Frequently Asked Questions
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Doctor on Demand – (DOD) connects CDHP and Premier (EPO) Plan participants face-to-face with a board-certified doctor or licensed psychologist (by appointment) on your smartphone, tablet or computer through live video. To learn more – and see a short video showing what an experience is like, go to: http://www.doctorondemand.com/pebp.
If you are a CDHP participant, Doctor On Demand medical visits are $49 per visit. Visits with a psychologist are $79 for 25 minutes and $119 for 50 minutes. Psychiatric 45 minute initial visit is $229 and $99 for a 15 minute follow-up visit. For additional information you may also view the CDHP flyer.
If you are a Premier (EPO) Plan participant, Doctor On Demand medical visits are $10 per visit. Visits with a psychologist are $25 for 25 minutes and $35 for 50 minutes. Psychiatric 45 minute initial visit is $35 and $25 for a 15 minute follow-up visit. For additional information you may also view the Premier (EPO) Plan flyer.
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If you reside in southern Nevada, coverage is administered by the Health Plan of Nevada (HMO) and is only available to participants residing in the following counties: Clark, Esmeralda and Nye Counties.
If you reside in northern Nevada, coverage is administered by the Premier (EPO) Plan and is only available to participants residing in the following fourteen northern Nevada counties: Carson City, Churchill, Douglas, Elko, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lincoln, Lyon, Mineral, Pershing, Storey, Washoe and White Pine.
What happens to my HSA if I am no longer an eligible individual? For example, if I change coverage from the CDHP to an HMO or EPO or if I enroll in Medicare?
I am covered under the EPO plan in Northern Nevada. However, I am moving to Las Vegas. May I keep my Northern Nevada EPO Plan?
Routine lab tests associated with wellness services as defined by the CDC are covered under the wellness benefit if performed at a free-standing laboratory facility. Lab tests not associated with wellness services are subject to deductible and coinsurance. Note: lab tests provided in a hospital setting are not covered, except when lab tests are performed for pre-admission testing, inpatient admission, and urgent or emergency care. Exceptions to this provision apply for participants residing in rural areas where there are no free-standing laboratories within 50 miles; thus, requiring lab services to be performed in a hospital setting.