Health Care Insurance. While a faculty member is on an approved leave of this type, the faculty member will be advised regarding the right to continue health care benefits in accordance with COBRA during the period of unpaid absence.
Health Care Insurance. The Milford School District will participate fully in the State subsidized plan of health care insurance as authorized in 29 Delaware Code, Chapter 52. Since 29 Delaware Code, Chapter 52 does not provide basic health care insurance coverage for personnel who have not completed at least three (3) months of employment for the State of Delaware, the Board agrees to subsidize said health care insurance coverage for these full-time Employees from local funds for the first three (3) full months of employment beginning on the first of the month following the employee’s hire date in an amount not to exceed identical coverage provided for experienced employees by the State. Coverage from local funds will terminate as soon as the Employee qualifies and is enrolled in the State-Subsidized program. Any first year full-time Employee who qualifies for participation in the State Health Care Insurance Program, except for the three-month (3) experience clause, is eligible for inclusion in the local program.
Health Care Insurance. The Program will provide health care insurance for full time Members (who are not currently covered by another healthcare provider) during their term of service (single coverage only, no family plan is available). The Member is responsible for co-payments and/or deductibles. AmeriCorps Programs purchasing their own health insurance for members must ensure plans meet the minimal essential coverage and meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
Health Care Insurance. Effective July 1, 2015 the Board will make available for the duration of the Agreement the following health insurance programs to eligible employees who enroll in the programs: The HMO (currently called BlueChoice) plan in effect as of July 1, 2010 at a 95% /5% premium split The PPN plan in effect as of July 1, 2010 (PPO Core) at a 90%/10% premium split A Triple Health Option plan at a 85/15 premium split The PPN plan in effect as of July I, 2009 (PPO Plus) will be closed to new enrollment and the Board will offer those currently enrolled in this plan the following premium splits: FY16- 80%/20% FY17-75%/25% FY18 -70%/30% The PPO Plus plan will be discontinued after FY18, or sooner if the enrollment in the plan is less than 10% of the total number of employees and retirees enrolled in health care plan. In the event that the plan will be eliminated for the fiscal year following the year in which the enrollment is below 10%. As a result of the changes in healthcare plans the Board will provide .5% increase to base salary in 2015-2016 school year and an additional .5% increase to the base salary in the 2017- 2018 school year. Effective July 1 through June 30, the Board will similarly make available for the duration of the Agreement to eligible employees who elect to enroll therein the choice of either the standard dental insurance plan or the Preferred Provider Dental Insurance plan in effect as of November 2000, or comparable plans providing comparable benefits (See Appendix.) The Board will not provide two insurance programs, e.g., Blue Cross/Blue Shield and an HMO program; or two different HMO programs for any eligible employees or eligible members of their families. This applies to all employees and eligible members of their families whose spouses are also employees of the school system. However, if one employee’s eligibility for participation is terminated for any reason, the other employee family member shall continue to be eligible for the existing coverage. Benefit Plan Resources Please note: The Benefits charts may not reflect minor changes made by the provider. For the most current information, please consult the providers’ websites or contact Customer Service: Provider Member Services Telephone Number Web Address CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (Medical) 000-000-0000 xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx Delta Dental 800-932-0783 xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx TASC (FSA) 000-000-0000 xxx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx APS Healthcare (EAP) 000-000-0000 xxx.XXXXxxxxxxx.xxx State Retireme...
Health Care Insurance. A group insurance plan covering hospital benefits, physician’s benefits and major medical benefits is available, through the diocese, to all certificated/licensed personnel. The diocese reserves the right to change the carrier and/or coverage during the term of this contract. The parish/school/system will pay coverage for the teacher’s health and life insurance benefits according to the terms of the diocesan plan.
Health Care Insurance. 1. Upon appropriate election in writing under the provisions of Section 125 of the IRS Code, the Board agrees to provide each full time employee with health care insurance protection based on a mutually agreed upon insurance plan, in compliance with PA 152, ACA or other legislated regulations. The state cap will be frozen at January 2014 levels (no increase of hard cap), as follows: single person coverage -
Health Care Insurance. In accordance with the federal regulations, the subgrantee is required to provide a health care policy that provides the minimum CNCS requirements specified to those full-time Members not otherwise covered by a health care policy at the time of enrollment or to those Members who lose coverage during their term of service as a result of participating in the Program or through no deliberate act of their own.