Q. I am 63 and retired from Tobyhanna Army Depot. I have coverage with Geisinger Health Plan as part of my retirement package. I have Tricare standard, being retired military. How do I drop Geisinger since I receive Tricare at no monthly cost? It makes no sense to pay for one that is close to $300 per month when I have Tricare that has a much lower deductible, and I will have to come under Medicare Part B in the near future. How do I do this?
Q. I’m retired and will soon be 65 years old, which means I will enroll in Tricare and Medicare, leaving federal-level coverage of Blue Cross Blue Shield. Can I reenroll in the FEHB program if I’m not happy with Tricare? I also have Aetna federal dental plan? Can I keep Aetna with Tricare?