HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. Any hospital and medical expense insurance policy or certificate; health, hospital, or medical service corporation contract or certificate; or health maintenance organization subscriber contract or certificate or any other similar contract, policy, or plan delivered or issued for delivery in New Jersey not explicitly excluded from the definition of a health benefits plan. Health Benefits Plan does not include one or more, or any combination of the following: coverage only for accident or disability income insurance, or any combination thereof; coverage issued as a supplement to liability insurance; liability insurance, including general liability insurance and automobile liability insurance; stop loss or excess risk insurance, workers’ compensation or similar insurance; automobile medical payment insurance; credit-only insurance; coverage for on-site medical clinics; and other similar insurance coverage, as specified in federal regulations, under which benefits for medical care are secondary or incidental to other insurance benefits. Health Benefits Plans shall not include the following benefits if they are provided under a separate policy, certificate or contract of insurance or are otherwise not an integral part of the plan: limited scope dental or vision benefits; benefits for long term care, nursing home care, home health care, community based care, or any combination thereof; and such other similar, limited benefits as are specified in federal regulations. Health Benefits Plan shall not include hospital confinement indemnity coverage if the benefits are provided under a separate policy, certificate or contract of insurance, there is no coordination between the provision of the benefits and any exclusion of benefits under any group Health Benefits Plan maintained by the same Plan Sponsor, and those benefits are paid with respect to an event without regard to whether benefits are provided with respect to such an event under any Group Health Plan maintained by the same Plan Sponsor. Health Benefits Plan shall not include the following if it is offered as a separate policy, certificate or contract of insurance: Medicare supplemental health insurance as defined under section 1882(g)(1) of the federal Social Security Act; and coverage supplemental to the coverage provided under chapter 55 of Title 10, United States Code; and similar supplemental coverage provided to coverage under a Group Health plan. [HEALTH CARE CENTER OR HEALTH CENTER. A place operated b...
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HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN a) Paramedical coverage for an Ontario Licensed chiropractor, osteopath, chiropodist, podiatrist, naturopath, speech therapist, masseur, physiotherapist, and acupuncturist to an annual maximum of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200) per practitioner.
HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. 8.1 The Co-operative agrees, during the term of this Collective Agreement, to make available the following benefits to eligible employees regularly working thirty-two (32) hours or more per week:
HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. 10.01 The Employer agrees to pay an amount of $1.65 per hour for each hour earned by each journeyman or registered apprentice who works on an hourly basis and remit same to the Union to be applied towards coverage of the Local 46 Health and Benefits Plan.
HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. 10.01 Each Contractor shall contribute to the Local Union 46 Health Benefits Plan a sum equal to $1.65 (May 1, 2016 – April 30, 2019) per hour for each hour’s pay earned by each employee.
HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. 35.01 A Joint Benefits Committee shall maintain the health benefits program. Co- chairs are from each party, with equal membership representation from CUPE employees and AUGC.
HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. (cont.) Any unit member who declines coverage shall be ineligible for re-enrollment for a period of one (1) year. Re-enrollment will be limited to the next October open enrollment period. This benefit is not available to a Bargaining Unit member whose spouse is also employed by Middlesex County College and eligible for health benefit coverage through the College.
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HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. The Employer will contribute for full time and part time employees, one hundred percent (100%) of the insurance premium for Extended Health Care Plan with twenty five dollars ($25.00) single and fifty dollars ($50.00) family deductible, provided the employees average hours meets the carriers minimum required hours (20 hours per week). Disputes regarding eligibility will be between the employee and the carrier. Plans will be modified as necessary to maintain plan costs at current premium levels.
HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. Basic and major medical insurance is available to full-time employees & their dependents on a group basis. Enrollment is optional and requires submittal of a registration form. Coverage becomes effective when 3 months of continuous service is completed. Basic coverage is provided by the Hospital Service Plan (Blue Cross) and the Medical-Surgical Plan (Blue Shield) of New Jersey. Coverage is paid by the Authority for the enrolled employee and dependents. Booklets outlining the contract provisions and benefits will be available in the Payroll Department. The Authority has passed a resolution providing for retiree health benefits. These benefits shall be available to eligible retirees only. The Authority reserves the right to eliminate retiree health benefits if it so determines in the future.
HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN. The Authority shall, on behalf of eligible full time employees and their families, provide health coverage at a cost equal to, but not greater than, rates published for the New Jersey Health Benefits for any non-traditional (HMO) plan. Employees electing to enroll in an approved plan whose premiums are greater than those of any HMO plan shall have the difference in premiums between the chosen plan and the highest HMO plan deducted from their paychecks. The Authority will forward its payment and the employees’ payment to the State Health Benefits Program as required. As required by State regulations, all employees of the Authority, including those not covered by this Agreement, shall be required to contribute to the traditional plan (Blue Cross/Blue Shield) should he/she elect traditional coverage. The Authority is seeking a more cost effective health benefits program to be implemented on or about July 1, 2005. The Authority agrees to maintain the structured level of benefits currently provided by the Authority in the New Jersey Health Benefits Program. If a more cost effective plan with comparable benefits is implemented, there will not be a requirement to contribute to the traditional plan premium as described above.
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