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Plus Plan - Retirement Before July 2013

The costs of the Plus Plan for participants who have retired, or are eligible to retire1 prior to July 1, 2013 are detailed below.  

If you retire on or after July 1, 2013 and are not eligible to retire prior to July 1, 2013, see Plus Plan for the updated schedule of costs for the Plus Plan.

Your Monthly Cost - 2017 & 2018

The monthly cost, per person, for the Plus Plan is shown below. These costs represent the cost to you after any Medicare Supplement Health Plan subsidy2 from CPF has been applied:

Years of Credited Service Monthly Cost per Person 
  2017 2018
1-4 You are not eligible to participate in a Medicare Supplement Health Plan.
5-9 $465.00 $485.00
10 $145.00 $150.00
11 $143.00 $148.00
12 $141.00 $146.00
13 $139.00 $144.00
14 $137.00 $142.00
15 $135.00 $140.00
16 $133.00 $138.00
17 $131.00 $136.00
18 $129.00 $134.00
19 $127.00 $132.00
20 or more $125.00 $130.00

Your Costs for Healthcare - 2017

The out of pocket costs for 2018 are not yet available. We will post them when Medicare makes them available.

  • For Medicare Parts A and B benefits, the annual out-of-pocket limit is $1,750 per individual. If your medical costs exceed the annual or lifetime Medicare Supplement Health Plan Part A benefit maximums ($50,000 and $200,000, respectively, per individual), your out-of-pocket costs will exceed the annual maximum.
  • Inpatient hospital copayment: up to $150 per benefit period
  • Medicare Part B physician copay up to $15 per visit
  • Routine physical exam costs in excess of $200

See a detailed comparison of the different plans.

See the 2017 Medicare Supplements Comparison Chart for additional plan information.

1 To be eligible to retire prior to July 1, 2013, a cleric must have met the requirements of a 55/30, 60/5, 65/5 or disability retirement under The Church Pension Fund Clergy Pension Plan on or prior to June 30, 2013.

The Church Pension Fund plans to continue to provide the Medicare Supplement subsidy. However, given the rising cost of medical care, coupled with the uncertainty regarding the structure of Medicare in the future, this should not be viewed as a guarantee of a Medicare Supplement subsidy in perpetuity.

 

Health benefits are offered through plans maintained by Church Pension Group Services Corporation (doing business as The Episcopal Church Medical Trust), 19 East 34th Street, New York, NY 10016.

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