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You may not be eligible to enroll in an HMO plan but there are ten fee- for-service plans available nationwide to all Federal employees and annuitants. These plans are: APWU Health Plan, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Service Benefit Plan - Standard Option, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Service Benefit Plan - Basic Option, GEHA Benefit Plan - HDHP, Mail Handlers Benefit Plan, Mail Handlers Benefit Plan - HDHP, NALC, SAMBA – High Option, and SAMBA – Standard Option. Please review the brochures of each of these plans to determine which plan best meets your medical needs.
If Federal enrollees have HMOs in their local areas that do not currently participate in the FEHB Program, we encourage them to ask their HMOs to consider the FEHBP market for their geographic areas. New plan application packages for the FEHB Program are available at www.opm.gov/insure/health/carriers/index.asp. Applications are due to OPM by January 31 of each year for the next contract term.
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