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  For DEC Retirees - HP Medical Plan or AON - 11/21 

Thanks to those who wrote in with suggestions and to share their experiences with HP/AON healthcare plans.  Here's what we learned so far.

Don LaBelle: This yearís attempt to sign up with AON was a disaster. Very long wait times, and then the person assigned to help from AON was not able to see my data. Very disappointing. Others I spoke to experienced the same.

Jack Mileski: I went to AON and saved over 50% on the same Tufts Medicare and Dental plans.  In 2021, I paid approx $550/mo.  ($6600/yr.). Now that I signed up with Aon for my Tufts and Dental PPO and, considering the HP approx $1000 subsidy, my total is $200/mo. for both me and my wife.

Barrie Hunter:  Dealing with AON has been one of the most frustrating experiences of my life. Despite their total lack of customer support and their poor communications, my transition to Tufts Medicare Preferred Basic Rx has been approved and I have our cards for next year. When itís all over, my out-of-pocket for medical premiums in 2022 will be $1392 a year versus the $6927 I will have paid for 2021.

Here's a link to the feedback from 2020.


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