The PEBTF offers the following options for health care coverage to employees, who meet eligibility requirements.  Employees may view the Summary of Benefits for information on all of the benefits offered to PEBTF covered employees. For detailed information regarding the medical and supplemental plans, view the PEBTF Summary Plan Description.

 

Medical

Newly eligible employees can elect single coverage. If you wish to add a dependent, there is a buy-up for the first 90 days of employment.

 
 

Wellness Rewards - Get Healthy

The Pennsylvania Employees Benefit Trust Fund (PEBTF) offers confidential wellness screenings that give you valuable information about your health and health risks. You may then visit your doctor to discuss your results and set goals for better health. The wellness screenings are offered to employees only.

New or newly eligible employees pay the higher non-participating contribution rate at the start of their enrollment. Employees must complete the Wellness Screening by the date specified in the communication letter from the PEBTF to qualify for participation in Get Healthy. If the Wellness Screening is completed within this time period, the employee will be refunded the additional amounts paid since enrollment. Employees will be required to meet continued participation requirements annually.

If you participate in the Get Health Wellness program you will pay:

    • AFSCME/SEIU - 2.75% of biweekly salary
    • SCUPA - 2.5% of biweekly salary

If you do not participate in the Get Healthy Wellness program, you will pay:

    • AFSCME/SEIU – 5.5% of biweekly salary
    • SCUPA - 5% of biweekly salary

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Supplemental

Prescription can be added from the start of eligibility, however there is a buy-up for the first 90 days.  Dental, Vision, and Hearing can be elected 90 days after the start of employment and cannot be elected separately.

Dental Hearing Prescription Vision

 
 

Additional Benefit Information

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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) - also known as Health Care Reform - requires that employer plans provide a uniform Summary of Benefits Coverage (SBC) for all group health plans which are subject to this reporting requirement.