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 bill, 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 Plans. If, at the time of separation from service, Executive is a "specified employee" within the meaning of Section 409A(a)(2)(B)(i) and the Treasury Regulations, Executive shall pay the full cost of coverage for Executive and his dependent(s) under Employer's health care and hospitalization plan(s), determined according to the rates for continuation coverage under COBRA (but excluding the additional two percent (2%) administrative fee) for the first six (6) months of coverage following Executive's separation from the service of Employer as defined in Code section 409A(a)(2)(A)(i) and the Treasury Regulations. Beginning with the seventh (7th) month following Executive's separation from the service of Employer as defined in Code section 409A(a)(2)(A)(i) and the Treasury Regulations if Executive is a "specified employee," or beginning with the first month of coverage if, at the time of separation from service, Executive is not a "specified employee," Executive shall pay the same cost for coverage under the health plan as active employees of Employer. Coverage for Executive and Executive's dependents shall terminate on the last day of the month in which Executive's 65th birthday shall occur. All claims made by Executive and Executive's dependents under the health plan shall be paid no later than the last day of the calendar year following the calendar year in which such claims were incurred. Executive agrees that he will promptly reimburse Employer for any claims that are paid after the last day of the calendar year following the calendar year in which such claims were incurred.
Health Plans. (i) Not later than the Distribution Date, Healthcare shall establish the Healthcare Health Plans and Electronics shall establish the Electronics Health Plans, each effective no later than the Distribution Date and, correspondingly, Healthcare Employees and Electronics Employees shall cease participating in the Tyco Health Plans on the dates the new plans are established. The newly established Healthcare Health Plans and Electronics Health Plans shall be substantially similar to the Tyco Health Plans. After the Distribution Date (except as otherwise provided below): (A) Healthcare shall be solely responsible for the management and administration of the Healthcare Health Plans and solely responsible for the payment of all employer-related costs in establishing and maintaining the Healthcare Health Plans, and for the collection and remittance of participant contributions and premiums and shall establish and appoint members to a benefits review committee to review Healthcare Health Plan claims, (B) Electronics shall be solely responsible for the management and administration of the Electronics Health Plans and solely responsible for the payment of all employer-related costs in establishing and maintaining the Electronics Health Plans, and for the collection and remittance of participant contributions and premiums and shall establish and appoint members to a benefits review committee to review Electronics Health Plan claims, and (C) Tyco shall retain sole responsibility for all Liabilities under the Tyco Health Plans and sole responsibility for the payment of all employer-related costs in maintaining the Tyco Health Plans, and for the collection and remittance of participant contributions and premiums.
Health Plans. It is agreed that Kaiser, Anthem Blue Cross HMO or Anthem Blue Cross EPO will be approved programs available to eligible unit members. It is further agreed either party may suggest additional or different programs as they become available. Adding or changing any such program shall be only with concurrence of each party after consultation.
Health Plans. Parkvale will use (i) its best efforts to cause any pre-existing condition, limitation or exclusion in its medical, long-term disability and life insurance plans to not apply to Transferred Employees or their covered dependents who are covered under a medical or hospitalization indemnity plan maintained by Advance or Advance Savings on the Effective Time and who then change coverage to Parkvale's or the Bank's medical or hospitalization indemnity health plan at the time such Transferred Employees are first given the option to enroll and (ii) honor under such plans any deductibles and annual out-of-pocket contributions incurred by the Transferred Employees during the calendar year prior to the Effective Time.
Health Plans. Health Plans," when immediately preceded by ------------ "Catalytica," means the self-funded medical, health maintenance organization ("HMO"), vision, and dental plans and any similar or successor Plans. When immediately preceded by "CESI," "Health Plans" means the self-funded medical, vision and dental plans to be established by CESI pursuant to Section 2.2 and Article V.
Health Plans. Subject to Employee timely signing and returning, and not revoking, the release required by Section 8(a), if Employee is terminated pursuant to Section 5(b) or (d) or terminates pursuant to Section 5(e), the Company shall pay Employee an amount equal to the costs (determined as of the Termination Date) associated with providing the Employee with medical and health benefits coverage under the Health Plans in which Employee was eligible to participate prior to the Termination Date for a period of time equal to 12 months times the Severance Multiple. If Employee's employment is terminated due to Employee’s death, the Company shall pay Employee's designated beneficiary (or, if none, Employee's estate) an amount equal to the costs (determined as of the Termination Date) associated with providing his immediate family with medical and health benefits coverage under the Health Plans in which Employee was eligible to participate prior to his death for a period of time equal to 12 months times the Severance Multiple. Any such payment under this Section 6(c) shall be made in a lump-sum payment on the 60th day after the Termination Date.
Health Plans. All group health plans of the Company, each Subsidiary of the Company and any ERISA Affiliate have been operated in compliance in all material respects with the group health plan continuation coverage requirements of Section 4980B of the Code. Except as required under Section 4980B of the Code or as provided in the Company's Employee Severance Plan, neither the Company, any Subsidiary of the Company nor any ERISA Affiliate has any obligation to provide health benefits to any employee following termination of employment.