Your deductibles may have restarted on January 1

Most medical and prescription drug deductibles in ERS health insurance plans restarted on January 1. What does that mean for you?

If your prescription drug deductible restarted, for example, that means until you reach the $50 prescription drug deductible, you might pay more for a prescription now than the last time you filled it in 2019.

Coinsurance and out-of-pocket maximums for most plans also restarted in the new year.

Use the table below to find out the restart dates for your ERS health plan’s prescription drug and medical deductibles.

Source: ERS News About Your Benefits (January 2020)















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