Health Insurance Coverage Sample Clauses

Health Insurance Coverage. (a) An employee who is laid off or separated from employment on or after July 1, 1994, under circumstances which entitle such employee to reemployment rights under this Article, other than pursuant to Section 23, may elect to continue membership in their health benefit plan, upon advance payment of the regular percentage contribution to the cost of the plan, during the first six
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Health Insurance Coverage. (a) An employee who is laid off or separated from employment on or after July 1, 1994, under circumstances which entitle such employee to reemployment rights under this Article, other than pursuant to reclassification provision if any, may elect to continue membership in their health benefit plan, upon advance payment of the regular percentage contribution to the cost of the plan, during the first six (6) full pay periods next following the effective date of separation, so long as such employee retains reemployment rights. An employee whose reemployment rights are reinstated following separation during a working test period and who did not receive health benefit coverage for six (6) full pay periods of layoff status prior to placement in such working test period may elect to continue membership in his or her health benefit plan upon advance payment of the regular percentage contribution to the cost of the plan for the number of pay periods which, when added to the number of pay periods in which such person received health benefit coverage prior to such placement, equals six (6) full pay periods of health benefit coverage during layoff status with reemployment rights.
Health Insurance Coverage. Following the occurrence of a Termination Event, to the extent permitted by the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (“COBRA”) and by the Company’s group health insurance policies, Executive and his covered dependents will be eligible to continue their health insurance benefits at their own expense. If Executive elects COBRA continuation, the Company shall pay Executive and his covered dependents’ COBRA continuation premiums for eighteen (18) months following the date of the Termination Event, provided that the Company’s obligation to make such payments shall cease immediately to the extent that Executive and/or his covered dependents are no longer entitled to receive COBRA continuation coverage. Executive agrees to notify a duly authorized officer of the Company, in writing, immediately upon Executive or a covered dependent beginning to receive health benefits from another source, or as otherwise required by COBRA.
Health Insurance Coverage a. For unit members who elect to have “Family” coverage, the City shall pay a total of $843.96 per month toward the cost of all medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefit premiums for the unit member employee and dependents for the term of this agreement. City shall pay for increased costs to medical, dental, vision and life insurance premiums for the employee and fifty percent (50%) of increased costs for dependents based upon HMO plan costs.
Health Insurance Coverage. Upon the occurrence of a Triggering Event or, if later, upon the termination of Executive's employment with the Company following a Triggering Event, to the extent permitted by the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 ("COBRA") and by the Company's group health insurance policy, Executive and his covered dependents will be eligible to continue their health insurance benefits at their own expense. If Executive elects COBRA continuation coverage, the Company shall pay Executive's and covered dependents' COBRA continuation premiums for six (6) months following the date Executive's coverage as an active employee under the Company's group health policy ceases, provided that the Company's obligation to make such payments shall terminate immediately if Executive becomes eligible for other health insurance benefits at the expense of a new employer. Executive agrees to notify the Company, in writing, immediately upon acceptance of any employment which provides health insurance benefits. This Section 3.3 provides only for the Company's payment of COBRA continuation premiums for the period specified above. This Section 3.3 is not intended to affect, nor does it affect, the rights of Executive, or Executive's covered dependents, under any applicable law with respect to health insurance continuation coverage.
Health Insurance Coverage. Upon the occurrence of a Termination Event, Executive shall be entitled to receive a payment equal to Eighty-Thousand U.S. Dollars ($80,000) (the “Health Expense Benefit”). The purpose of the Health Expense Benefit is to assist Executive with healthcare expenses, including additional health plan premium payments that may result from the occurrence of a Termination Event. Amounts to be paid under this section shall be paid in a lump sum no later than seven (7) business days after the Release Deadline. This Section 3.3 provides only for the Company’s payment of the Health Expense Benefit. This Section 3.3 does not affect the rights of Executive or Executive’s covered dependents under any applicable law with respect to health insurance continuation coverage.
Health Insurance Coverage. A. MY RESPONSIBILITY REGARDING MEDICAL COVERAGE I understand and agree that UCLA assumes no liability for any medical, hospital, other health care provider, and/or related expenses incurred by me while on The Program. I understand and agree that, as a condition for participation in The Program, I will receive through the period of my participation in The Program a traveler's insurance plan which includes a limited emergency health, evacuation and repatriation insurance policy. I understand that such insurance is limited and may not cover me for all medical expenses. I agree that I will be personally responsible for any and all medical, hospital and/or related expenses incurred by me while on The Program and during any breaks. I understand that medical facilities in foreign countries may require full payment for services prior to allowing a patient to be discharged from care. If I desire more comprehensive health care coverage than is provided, I understand that it is my responsibility to obtain and maintain such voluntary comprehensive coverage. I have read, understand and agree.
Health Insurance Coverage. Following the occurrence of a Termination Event, Employee shall be entitled, at the Company’s expense, to continue to receive the health insurance coverage to which Employee and his or her dependents were entitled as of the date of the Termination Event and for a period of twelve (12) months thereafter; provided, however, that such coverage may be structured, in the Company’s sole discretion, as a reimbursement to Employee for the Employee’s expenses (except for the portion of such expenses that would otherwise have been due from Employee had Employee continued in active employment with the Company) incurred for continuation coverage under the Company’s health plan pursuant to Section 4980B of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the ‘Code’).”
Health Insurance Coverage. Institution understands that Institution’s Students placed with District under this Agreement must have current health insurance coverage throughout their placement. Institution will provide to District, prior to placement, proof of Student’s health insurance coverage. Institution understands and agrees that District does not provide worker’s compensation insurance for student teachers.
Health Insurance Coverage. Following the occurrence of a Termination Event, Employee shall be entitled, at the Company’s expense, to continue to receive the health insurance coverage to which Employee and his or her dependents were entitled as of the date of the Termination Event and for a period of twelve (12) months thereafter.