Health Insurance

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Pre-Age 65
Retirees who are pre-age 65 and meet the Rule of 75 may continue in their current TCU Group Medical coverage provided through CARES. Coverage must be in effect for three months prior to retirement.  This coverage may be added only during open enrollment each year or with a qualifying event.  Contact Human Resources at 817-257-7790 for more information.Human Resources bills retirees for medical premiums on a monthly basis or online payments are available via credit card or debit card. Instructions for establishing an online payment may be found at Paying Benefits Online. Please note if you cancel your medical coverage or fail to make the premium payment in a timely manner, the coverage is terminated and you will not be allowed to enroll again.

2015 TCU OneExchange Presentation

 

Post-Age 65
Retirees who are post-age 65 and meet the Rule of 75 have access to individual plans which compliment Medicare through OneExchange, a Towers Watson company. TCU partners with OneExchange, whose licensed benefit advisors and knowledge of the Medicare market combine to make them a valuable advisor for TCU retirees. OneExchange will help you and your spouse (if applicable) choose the health care coverage that best matches your medical requirements and budget. Upon enrollment in a medical plan through OneExchange, you will have access to a TCU funded Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) to help reimburse you for eligible expenses.

For more information regarding Retiree Health Insurance, contact Human Resources at 817-257-7790.