Washoe County Retirees

Medical - Dental - Vision 

Washoe County offers its retirees comprehensive medical, dental and vision insurance coverage.  Retirees have four health plans to select from: a Self-funded Group Health Plan, which utilizes a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), a High Deductible Health Plan with a Health Reimbursement Account, or a Medicare Advantage Plan for those retirees and their dependents enrolled in Medicare.

Retiree Benefits Comparison

Retiree Enrollment Change Form

Retiree FAQs

Glossary of Terms

Eligibility Quick Reference Sheet

The County pays all or a portion of the premium cost for retirees coverage based on hire date and years of service.  For retirees who wish to cover their dependents, the table below outlines the monthly cost, based upon plan selection and number of family members covered (medical only):

Self-funded PPO*                

Self-Funded HDHP*

HMO*                             

Medicare Advantage Plan* 
Retiree - No Medicare

$790.99

$476.41

$739.58

N/A
Spouse - No Medicare

$755.36

$439.88

$697.84

N/A
Child(ren) - No Medicare

$620.11

$367.73

$567.12

N/A
Family - No Medicare

$1,308.56

$740.70

$1,537.69

N/A
Retiree - With Medicare

$593.36

N/A

$549.51

$187.23
Spouse - With Medicare

$557.74

N/A

$524.76

$165.49

Child(ren) - With Medicare            

$462.02

N/A

$567.13

N/A
Family - With Medicare

$952.84

N/A

$1,364.62

N/A

* Rates do not reflect County paid benefits


Self-funded Group Health Plan (PPO)

Washoe County Retirees have a choice of two networks for the PPO Self-funded Plan: PPO Self-funded Plan administered by CDS Group Health and the Universal Health Network OR PPO Self-funded Plan administered by Hometown Health and the Hometown Health Network of providers.

Prescription benefits under this plan are managed by WellDyneRx.

CDS Group Health Plan Document

CDS Summary of Benefits

Hometown Health Plan Document

Hometown Health Summary of Benefits

 


  Hometown Health Logo  Health Maintenance Organization Premier (HMO) Plan

This plan is administered by Hometown Health, with prescription benefits managed by HometownRx

Premier HMO Plan Summary

Hometown Premier HMO Provider Network

Senior Care Plus logo   Medicare Advantage HMO Plan

The Medicare Advantage HMO Plan is administered by Senior Care Plus.

Medicare Advantage Plan Summary

Medicare FAQs


 American Fidelity logo  American Fidelity GAP Plan

This GAP Plan is administered by American Fidelity Assurance Company, and is designed to help cover some of your out-of-pocket expenses with the Premier HMO group health plan. 

Gap Plan and HMO Participants

Gap Plan Reimbursement Form

Gap Plan FAQs


     Dental and Vision Benefits

Dental benefits are optional for Retirees.

The self-funded dental plan is administered by CDS Group Health and the list of PPO dental providers is managed by Guardian;

Dental Plan Summary

Dental Plan Provider Network

Self-funded vision benefits are administered by Vision Service Plan (VSP) and are automatically included with the County's medical plans:

Vision Service Plan (VSP) Provider Network

Retiree Dental - Optional                   Rates for Retirees with or without Medicare
Retiree

$59.10

Retiree + Spouse

$114.07

Retiree + Child(ren)

$103.07

Retiree + Family

$158.04


PERS Logo PERS - Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada      

The Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS) administers the retirement plan.

PERS Retiree Reemployment Notification (Non-PERS eligible position)

PERS Re-Employed Retiree Earnings Limitation for FY 2017


Mass Mutual Logo  Deferred Compensation

MassMutual manages the Deferred Compensation programs: 457 Deferred Compensation Plan, 401(a) Plan and the OBRA Plan.

If you are a participant in one of the Deferred Compensation Plans and would like additional information, please contact MassMutual at 800-255-2464 or 855 553-2177.  You may also log into MassMutual online. 

Deferred Compensation Plans - Beneficiary/Address Change Form

Deferred Compensation Plan FAQs

 

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