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Retiree Health Insurance Fund

The Alaska Department of Administration established the Retiree Health Insurance Fund for the state's self-funded health insurance program for some retired employees (Alaska Statute 39.30.090, AS 39.30.091 and AS 39.30.095). Three insurance plans comprise the Retiree Health Insurance Fund: major medical, long-term care, and dental/visual/audio (assets for the latter plan are held in the GeFONSI). The fund consists of insurance premiums paid by the employer (the State and participating political subdivisions of the State) and retirees for future health-related expenses.

For more information on Retirement and Benefits, see the Alaska Division of Retirement and Benefits.

Current Fiscal Year

The list contains the following report types:

  • Interim Financial Schedules: Shows investment value and earnings by asset class at month end and fiscal year to date

FINANCIAL SCHEDULES

See our Retiree Health Insurance Fund Archives page for more documents.

 

 

RHIF Market Value
$774.74M at 9/30/2021

 

Performance Results
& Market Values

Long Term Care

Fiscal Year

Market Value Return %
2020 $628,675,133 7.47%
2019 $564,896,064 7.57%
2018 $506,038,739 4.53%
2017 $465,782,200 6.79%
2016 $417,455,884 3.61%
2015 $388,830,006 2.81%
2014 $360,071,328 11.55%
2013 $306,487,824 6.14%
2012 $272,703,512 3.97%
2011 $246,610,477 21.77%

Major Medical

Fiscal Year Market Value Return %
2020 $18,892,583 1.77%
2019 $18,409,991 2.50%
2018 $17,450,686 1.53%
2017 $16,185,213 0.88%
2016 $15,354,501 0.56%
2015 $14,599,978 0.30%
2014 $14,277,787 0.27%
2013 $13,727,143 0.24%
2012 $12,537,696 0.41%
2011 $11,619,060 0.48%