How-To's

  • On the Consumer Driven Health Plan (PPO), how do I participate in the Diabetes Care Management or Obesity Care Management Programs?

    For more information on how to participate in the Diabetes Care Management (DCM) Program and/or the Obesity Care Management Program, please click here. For additional enrollment information, please contact the claims administrator HealthSCOPE Benefits at 1-888-7NEVADA (1-888-763-8232).

    CDHP
  • How do I change my name?

    If you work for an agency under Central Payroll, please update your name in SuccessFactors or contact your agency representative to update your information in SuccessFactors on your behalf. If you work for NSHE, please update your name in Workday or contact HR to update your information in Workday on your behalf. If you work for an agency outside of Central Payroll or NSHE-Boards, LCB, PERS, etc. please contact your agency representative to have them update your name on your behalf. If you are a retiree, please contact PEBP at 1-800-326-5496, option 2 or 1-775-684-7000, option 2.

  • I am a CDHP, LDP, or Premier Plan participant, how do I enroll in the Obesity Care Management Program?

    How to Enroll in the Obesity and Overweight Care Management Program - Click the link to review the steps to enroll in the Obesity Care Management Program. For additional enrollment information, please contact the claims administrator, HealthSCOPE Benefits at 1-888-763-8232.    

    CDHP Premier (EPO) Plan
  • I am a CDHP, LDP, or Premier Plan participant, how do I view and compare my prescriptions?

    1. Login to the E-PEBP Portal
    2. Select Click here to access ‘Express Scripts’ under Quick Links on the left-hand side of the page
    3. Once on the Express Scripts website you will find information you need to understand and get the most out of your prescription drug benefit, as well as helpful tools and resources
     

    CDHP Online Account Premier (EPO) Plan
  • I am a CDHP, LDP, or Premier Plan participant, how can I order a replacement ID card?

    1. Login to the E-PEBP Portal
    2. Select Click here to access ‘HealthScope Benefits’ under Quick Links on the left-hand side of the page
    3. Once on the HealthScope website, click on “Order ID Card” under the Resource tab on the right side if the page, or call HealthScope Benefits at 1-888-763-8232
     

    CDHP HRA HSA Online Account Premier (EPO) Plan
  • I am a CDHP, LDP, or Premier Plan participant, how do I view my claims?

    1. Login to the E-PEBP Portal
    2. Select Click here to access ‘HealthScope Benefits’ under Quick Links on the left-hand side of the page
    3. From the HealthScope Benefits home page, click on the Resources tab to the right labeled “Claims and Eligibility” to view current and past medical and dental claims

    CDHP HRA HSA Online Account Premier (EPO) Plan
  • How do I compare costs for medical treatments such as an MRI or and X-ray on the Consumer Driven Health Plan (PPO), Low Deductible Plan (PPO), or Premier Plan (EPO)?

    Healthcare Bluebook helps you shop for care, compare facilities, and save money on healthcare services. To start comparing, visit healthcarebluebook.com/cc/PEBP.  From there, you will be able to compare costs for medical treatments to find the best prices as well as get estimated average costs for hospital stays, MRIs, surgeries, X-rays and more.  

    CDHP HRA HSA Online Account Premier (EPO) Plan
  • How do I view my HealthSCOPE HRA/HSA balance?

    To view your balance online:

    1. Login to the E-PEBP Portal
    2. Select Click here to access ‘HealthScope Benefits’ under Quick Links on the left-hand side of the page
    3. From the HealthScope Benefits home page, locate Resources on the right-hand side of the screen
    4. Scroll down and click on FSA HSA & HRA
    5. From there, click on HRA/HSA Administration to view your current balance
    You may also call HealthSCOPE Benefits, at 1-888-763-8232, press option 2, then option 3 to speak to an HRA/HSA specialist.    

    CDHP HRA HSA Online Account
  • I want to cancel my COBRA coverage, how do I do that?

    If you have elected COBRA coverage and wish to cancel, you can mail or email a letter to PEBP requesting termination of your coverage. You will need to include your account number and contact information. You may either email memberservices@peb.nv.gov or mail your cancellation request to 901 S. Stewart St. Suite 1001 Carson City, NV 89701.  

    Making Changes to Your Plan
  • How do I terminate my PEBP retiree benefits?

    A retiree can decline the retiree insurance anytime by submitting a written request to PEBP to decline all benefits including medical, dental, vision, prescription drug coverage, basic life insurance, voluntary life insurance (if applicable), Years of Service premium subsidy, and Exchange-HRA contribution (if applicable). You may either email memberservices@peb.nv.gov or mail your cancellation request to 901 S. Stewart St. Suite 1001 Carson City, NV 89701.

    Making Changes to Your Plan
  • I want to change my medical plan, how can I do that?

    You may change your medical plan option during the open enrollment period, generally May 1st through May 31st.  Changes made during open enrollment become effective July 1st. However, if you are enrolled in the EPO or HMO plan and move outside of your coverage area, you are eligible for a special enrollment period and can switch to the Consumer Driven Health Plan or Low Deductible Plan to continue PEBP coverage. There are also exceptions for Qualified Medical Child Support Orders (QMCSO).

    Making Changes to Your Plan
  • How do I change my contact information (address, email, phone number) with PEBP?

    If you work for an agency under Central Payroll, please update your contact information in SuccessFactors or contact your agency representative to update your information in SuccessFactors on your behalf. If you work for NSHE, please update your contact information in Workday or contact HR to update your information in Workday on your behalf. If you work for an agency outside of Central Payroll or NSHE-Boards, LCB, PERS, etc. please contact your agency representative to have them update your information on your behalf. If you are a retiree, please contact PEBP at 1-800-326-5496, option 2 or 1-775-684-7000, option 2. Address changes should be completed within 30 days of moving.

    Making Changes to Your Plan
  • I am retired and not eligible for premium-free Medicare Part A, how do I remain on the PEBP plan?

    If you are retired and nearing age 65, you will need to contact the Social Security Administration to request a premium-free Part A denial letter. You will also need to purchase Part B coverage. Submit copies of the Part A denial letter and Part B card to PEBP. If you are ineligible for premium-free Part A, you will be able to retain coverage under the CDHP, LD PPO, EPO or HMO plan.

    Medicare and PEBP
  • I am retired and Medicare eligible, how do I transition to the Medicare Exchange program offered by PEBP?

    If you are retired and nearing age 65, you will need to contact the Social Security Administration to apply for premium-free Medicare Part A and purchase Part B coverage. Submit a copy of your Medicare card to PEBP. You then need to contact Via Benefits to enroll in a medical plan. The PEBP and Medicare Guide offers further instructions on enrollment.

    Medicare and PEBP
  • How do I change my HSA election mid-year?

    Eligible employees can contribute up to $3,650 in 2022 for self-only coverage or up to $7,300 for family coverage. If you're 55 or older at the end of the year, you can put in an extra $1,000 in "catch up" contributions. To change your election online:

    1. Login to the E-PEBP Portal
    2. From your portal homepage click on View HSA Contribution under Manage Account on the left side of the screen
    3. Members can make changes to their HSA contribution by selecting Add contribution
    OR
    1. Login to the E-PEBP Portal.
    2. From your portal homepage select Health Savings Account under Your benefits at a glance
    3. From here you will be able to look over your Plan Details and you can select Edit contribution
     

    Making Changes to Your Plan
  • I am newly married and want to be covered under my spouse's plan, how do I decline PEBP's coverage

    Within 60 days from the date of the event, email memberservices@peb.nv.gov with your request to decline coverage. You will need to submit a copy of your marriage certificate and proof of new employer-group health insurance.

    Making Changes to Your Plan
  • How do I remove a dependent from my plan?

    Within 60-days of the qualifying event login to your E-PEBP Portal. On your portal homepage select Benefits from the left-hand side of the page. Under Your benefits > Your Medical coverage click on Edit Coverage. The system will guide you through the process of removing your dependent. You will need to deselect the desired dependent under Confirm Dependent Information and save your changes. Please note, documentation is required for your changes to take effect. You will need to upload the required supporting documentation within the 60-day timeframe. This may include a certificate of coverage indicating that your dependent has gained other coverage with a specific start date, a divorce decree, or documentation indicating the dissolution of a domestic partnership. You’ll be able to upload the appropriate documentation once you return to the homepage.

    Adding/Removing a Dependent Making Changes to Your Plan Qualifying Life Events
  • How do I add my newborn to my plan?

    Within 60-days of the date of birth login to your E-PEBP Portal. On your portal homepage select Dependents from the left-hand side of the page. Under your Family screen click on Add Dependent. The system will guide you through the process of adding your newborn. You will need to include your newborns SSN or ITIN. Please note, documentation is required for your changes to take effect. You will need to upload the required supporting documentation within the 60-day timeframe. This includes the child’s hospital birth confirmation, and if not the primary insured’s child, a copy of the certified marriage certificate or domestic partnership certificate. Within 120-days of the date of birth you must submit a certified copy of the child’s birth certificate for coverage to remain in place. You’ll be able to upload the appropriate documentation once you return to the homepage.

    Adding/Removing a Dependent Making Changes to Your Plan Qualifying Life Events
  • How do I add a dependent to my plan?

    Within 60-days of the qualifying event login to your E-PEBP Portal. On your portal homepage select Dependents from the left-hand side of the page. Under your Family screen click on Add Dependent. The system will guide you through the process of adding your dependent. You will need to include your dependent’s SSN or ITIN. Please note, documentation is required for your changes to take effect. You will need to upload the required supporting documentation within the 60-day timeframe. These documents may include the dependent’s certified birth certificate, a copy of the certified marriage certificate or domestic partnership certificate, and the loss of coverage letter that indicates the date that your dependent lost other coverage. You’ll be able to upload the appropriate documentation once you return to the homepage.  

    Adding/Removing a Dependent Making Changes to Your Plan Qualifying Life Events
  • How do I remove my ex-spouse/ex-domestic partner from my medical plan?

    Within 60-days of the divorce or dissolution of the domestic partnership login to your E-PEBP Portal. On your portal homepage select Benefits form the left-hand side of the page. Under Your benefits > Your Medical coverage click on Edit Coverage. The system will guide you through the process of removing your ex-spouse/ex-domestic partner. You will need to deselect the ex-spouse/ex-domestic partner under Confirm Dependent Information and save your changes. Please note, documentation is required for your changes to take effect. You will need to upload the required supporting documentation within the 60-day timeframe. This includes the divorce decree or documentation indicating the dissolution of a domestic partnership. You’ll be able to upload the appropriate documentation once you return to the homepage.

    Adding/Removing a Dependent Making Changes to Your Plan Qualifying Life Events
  • How do I add a spouse/domestic partner to my plan?

    Within 60-days of the marriage or establishment of the domestic partnership login to your E-PEBP Portal. On your portal homepage select Dependents from the left-hand side of the page. Under your Family screen click on Add Dependent. The system will guide you through the process of adding your spouse or domestic partner. You will need to include your spouse’s/domestic partner’s SSN or ITIN. Please note, documentation is required for your changes to take effect. You will need to upload the required supporting documentation within the 60-day timeframe. These documents include a copy of the certified marriage certificate or domestic partnership certificate. You’ll be able to upload the appropriate documentation once you return to the homepage.

    Adding/Removing a Dependent Making Changes to Your Plan Qualifying Life Events
  • I am retiring, how do I enroll in retiree coverage?

    Within 60 days of your retirement date, contact PEBP for the required forms. You will need to submit a Retiree Benefit and Enrollment Change Form (RBECF) along with a Years of Service (YOS) Certification Form to the PEBP office. If you are age 65 or older, you will need to submit a copy of your Medicare Parts A and/or B card. You may also need to transition to the Medicare Exchange at that time. You can also view our Retiring Before Age 65 or Retiring After Age 65 sections of the website for additional information to help as you transition into retirement. *All events require review and approval by the PEBP Eligibility Department to ensure compliance with the PEBP Master Plan Document.

    Making Changes to Your Plan
  • I am a new employee, how do I enroll in a medical plan?

    On the PEBP Home page, click the Login button at the top of the page. Create an account or login to your existing account. The system will guide you through the steps to elect a medical plan and add your dependents (if applicable). Once you have completed the online process, you will need to submit any required supporting documents to the PEBP office. Applicable supporting documentation can be uploaded to your portal once you complete your enrollment. *If applicable: Submit a copy of the Certified Marriage Certificate/Certified Domestic Partner Certificate. Social Security number(s) for spouse/domestic partner and/or covered children will also need to be provided. When adding dependent children, you will need to submit a copy of their certified birth certificate(s).

    Enrolling in a Plan
  • How do I submit supporting documentation?

    You can upload your documents on your E-PEP portal or attach the document(s) to an email and send it to memberservices@peb.nv.gov. If you are local, feel free to stop by the PEBP office to submit your supporting documents. Please be sure to bring copies of your original documents. The office is open from 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

    Making Changes to Your Plan Qualifying Life Events
  • How do I unlock my PEBP account?

    If you are locked out of your account and need assistance resetting your E-PEBP portal password, you can submit a password reset request by following these steps:

    You can also access the password reset form directly by clicking here. Please note that only primary PEBP members have access to the E-PEBP portal, not dependents.

    Online Account
  • How do I establish an online account?

    1. Login to the E-PEBP Portal
    2. Click on Create an account to set up a new E-PEBP Portal account
    3. Provide your identifying information and follow the prompts to set up your account
    4. Select and provide answers to your security questions
    5. Set your password; your password must be between 8-15 characters, contain at least one number, and have at least one uppercase and one lowercase letter

    Online Account