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2022 Benefit Information

PEBB

MEDICAL

MODA Synergy

PROVIDENCE PEBB STATEWIDE/CHOICE

KAISER HMO & KAISER DEDUCTABLE 

  • Facilities are located in the Eugene, Salem and Portland areas
  • You access care only through Kaiser providers and facilities
  • The HMO plan has lower out-of-pocket costs than the deductible plan, which has a lower premium.
  • Both plans offer a medical home in which your primary care provider directs all your care, including specialist care.
  • Service Area – Zip Codes in:  Oregon – Benton, Clackamas, Columbia, Hood River, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington and Yamhill; Washington – Clark, Cowlitz, Lewis, Skamania, Wahkiakum
  • Kaiser HMO & Kaiser Deductible website
  • Kaiser 2021-2022 Webinar
  • Plan Summary and Member Handbook

SHIBA Medicare Information (Senior Health Insurance Benefits)

DENTAL

VISION

VSP Webinar Registration

VSP Virtual Booth

RETIREMENT

FIDELITY

TIAA

SAVI- Student Loan Forgiveness Webinar

OPTIONAL RETIREMENT PLAN

OREGON SAVINGS AND GROWTH (OSGP)

PERS

OPSRP  (Tier 3) 

  • Description: Hired after 8/28/2003 at any stage of career (hired after August 28, 2003): This presentation is ideal for members at any stage of their careers who began their PERS-covered career after August 28, 2003. Topics include membership and vesting requirements, information regarding Online Member Services and estimates, retirement eligibility, detailed information about the Individual Account Program (IAP), and member resources.

PERS Retirement Readiness – Tier One and Tier Two (hired before August 29, 2003) within 3 years of retirement

  • Description: This presentation is ideal for Tier One/Tier Two members who are within three years of PERS retirement. Topics include a step-by-step review of a PERS estimate of retirement benefits, retirement options, and retirement timelines; guidelines on completing the retirement application; an explanation of working after retirement rules; detailed information regarding the Individual Account Program (IAP); and a list of available resources.

Introduction to PERS – Tier One and Tier Two more than 3 years of retirement

  • Description: This presentation is ideal for Tier One/Tier Two members with more than three years to PERS retirement. Topics include a look at available resources, information about Online Member Services estimates, a review of retirement timelines, an explanation of working after retirement rules, detailed information regarding the Individual Account Program (IAP), and other information you may find useful as you move toward retirement.

WELLNESS PROGRAMS

OPTIONAL INSURANCE