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emeritus

Retired from an academic appointment but retaining, as an honorary title, that held before retirement. Used especially of professor.
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TIAA-CREF's relationship with Emeriti further underscores our commitment to meet this need with effective and innovative health care savings solutions.
Emeriti began research and program development in 2000 with multiple grants from The Andrew W.
Savitz has special strengths in retiree benefits administration, particularly for health and welfare benefits programs, such as Emeriti.
To meet the growing interest of institutions nationwide and to facilitate discussion and awareness of this critical issue, Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions, along with its strategic business collaborators, Fidelity Investments and Aetna, will hold its first major educational symposium, "Medicare Reform and Retiree Health Care: the Future of the Social Contract," at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC today.
Kenneth Cool, president of Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions.
Launched last May, the Emeriti Program is a first-of-its-kind solution giving higher education faculty and staff access to group health plan options offered by Aetna that provide coverage beyond what is offered by traditional Medicare.
Linda Evers Cool, founding director of New York-based Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions.
The Emeriti Program can help institutions support more timely retirements by giving retiring faculty and staff access to group health plan options that provide coverage beyond what is offered by traditional Medicare, such as out-of-pocket maximum protection in cases of prolonged, catastrophic illness and enhanced prescription drug benefits.
By pre-funding retiree health care costs annually through the Emeriti Program, institutions can gain more fiscal control since they are contributing today's dollars toward meeting the future needs of their retirees.