Retiree Benefits

The A&M Care and A&M Care 65 Plus Health Plans are administered by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas. Express Scripts administers the prescription drug portion of both plans.

If you need to contact Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas or Express Scripts you can find contact information on the carrier information page.

65 Plus Medicare Advantage Plan (PPO)

Effective January 1, 2024, Medicare-eligible retirees and Medicare-eligible dependents will transition from the 65 Plus Plan for medical coverage to a new plan, the 65 Plus Medicare Advantage Plan (PPO). Prescription coverage will continue under your same Express Scripts Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. Your premiums paid to the A&M System will not change.

For coverage and benefit information, provider finder, and tools and resources, go to the TAMUS 65 Plus Medicare Advantage Plan (PPO) website.

Medicare Information

Medicare information page

Low Income Subsidy – Qualifying for Extra Help

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service 2019 Cost-Sharing Limits

Part D Income-Related Monthly Adjustment Amount

If your modified adjusted gross income is above a certain amount, you may pay a Part D income-related monthly adjustment amount (Part D-IRMAA). Learn more about this adjustment on the Medicare website.

Medicare Forms and Publications

Medicare Part D Coordination of Benefits/Direct Claim Form

Additional Programs

Silver Sneakers – Fitness program providing various opportunities for seniors to get healthy. Retirees and spouses must be 65 or older to participate. Virtual options!

MDLive Virtual Visits – Available to all retirees and survivors for a $20 copay regardless of whether you are medicare primary or not.

2nd.Md – Medical second opinions about a new diagnosis, your treatment plan, a surgery, your medications or a chronic condition.

WebMD One – Retirees are already receiving the lowest premium. Taking the Health Assessment is voluntary and will not add an additional incentive.