Health Care Insurance Sample Clauses

Health Care Insurance. The Board shall provide the health care insurance protection designated below:
Health Care Insurance. The Board of Education will provide a comprehensive hospitalization and physician group plan, as presented as part of this contract, for those employees who work at least a seven-hour and fifteen minutes day and are employed for the school year. Both single and family coverage will be provided. New employees shall not be given the opportunity to choose the flex health care option. Employees opting other health coverage at date of hire are able to enroll in the Washington Local School District program at a later date. Open enrollment for eligible employees without evidence of insurability will be August 15 - September 15 with coverage effective October 1. Continuous enrollment for eligible employees with evidence of insurability will be the first of the next month after approval of medical survey by carrier. A working spouse who is eligible for a health care plan through another employer and pays 50% or less of the monthly premium must take at least single coverage through that employer to be eligible for coverage through Washington Local Schools. If a spouse must enroll or re-enroll in their employer's plan, this must be done at the first available window period. Full time Bargaining unit members may elect not to be covered under the health care insurance plan. In lieu of this insurance coverage, bargaining unit members may elect to receive a $1,368.00 payment pursuant to the provisions of the Section 125 - Employee Benefit Plan. Bargaining-unit members who are eligible for family HMO coverage, and who select single coverage, will receive $960.00 for medical and $348.00 for prescription. Employees shall pay a monthly share of health care and prescription premiums as follow: 2016-2017 • 8% of monthly premium effective September 1, 2016 with a rate cap of $50 per month for single and $130 per month for family2017-2018 • 10% of monthly premium effective September 1, 2017 with a rate cap of $50 per month for single and $130 per month for familyFamily & Single Flex: $ 180.00. In the event of a change in the need for coverage due to a major life event causing a cessation of the teacher's alternate source of coverage during the waiver year (e.g. death of spouse, divorce, dissolution, spouse loss of job), the teacher may reinstate coverage effective the first day of the following month without having to meet any preexisting condition requirement provided she/he has filed the proper application with the Office of the Treasurer. Such re-entry into the insurance prog...
Health Care Insurance. Continued health care coverage under Gen-Probe’s medical plan will be provided, without charge, to the Executive and his eligible dependents until the earlier of (i) Executive’s sixty-fifth (65th) birthday or (ii) the first date that the Executive is covered under another employer’s health benefit program providing substantially the same or better benefit options to the Executive without exclusion for any pre-existing medical condition. The period of time medical coverage continues under this Agreement will be counted as coverage time under COBRA. Such coverage may be provided at Gen-Probe’s option either by payment directly to Gen-Probe’s health insurance carrier, through Gen-Probe’s own employee medical expense plan if Gen-Probe is self-insured, or through reimbursement of Executive’s COBRA premiums upon submission of reasonable substantiation. After Executive reaches age 65, Gen-Probe will provide up to $10,000.00 per year in medical reimbursement to cover medical expenses incurred but not covered by either Medicare Part A and B or Medicare Supplemental Insurance. The Executive is expected to carry Supplemental Medicare Insurance and to comply with the Insurance Plan restrictions to maximize coverage.
Health Care Insurance. The District agrees to provide, without cost to full-time, actively-employed Employees, health care insurance benefits as follows:
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. During the Employment Continuation Period, Fiorentino will continue to be a participant in the Company's health care insurance program. During this period, Fiorentino will have the same level of coverage that he is receiving under the Company's health care insurance program as of the date of this Agreement, and the Company will pay all premiums for this insurance, unless there is a change in the Company's health care insurer or a health care insurer's eligibility rules or other change in the Company's health care insurance program applicable generally to Company employees, in which case such changes will also apply to Fiorentino. On termination of his service at the end of the Employment Continuation Period, Fiorentino will be entitled to extend his Company health insurance benefits under and subject to the terms of COBRA, provided that if he elects to accept this COBRA benefit, he will be responsible for the payment of all premiums for his health insurance for the entire COBRA period.
Health Care Insurance. After the Retirement Date, Reamer and his spouse will be entitled to extend Company health insurance benefits under and subject to the terms of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act ("COBRA"). The Company will pay all premiums for Reamer's health insurance under COBRA until September 21, 2000, at which time Reamer will become eligible for Medicare coverage. Beginning on September 21, 2000 through the end of the Consulting Period, the Company will provide Reamer supplemental Medex 3 health care coverage or comparable coverage at the Company's expense. After the retirement date, the Company will pay all premiums under COBRA for health insurance coverage for Reamer's spouse for as long as she is eligible for coverage under COBRA. When Reamer's -3- 4 spouse ceases to be eligible for health insurance coverage under COBRA, the Company will purchase an individual insurance policy which shall provide her with coverage equivalent to what she received under the Company's group policy which coverage shall remain in effect until January 6, 2007. Beginning on January 6, 2007 through the end of the Consulting Period, the Company will provide Reamer's spouse supplemental Medex 3 health care coverage or comparable coverage at the Company's expense.
Health Care Insurance. Alliance will pay Feltner's medical and dental insurance costs for a period of twelve (12) months beginning on the Termination Date. At Alliance's option, Alliance may either continue providing Feltner with his current medical and dental insurance under Alliance's company plans, or it may pay Feltner a single, lump-sum payment equal to twelve (12) months of equivalent coverage under Alliance's COBRA plan. If Alliance elects to make the single, lump-sum payment, it must pay this amount to Feltner on the Termination Date.