Plan Year 2022 Documents and Rates
PLAN YEAR 2022
To review plan options, dependent eligibility, years of service subsidy and premium cost under the Consumer Driven Health Plan (PPO), Low Deductible (LD-PPO), Premier Plan (EPO), or Health Plan of Nevada (HMO), view the Benefit Guide.
Plan Year 2022 Master Plan Documents
Consumer Driven Health Plan (CDHP-PPO) MPD
Low Deductible (LD-PPO) MPD
Premier Plan (EPO) MPD
Enrollment and Eligibility MPD
Flexible Spending Accounts MPD
Health and Welfare Wrap Plan
Section 125 Health and Welfare Benefits
Retiree Health and Welfare Wrap Plan
Medicare Exchange Health Reimbursement Arrangement Summary
Dental Plan and Summary of Benefits for Life Insurance
Health Plan of Nevada (HMO)
Summary of Benefits and Coverage
Consumer Driven Health Plan – Individual
Consumer Driven Health Plan – Family
Low Deductible Plan – Individual
Low Deductible Plan – Family
PEBP Premier Plan – Individual and Family
Health Plan of Nevada – Individual and Family
FAQs for Voluntary Products
Visit our Voluntary Benefits site to learn more about our voluntary products, vendors, and other information.
Flexible Spending Accounts
Via Benefits Medicare Exchange Retirees
Retirees and their eligible spouses/domestic partners must be enrolled in a medical plan through Via Benefits in order to keep PEBP benefits.
Information for Retiree Late Enrollment
Retiree Late Enrollment is the time when retired state employees and retired employees from a PEBP participating local government (or the surviving spouse or domestic partner of such retirees) can reinstate PEBP retiree coverage one time. To learn about Retiree benefits and eligibility view the Benefit Guide.