Retirees are often very loyal to their former employers. But, retirees should NOT assume that their company provided health care coverage is better than coverage that they can get on their own. In terms of value for your money, a common rule of thumb is if you are spending more than $200 to $250 a month, you should shop around.
The decision to drop retiree coverage can be irreversible so take your time making your decision.
Because I am affiliated with a number of the most respected insurance companies in the nations, I can compare plans and prices so you're sure to get the plan that's right for you. Give me a call at 440-255-5700 for a no-obligation review of your health insurance.