What is a Health Care Facilitator?
The Health Care Facilitator (HFC) helps staff, retirees, survivors, and their eligible family members better understand and obtain the full benefits and services from the UC sponsored health plans. Fore more information, refer to the Health Care Facilitator Program brochure. Each consultation is always confidential and complies with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) privacy and security laws. Health Care Facilitators are also required to follow the UC's Group Insurance Regulations.
How can a Health Care Facilitator Help?
Resolve your health care problems when finding a solution on your own has not been successful
RASC Monthly Medicare Support
RASC for weekly Medicare office hours, where Erin Morse, Insurance Supervisor, and Jasmine Manglinong, Insurance Liaison for Medicare, are available to answer questions about all things Medicare. Registration is required and capped at 300 attendees. If you cannot join, please be sure to cancel your attendance.
RASC for monthly Medicare webinars. Erin Morse, Insurance Supervisor, and Jasmine Manglinong, Insurance Liaison for Medicare, will provide an educational webinar on important Medicare topics for UC retirees. After the webinar, there will be ample time for an in-depth Q&A session, where retirees can ask questions about their situation. Registration is required and capped at 300 attendees. If you cannot join, please cancel your attendance so others can join.
Medicare Information for Employees 65+ and Dependents
Employees 65 and over who are eligible to enroll in Medicare have the option to postpone enrollment in Medicare part B and D. To learn more:
Retiree Health & Welfare Benefits
Upcoming event: Retiree Health - Frequently Asked Questions webinar
Thinking of returning to work after retiring. Review the Rehired Retiree Factsheet