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What this video to learn the difference between Medicare and FEHBP premiums.
Brian Sperling, GEHA Account Manager, explains the relationship between Medicare Part B premiums and FEHBP premiums.
GEHA offers a great value when you have Medicare Part B and your federal health plan coverage. The essential value behind that is you get your copays and deductibles waived when you have Medicare Part B and your federal health plan coverage together.
This will help offset the cost that you'll be paying for your Medicare Part B premiums because you'll essentially be netted out at this hundred percent coverage. If you had a large medical expense, this would easily outweigh the cost of paying for Medicare Part B just simply in one year.