Dental Coverage. Each employee covered by this agreement shall be eligible to participate in the City's dental program.
Dental Coverage. (a) (1) The Employer shall pay all of the monthly premium for a dental plan covering one hundred per cent (100%) of the cost of the basic plan "A" and sixty per cent (60%) of the cost of the extended plan "B" and sixty per cent (60%) of the cost of the extended plan "C" (Orthodontic Plan). The dental plan shall cover regular employees and their eligible dependents (including spouses) under the Pacific Blue Cross Plan, or any other plan mutually acceptable to the Union and the Employer.
Dental Coverage. The City shall provide a dental care program for employees. The Dental Program shall be maintained at City expense, to provide 90% co-insurance for the employee and employee's dependents, for the duration of this Agreement. Effective January 1, 1995, the Dental Program shall be improved at City expense to increase the lifetime orthodontic coverage from $1,000 to $2,000 and to increase the Dental Program annual coverage from $1,000 to $2,000. If an employee chooses to complete and submit an Affidavit of Domestic Partnership and sign up for dental benefits for his or her domestic partner, the employee may be subject to federal and state income tax withholding.
Dental Coverage. The MCO is not responsible for reimbursing dental providers for preventive and therapeutic dental services obtained by Medicaid or CHIP Members, with the exception of the dental services available to STAR+PLUS Members in the enrolled in the HCBS STAR+PLUS Waiver. However, medical and/or Hospital charges, such as anesthesia, that are necessary in order for Medicaid or CHIP Members to access standard therapeutic dental services, are Covered Services for Medicaid or CHIP Members. The MCO must provide access to facilities and physician services that are necessary to support the dentist who is providing dental services to a Medicaid or CHIP Member under general anesthesia or intravenous (IV) sedation. The MCO must inform Network facilities, anesthesiologists, and PCPs what authorization procedures are required, and how Providers are to be reimbursed for the preoperative evaluations by the PCP and/or anesthesiologist and for the facility services. For dental-related medical Emergency Services, the MCO must reimburse Network and Out-of-Network providers in accordance with federal and state laws, rules, and regulations.
Dental Coverage. 233. The City agrees to maintain dental plan coverage at present levels for the term of this Agreement. Otherwise, effective January 1, 2013, employees who enroll in the Delta Dental PPO Plan shall pay the following premiums for the respective coverage levels: $5/month for employee-only, $10/month for employee + 1 dependent, or $15/month for employee + 2 or more dependents.
Dental Coverage. The Board will pay the premiums to provide dental insurance. The coverage amount will be based on whether or not the spouse has other dental coverage. ⮚ Without Other Dental (Non COB) • Type 1 – 80%, Type 2 – 80% and Type 3 – 80% up to an annual maximum of $1,000 every calendar year. • Type 4 – 60% up to a lifetime maximum of $1,300. ⮚ With Other Dental (COB) • Type 1 – 50%, Type 2 – 50% and Type 3 – 50% up to an annual maximum of $1,000 every calendar year. • Type 4 – 50% up to a lifetime maximum of $1,000.
Dental Coverage. The City will provide a suitable dental plan, at the Employer's option, for each permanent full-time employee, spouse and their dependent children. The plan administrator will cover dependent children through age 26. Effective September 1, 2014, the 80/20 dental plan with coverage for Class I, II and III benefits will be increased to $1,300 annually. It will continue to include an optional enhanced PPO that provides better coverage for employees who use a PPO member dentist. The enhanced PPO provides 100% coverage for diagnostic and preventive services, emergency palliative treatment and radiographs. The balance of Class I benefits would be covered at the rate of 85%. Coverage under the present dental plan will not change for those employees who continue to use a non-participating dentist. The dental plan shall include an orthodontic rider of fifty percent (50%) with a $2,000 lifetime maximum per eligible person. Effective September 1, 2014, the 50/50 plan with coverage for Class I, II and III benefits will be increased to $1,300 annually. The dental plan shall include an orthodontic rider of fifty percent (50%) with a $2,000 lifetime maximum per eligible person. The 50/50 plan will allow working couples the flexibility in the coordination of dental coverage. The selection of this option will be strictly voluntary except in those cases where the husband and wife work for the city -- in this case, the employer will automatically place both employees in the 50/50 plan. If a change occurs in marital status, the employee can return to the 80/20 plan at his or her option.