AlaskaCare Premiums Effective 1/1/2017



AlaskaCare 2017 Active Employee Premiums
Medical Monthly Premiums SU, CEA, Exempt Members IBU, MEBA, AVTECHTA, COs, TEAME Members
Standard -
Employee & Family
$315.00 $315.00
Economy -
Employee & Family
$75.00 $0.00
Standard -
Employee Only
$115.00 $115.00
Economy -
Employee Only
$30.00 $0.00
Dental Monthly Premiums All AlaskaCare Members
Standard -
Employee & Family
$93.00
Economy -
Employee & Family
$0.00
Standard -
Employee Only
$34.00
Economy -
Employee Only
$0.00
Vision Monthly Premiums All AlaskaCare Members
No Coverage $0.00
Managed Care -
Employee & Family
$33.00
Managed Care -
Employee Only
$12.00
Effective: Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 2017

Premiums are subject to change.

Health Flexible Spending Account
Minimum Monthly Amount $20.00
Maximum Monthly Amount $216.00

You must contribute in whole dollar amounts. The amount of contributions you elect will be deducted from your paycheck in equal amounts throughout the year.

COBRA and LWOP EE
(effective 1/1/2017)
Plan Rate
Medical, Standard $929.12
Medical, Economy $526.36
Dental, Standard $49.11
Dental, Economy $20.08
Vision, Managed $11.48
COBRA and LWOP EE + Family
(effective 1/1/2017)
Plan Rate
Medical, Standard $2,659.20
Medical, Economy $1,505.10
Dental, Standard $135.05
Dental, Economy $55.22
Vision, Managed $33.36



* Under the authority of 2 AAC 39.920, Select Benefits will only pay 30 percent of covered charges for your dependents if your spouse or children are covered by a State employee health trust and that coverage:

  • has been waived,
  • pays less than 70 precent of covered expenses, or
  • has an individual out-of-pocket maximum, including deductible, of more than $3,500

This applies to any dependent covered by Select Benefits where the trust plan would normally pay first if you hadn't reduced or waived coverage. When your spouse or the parent of any of your children selects coverage under a State employee health trust, they must ensure they are electing a plan that covers at least themselves and any dependents for which they have primary responsibility and that coverage provides full family coverage. Failure to do so will result in less coverage for your dependents in the coming year.