birthday to qualify to continue USG healthcare.
USG provides healthcare coverage to Medicare-eligible retirees through the Aon Retiree Health Exchange.
- Aon Retiree Health Exchange Medicare Insurance Guide
- Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Information
- Recorded Presentation
USG Life, Dental and Vision Coverage
If you are currently enrolled in USG life, dental or vision coverage, you do not need to take any action in order to continue that coverage.
If you drop coverage under these plans, you cannot re-enroll.
For more information, view the 2019 Comparison Guide.↑ Top