FEHB Fee for Service Plans

Postal Premium Rates for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program
Plan Option Code 1999 Total Biweekly Premium Postal "A" -- 2000 Biweekly premium rates Postal "B" -- 2000 Biweekly premium rates
Total Pmt. USPS Pays Empl. Pays Change in Emp. Pmt. Total Pmt. USPS Pays Empl. Pays Change in Emp. Pmt.
Alliance Health Plan
High Self 1R1 134.42 134.42 93.06 41.36 -8.08 134.42 93.26 41.16 -8.28
High Family 1R2 284.97 284.97 207.74 77.23 -24.45 284.97 201.02 83.95 -17.73
APWU Health Plan
High Self 471 108.76 118.55 93.06 25.49 1.71 118.55 93.26 25.29 1.51
High Family 472 238.68 260.17 207.74 52.43 -2.96 260.17 201.02 59.15 3.76
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
High Self 101 135.63 145.12 93.06 52.06 1.41 145.12 93.26 51.86 1.21
High Family 102 290.01 310.32 207.74 102.58 -4.14 310.32 201.02 109.30 2.58
Standard Self 104 99.88 108.87 93.06 15.81 0.91 108.87 93.26 15.61 0.71
Standard Family 105 222.71 242.75 207.74 35.01 -4.41 242.75 201.02 41.73 2.31
GEHA Benefit Plan
High Self 311 108.31 124.55 93.06 31.49 8.16 124.55 93.26 31.29 7.96
High Family 312 233.60 268.64 207.74 60.90 10.59 268.64 201.02 67.62 17.31
Mail Handlers
High Self 451 110.95 124.26 93.06 31.20 5.23 124.26 93.26 31.00 5.03
High Family 452 234.02 262.10 207.74 54.36 3.63 262.10 201.02 61.08 10.35
Standard Self 454 76.67 84.33 74.84 9.49 0.86 84.33 74.84 9.49 0.86
Standard Family 455 166.40 183.04 162.45 20.59 1.87 183.04 162.45 20.59 1.87
NALC
High Self 321 115.20 125.70 93.06 32.64 2.42 125.70 93.26 32.44 2.22
High Family 322 246.18 268.63 207.74 60.89 -2.00 268.63 201.02 67.61 4.72
Postmasters
High Self 361 187.83 200.98 93.06 107.92 5.07 200.98 93.26 107.72 4.87
High Family 362 405.27 433.64 207.74 225.90 3.92 433.64 201.02 232.62 10.64
Standard Self 364 113.90 122.44 93.06 29.38 0.46 122.44 93.26 29.18 0.26
Standard Family 365 246.38 264.86 207.74 57.12 -5.97 264.86 201.02 63.84 0.75


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