Pre-65 Open Enrollment is scheduled for
May 13 – 29, 2020
For Plan Year July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021
Eligible retirees will have an opportunity to cancel, or make changes to their existing medical and/or dental insurance coverage.
Details on the specific plan changes and options will be posted at the Pre-65 Open Enrollment
About Pre-65 Open Enrollment
Open Enrollment is the time when Pre-65 retirees can make changes to their Medical and Dental plans for themselves and their enrolled pre-65 dependents. It begins Wednesday, May 13 and ends Friday, May 29, 2020 with plan changes effective July 1, 2019. If you do not make changes at this time, you can make changes next year during Pre-65 Open Enrollment in April and May 2021, or if you experience a qualifying change in status event.
Action is not required on your part to continue your current coverage. However, we recommend you contact the Bursar’s Office at 505.277.5363 to ensure your Automatic Bill Payment is set up correctly for premium increases that will become effective July 1, 2020.
Packets containing an Open Enrollment Guide and an Open Enrollment Form with Instructions were mailed to all Pre-65 eligible retirees prior to the start of Open Enrollment. If you do not receive your packet, need assistance making changes to your benefits, need to update your address on file, or if you have questions, email HRBenefits@unm.edu.
The following changes are effective for the upcoming Fiscal Year, July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021 (FY21).
What is Changing July 1
Review each plan you participate in below. Action is not required on your part if you do not want to make any changes to your existing coverage.
If you want to make changes or to review the plans you are currently enrolled in, click the View or Change Benefits button above for instructions.
||July 1 Changes
- No plan design changes
- Plan rates are increasing by 5% on average, but increases remain below national average.
- No plan design changes
- Plan rates are increasing by 4.9% on average, but increases remain below national average.
- New lower Urgent Care Tier 1 copay of $50 vs current $75! New cards will be issued to reflect this.
- New Tier 1 provider groups for Albuquerque and Branch Campuses!
- El Pueblo Health Services
- Duke City Urgent Care and Primary Care
- Rehoboth McKinley Hospital
- Los Alamos/Santa Fe:
- Los Alamos Medical Center
- Christus St. Vincent Hospital
- Holy Cross Medical Center
For FY21, there are no changes to the plan design or rates. Read about UNM’s Prescription drug plan through Express Scripts, Inc.
For FY21, there are no changes to the plan design or rates. Read about UNM’s Dental insurance plan through Delta Dental of New Mexico.
Life Insurance (decrease or cancel only)
For FY21, there are no changes to UNM’s insurance plans through The Hartford Insurance Company. Complete the Pre-65 & Medicare-Eligible Retiree Life Insurance Decrease Coverage or Cancellation Form to decrease or cancel this benefit. You may decrease or cancel your UNM life insurance benefit at any time during the year.
Read about UNM’s Pre-65 Life Insurance plan through The Hartford.