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Washington Report

  • Government Executive

    The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced on Tuesday, September 29, that enrollees in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) will see an increase in premiums in 2016. Non-postal federal employees and annuitants should expect a 6.4 percent increase, the largest since 2011. OPM Director of Healthcare and Insurance John O’Brien commented the increase is due to increases in prescription drug prices. Also in 2016, FEHBP enrollees will be able to sign up for a Self Plus One option, which offers coverage for a federal employee and one dependent. The FEHBP Open Season runs from November 9 through December 14, and OPM encourages all enrollees to examine available health care plans to see which one is best suited for them.

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