Losing your health care plan? Fed Times wants to hear from you


Is your health care plan among the 57 leaving the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, reducing its service area, or dropping an option or high-deductible health plan in 2010? Federal Times would like to hear from you. We’d like to find out how these changes will affect you, why you chose the plan now being dropped, and what your plans are.

Take a look at this OPM document — the plan terminations and reductions are on the first nine pages. And if your plan is on this list, send an e-mail to Stephen Losey at slosey@federaltimes.com.


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  1. For the second year I am choosing no health care benefits from the Federal Government. My spouse works for a large retail store and his Blue Cross is cheaper and they cover more than the government plan. I have always thought the government plans were superior. I was wrong.

  2. I have GEHA. They were not on the list, I love my health Insurance, GEHA has told me that They want to keep what t hey have and are not interested in The national Health Care plan. I am afraid that my cost will increase for those who can not afford.. I have a Hard enough time making ends meet.. I work hard for what I have, I pay for those already, The Illegals, The people who don’t want t o work, Food stamp programs, Indugent care.. IMy taxes pay for all that as well as yours… When will this stop!

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