We encourage you to look over the commonly used health coverage and medical terms before you begin.

Plan Year 2018 Rates

Plan Year 2018 Plan Comparison

Active Employee Plan Documents

Below, you will find Plan Documents and Evidence of Coverage Certificates (EOC) that provide helpful information regarding the terms, conditions, and administration of your benefits. You should review the documents applicable to your plan to help you understand and make the best use of the protection provided to you and your family through the Public Employees' Benefits Program.

Consumer Driven Health Plan (CDHP)

Flexible Spending Accounts

Hometown Health (HMO)

Health Plan of Nevada (HMO)

HIPAA Privacy and Security Requirements for PEBP Benefits

Enrollment and Eligibility

PPO Dental Plan, Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Insurance

Basic Life, Long Term Disability, Voluntary Life and Short-Term Disability Insurance

Pre-Medicare Retiree Plan Documents

Below, you will find Plan Documents and Evidence of Coverage Certificates (EOC) that provide helpful information regarding the terms, conditions, and administration of your benefits. You should review the documents applicable to your plan to help you understand and make the best use of the protection provided to you and your family through the Public Employees' Benefits Program.

Consumer Driven Health Plan (CDHP)

Hometown Health (HMO)

Health Plan of Nevada (HMO)

HIPAA Privacy and Security Requirements for PEBP Benefits

Enrollment and Eligibility

PPO Dental Plan, Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Insurance

Basic Life Insurance Certificate for Eligible Retirees

Medicare Retiree Plan Documents

The Public Employees' Benefits Program offers a Voluntary PPO Dental Plan to Medicare retirees enrolled in a medical plan through the Medicare Exchange. Eligible retirees also receive a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) which may be used to reimburse the retiree for health care premiums, dental premiums, Medicare Part B premiums, and out-of-pocket health care expenses.

Below, you'll find documents that provide further detail on each of your benefit options. You should review the documents applicable to your benefits to help you understand and make the best use of the protection that's provided to you and your family through PEBP.

PPO Dental Plan, Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Insurance

Health Reimbursement Arrangement for Medicare Exchange Retirees

Basic Life Insurance Certificate

Retiree Resources

PEBP and Medicare One Exchange Guide

HRA Contributions

The monthly tax-exempt contribution for Plan Year 2018 is $12 per month per year of service, beginning with five years ($60) to a maximum of twenty years of service ($240). Individuals who retired before January 1, 1994, will receive a flat $180 per month to the Exchange-HRA. Dependents do not receive their own Exchange-HRA and no additional funds are contributed for dependents.

Exchange-HRA Contribution for Medicare Retirees Enrolled in the Medicare Exchange

Years of Service Contribution
  • Participants who retired before January 1, 1994 receive the 15- year ($180) base contribution.
  • For participants who retired on or after January 1, 1994, the contribution is $12 per month per year of service beginning with 5 years ($60) and a maximum of 20 years ($240).
  • Spouses/domestic partners and surviving spouses /domestic partners enrolled in the Medicare Exchange are not eligible for an HRA contribution.
  • Those retirees with less than 15 Years of Service, who were hired by their last employer on or after January 1, 2010 and who are not disabled do not receive a Years of Service contribution.
  • Those retirees who were hired by their last employer on or after January 1, 2012 do not receive a Years of Service contribution.
5 +60.00
6 +72.00
7 +84.00
8 +96.00
9 +108.00
10 +120.00
11 +132.00
12 +144.00
13 +156.00
14 +168.00
15 (Base) +180.00
16 +192.00
17 +204.00
18 +216.00
19 +228.00
20 +240.00