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2023 Annual Enrollment – October 18th through November 3rd

by on October 18, 2022

AEP’s 2023 Health & Welfare Benefits Guides for retirees are now available at the links below or on the ‘Benefits’ tab.  We have some exciting changes to announce for the new year including a new pharmacy provider, Optum Rx.  You’ll want to make sure to thoroughly review the information provided in the annual enrollment guide and continue to watch your mailbox and e-mail for more information in the coming months, including a new ID card(s). 

2023 Annual Enrollment Guide for Retirees & Survivors Age 65 or Older

2023 Annual Enrollment Guide for Retirees & Survivors Under Age 65

Information was mailed out on October 12, 2022 to those retirees who are over the age of 65 and don’t have an email address on file.  If an email address is on file, information was sent via email on October 18th.

As a reminder, retirees under age 65 no longer receive a printed guide and will need to access for annual enrollment information if they don’t have an email address on file.  For those with an email address on file, information was emailed on October 18.  You will still receive a personalized enrollment worksheet which includes your monthly premium information as well as highlights of the 2023 changes.

The 2023 annual enrollment period starts today, October 18th, and will continue through November 3rd.  For additional information log onto  As a reminder, you must create a new user name and password, if you haven’t done so already. 

If you prefer to speak to a representative, have any questions or need assistance with logging in or making any changes to your 2023 benefits, please contact the AEP Benefits Center at 1-888-237-2363, option 1.

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  1. Randy Shields permalink

    I have been trying to get a reason for the increase in the cost of my wifes prescription which went form $62.16 to $214.00 for a 30 day supply. This is a cancer drug which cannot be issued for 90 days. AEP benefits cannot give me a reason for the increase or can Optum Rx. In talkaing lwith Optum they do not know much about our plan, I have been told that I have a $500 deductible and other miss leading information.
    Randy Shields

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