Flexible Spending Accounts-Health Care Sample Clauses

Flexible Spending Accounts-Health Care. The Employer shall provide Health Care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) for bargaining unit members. An FSA is a special account that allows employees to use pre-tax dollars for certain out-of-pocket health care costs.

Related to Flexible Spending Accounts-Health Care

  • Flexible Spending Accounts Employees in the unit shall have access to the County’s flexible spending account program, which provides employees with the options of dependent care assistance benefits with a calendar year maximum of $5,000, and medical expense reimbursement benefits with a calendar year maximum of $2,400. The County shall maintain this plan in compliance with IRC §125. Employee premiums for flexible spending account benefits shall be deducted on a pre-tax basis from employee pay.

  • Flexible Spending Account The parties agree that the State shall have the right to use State Employee Health Plan funds to cover the administrative costs of operating the medical and dependent care flexible spending account programs.

  • Health Spending Account 20.7.1 On January 1 the Board will contribute an annual amount of $800 to a Health Spending Account for eligible full-time continuous employees covered by this agreement. Eligible employees will be continuous employees who are actively at work, on maternity leave, on paid sick leave, on extended disability or on WCB as of the first working day of the applicable calendar year. A continuous employee hired after the first working day in the calendar year, will be eligible for the Health Spending Account on the first calendar day of the month following their date of hire. The contribution on the first calendar day of the month following the date of hire will be as follows for a full time employee: Month of Hire Contribution Amount Contribution Date January $733 February 1st February $667 March 1st March $600 April 1st April $533 May 1st May $467 June 1st June $400 July 1st July $333 August 1st August $267 September 1st September $200 October 1st October $133 November 1st November $67 December 1st December $800 January 1st The Board will contribute an annual amount of $500 to a Health Spending Account for full-time term specific employees covered by this agreement. The contribution will be made on the first calendar day of the month following the date of the commencement of the employee’s term. A term specific employee will not receive additional contributions if their term is extended or the employee commences a second term in the same calendar year.

  • Dental Care Plan 1. It is agreed that the STATE shall continue the Dental Care Program during the period of this Agreement The Dental Care Program may be modified by the State Health Benefits Plan Design Committee(Committee), in accordance with P.L. 2011, c. 78, effective January 1, 2012 (and each year thereafter). Pursuant to P.L. 2011, c. 78, the Committee has the sole discretion to set the amounts for maximums, co-pays, deductibles, and other such participant costs for all plans in the program and has the sole discretion to determine the plan design, plan components and coverage levels under the program.

  • Health Care Savings Plan ASF Members who have a HCSP waiver on file shall receive a two hundred fifty dollars ($250) cash payment. If the ASF Member separates due to death, the two hundred fifty dollars ($250) is paid in cash, not to the HCSP. An ASF Member who becomes totally and permanently disabled on or after January 1, 2008, who received a State disability benefit, and is eligible for a deferred benefit under a State Retirement program is also eligible for the two hundred fifty dollar ($250) contribution to the MSRS Health Care Savings Plan. ASF Members are eligible for this benefit only once.

  • HEALTH CARE PLANS ‌ Notwithstanding the references to the Pacific Blue Cross Plans in this article, the parties agree that Employers, who are not currently providing benefits under the Pacific Blue Cross Plans may continue to provide the benefits through another carrier providing that the overall level of benefits is comparable to the level of benefits under the Pacific Blue Cross Plans.

  • Dental Care Provider shall ensure that dentists and non-dentist ----------- dental care personnel are available in sufficient numbers as are necessary or appropriate to provide Dental Care to reasonably meet the demand for such Dental Care. In the event that dentists employed by, or shareholders of, Provider are not available to provide Dental Care coverage, Provider shall engage and retain dentists on a temporary coverage basis, which dentists shall meet or exceed the qualifications required for Provider's Dental Care Professionals under this agreement. All costs and expenses associated with the retention of such temporary coverage shall be Provider Expenses. With the assistance of the Service Company, Provider and the dentists shall be responsible for scheduling dentist and non- dentist dental care personnel coverage of all dental procedures. Provider shall cause all dentists to exert their best efforts to develop and promote Provider in such a manner as to ensure Provider is able to serve the diverse needs of the community. Provider shall organize and maintain a high quality, cost-effective process for ensuring that patients will have timely access to emergency Dental Care on a 24-hour, seven day per week basis.

  • State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP) During the life of this Agreement, the Employer agrees to offer a Group Insurance Program that includes health, dental, life, and disability coverages equivalent to existing coverages, subject to the provisions of this Article. All insurance eligible employees will be provided with a Summary Plan Description (SPD) called “Your Employee Benefits”. Such SPD shall be provided no less than biennially and prior to the beginning of the insurance year. New insurance eligible employees shall receive a SPD within thirty (30) days of their date of eligibility.

  • Health Plans All MAMP Benefit Plans that are group health plans, including health care flexible spending accounts, have been operated in compliance in all material respects with the requirements of Section 4980B of the Code and Parts 6 and 7 of Title I of ERISA, to the extent those requirements are applicable. No MAMP Benefit Plan provides (or has any obligation to provide) postretirement medical or life insurance benefits to any Service Providers, except as otherwise required under state or Federal benefits continuation Laws. No MAMP Benefit Plan that is a Welfare Plan is (i) a “multiple employer welfare arrangement” within the meaning of Section 3(40) of ERISA, or (ii) a “voluntary employees’ beneficiary association” within the meaning of 501(c)(9) of the Code or other funding arrangement for the provision of welfare benefits (such disclosure to include the amount of any such funding), or (iii) self-insured by MAMP or any MAMP Subsidiary. None of MAMP, the MAMP Subsidiaries or the MAMP Benefit Plans have failed to comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and its companion xxxx, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, to the extent applicable, whether as a matter of substantive Law or in order to maintain any intended Tax qualification, and no excise Tax, penalty, or assessable payment under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, as amended, and all regulations thereunder, including Section 4980H of the Code, is outstanding, has accrued, or has arisen with respect to any period prior to the Closing.

  • Health Care Benefits Blue Cross and Blue Shield will provide benefits for Members based upon the coverage that is in effect for the Member at the time the services are furnished and on contractual agreements made with providers. No action may be brought against Blue Cross and Blue Shield for failure to provide benefits unless brought within two years from the date the cause of action arises. Fiduciary Obligations You will be solely responsible for complying with all applicable provisions of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (ERISA). This includes the fiduciary responsibilities of administering your benefits plans, maintaining adequate funding to support these plans and providing required notices to Members. Solely for the benefits plans provided under this Agreement, and not for purposes of the wellness services and programs described in Attachment 1 or the Account-Based Offerings described in Attachment 2, Blue Cross and Blue Shield is the fiduciary to whom you have granted full discretionary authority to make decisions regarding the amount, form and timing of benefits; to conduct medical necessity review; to apply utilization management; to exercise fair and impartial review of denied claims for services; and to resolve any other matter under the benefits plan which is raised by a Member or identified by Blue Cross and Blue Shield regarding entitlement to benefits as described in the Subscriber Certificates for your benefits plan. All determinations of Blue Cross and Blue Shield with respect to any matter within its assigned responsibility will be conclusive and binding on all persons unless it can be shown that the interpretation or determination was arbitrary and capricious. Account/Subsidiary Relationship You agree that all your eligible employees are employed by you or by a subsidiary entirely owned by you. In the event that any such subsidiary is covered by this Agreement, you represent and warrant that you have the authority to enter into this Agreement on behalf of yourself and of every subsidiary that is covered by this Agreement. You, for yourself and for your subsidiaries covered under this Agreement, agree that you and each and every subsidiary are jointly and severally liable for payment of all premium charges owed under this Agreement. In the event that any such subsidiary is sold or is no longer entirely owned by you, you must notify Blue Cross and Blue Shield immediately.