What doctors can I go to if I am on the Obesity Care Management Program?
To view the list of Obesity Care Management doctors, please click here.Read more
Where can I find more information about purchasing hearing aids on the CDHP?
Amplifon can assist you with purchasing hearing aids. Check out their informational flyer here for more information as well as a coupon!Read more
Where can I find answers to my questions about the Disease Management Programs on the CDHP?
For answers to frequently asked questions regarding the opt-in Diabetes Care Management Program and Obesity Care Management Program, please click here.Read more
What is Doctor on Demand?
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...Read more
I want to make an appointment at the Doctor’s office and I have the Consumer Driven Health Plan (CDHP), what is the name of my plan?
The name of your insurance plan is the Consumer Driven Health Plan (CDHP). This plan is a self-funded PPO plan offered by the state of Nevada Public Employees’ Benefits Program. The third party administrator, HealthSCOPE Benefits, pays the medical, dental and vision claims for the CDHP. In order for your provider to identify your plan, you...Read more
How long do I have to submit an eligible receipt for reimbursement from my HRA?
Requests for reimbursement must be submitted within one year (12 months) from the date the service(s) where incurred.Read more
How are HSA withdrawals monitored? Is there an expense verification process like an FSA or HRA?
Verification of expenses is not required for HSAs. However, total withdrawals from your HSA are reported to the IRS on Form 1099-SA. You are responsible for reporting qualified and non-qualified withdrawals when completing your taxes. You are also responsible for saving all receipts as verification of expenses in the case of an IRS audit.Read more
If I am enrolled in single coverage under the CDHP, can HSA funds be used for my spouse or eligible dependents that are not covered under my health plans?
HSA funds can be used for you, your spouse, or eligible dependents (as identified on your Federal tax return) even if they are not covered under your CDHP coverage.Read more
What happens if I use my HSA funds for ineligible expenses?
An HSA allows you to withdraw funds for any reason. However, you would need to pay ordinary tax and an additional penalty of 20% on any funds that are withdrawn for an ineligible expense. You are responsible for determining if an expense is an eligible medical expense and maintaining receipts for tax reporting and potential...Read more
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?
If you are no longer an eligible individual, you can still receive tax-free distributions to pay or reimburse your qualified medical expenses. However, you can no longer contribute money to your HSA.Read more