If you’re satisfied with your supplemental coverage, you only need to take action if your Aon Retiree Health Exchange plan will be discontinued or if there are major changes for 2022. You’ll receive a notice from your carrier in early October if this is the case.
However, even if you are satisfied with your current coverage and your plan does not have major changes, the list of covered medications and networks (covered doctors) may also change. Therefore, it is a good idea to confirm that your medications and doctors are still covered under your healthcare plan periodically.
Remember, in order for USG to provide a contribution to your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), you remain enrolled in at least one supplemental insurance (Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, or Medicare Prescription Drug Plan) through the Aon Retiree Health Exchange.
Make changes to your Medicare benefits
Need to make changes to your healthcare coverage for 2022? Medicare Open Enrollment is the only time you can do so. There are different enrollment periods depending on the plan you’re enrolled in:
- If you’re enrolled in Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D prescription drug plans, you can make changes for 2022 during Medicare Open Enrollment from October 15 to December 7, 2021. After December 7, you won’t be able to make changes to these plans for 2022.
- If you’re enrolled in a Medicare Supplement plan, you have until December 31, 2021, to make changes for 2022.
Tip! If your plan is changing or going away, you will receive will a letter from your carrier and an invitation to schedule an enrollment appointment with the Aon Retiree Health Exchange.
To enroll or make changes:
Log in to your Aon Retiree Health Exchange account at retiree.aon.com/usg. Use the tools to compare plans, see pricing or get answers to common questions. If you have questions, contact the Aon Retiree Health Exchange at 1-866-212-5052 to schedule an appointment with a dedicated Benefits Advisor.