What is an unsubsidized dependent?
Unsubsidized Dependents Covered under a PEBP Plan An unsubsidized dependent is an otherwise eligible spouse/domestic partner or dependent child who remains covered under PEBP while the primary Plan participant transitions...Read more
I was initially hired on or after January 1, 2012. Will I be eligible for the retiree health insurance premium subsidy at retirement?
Employees with an initial hire date on or after January 1, 2012 may enroll in retiree coverage but will not qualify for a retiree premium subsidy or Exchange HRA contribution.Read more
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?
EPO and HMO participants who move outside of their designated plan’s coverage area must select a new medical plan to coincide with their new coverage area within 30 days. Contact PEBP...Read more
My spouse/domestic partner is covered under their own employer’s group health plan, may I also cover them on my plan?
A spouse or domestic partner who is eligible for other employer group coverage is not eligible for coverage as a dependent under this plan. Exceptions may apply if the employer...Read more
Are dependents allowed to be covered under two PEBP plans?
No. A dependent cannot be covered under two PEBP plans at the same time.Read more
If I have a newborn child, will he or she automatically be added to my health plan?
Newborn dependent child(ren) will automatically be covered under PEBP from the date of birth to 31 days following the date of birth. To continue coverage beyond the initial coverage period,...Read more
I am under 26 years old and covered as a child under my parent’s PEBP plan. If I become eligible for PEBP benefits as a state employee, will I need to enroll in my own coverage?
If a child (age 26 or younger) is enrolled as a dependent of a PEBP participant and becomes eligible for their own PEBP coverage as a primary participant, the child...Read more
What is the benefit waiting period for a new-hire employee?
Employees hired on the first day of the month are eligible for benefits on their date of hire. Employees hired on the second day through the last day of the...Read more
My spouse/domestic partner is covered under his/her employer’s group health plan. If they lose coverage from their employer, do I need to wait until open enrollment to add him/her as a dependent on my plan?
You will not have to wait until open enrollment to add your spouse/domestic partner. The loss of employer-sponsored group coverage is a qualified family status event. However, you must complete...Read more
I am a surviving spouse of a deceased active employee/retiree, can I maintain my insurance coverage?
The covered dependents of a deceased active employee who had 10 or more years of service credit may continue coverage by re-joining the program as a survivor within 60 days...Read more