Subsidized COBRA Rate

Medical Coverage at a Special Subsidized COBRA Rate

COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) allows you and/or a dependent covered under medical, dental, vision and/or health care Flexible Spending Accounts benefits to continue coverage when it is lost due to your retirement. Coverage may be purchased for any or all persons on your policy at the time of your retirement.

For those interested in continuing to receive medical coverage for themselves and eligible dependents under one of the Wright State medical plans (i.e. AAUP PPO 90/10 Plan, PPO 90/10 Plan, AAUP PPO 80/20 Plan, PPO 80/20 Plan, AAUP HDHP Plan or HDHP Plan)*, the university will provide a special subsidized COBRA rate that will cover 50% of the COBRA rates for up to three years.

Your current WSU healthcare coverage will terminate on your retirement date.  COBRA coverage, if elected, will be reinstated to the first day of your retirement once the COBRA administrator, UMR, has received your subsidized payment.

For more information about COBRA benefits, please contact HR.

2016 Monthly Subsidized Rates for AAUP Faculty

 

PPO 90/10

PPO 80/20

HDHP

Individual

$302

$288

$235

Individual +1

$572

$545

$444

Individual + 2 or more

$997

$950

$775

Per Collective Bargaining Unit Agreement, the AAUP offerings include medical, dental and vision coverage.
 

2016 Monthly Subsidized Rates for Staff & Non-Bargaining Unit Faculty

 

PPO 90/10

PPO 80/20

HDHP

Dental

Vision

Individual

$284

$270

$216

$15

$4

Individual +1

$538

$511

$410

$28

$7

Individual + 2 or more

$935

$888

$712

$52

$11

 

*Medical plans and COBRA rates are subject to change annually.

 

This information provides you with details of the Voluntary Retirement Incentive Program available from Wright State University. More complete information about the offer can be found in the official plan documents.  If there are any differences between this information and the official plan documents, the official plan documents shall govern.