a change in family status, such as the birth of a child, loss of a dependent, marriage, or divorce
an event that occurs which results in a loss of group coverage
an occurrence that results in the loss of coverage for a qualified beneficiary
An event allows the member to make changes to his/her health plan coverage. Also can qualify the employee or beneficiary for continued coverage under COBRA. Examples include divorce, marriage, birth of a child, termination of employment, or death.
An occurrence that causes you to lose health care coverage (graduation from college, divorce, leaving the company) and therefore entitles you to coverage under COBRA. Reimbursement accounts Retirement benefits
An occurance entitling a person to change existing coverage or to elect continuation outside of open enrollment, such as marriage, birth, etc.
A qualifying event is any one of the following events that would result in the loss of health insurance coverage: (1) the death of the covered employee, (2) the termination (other than for reasons of gross misconduct) of a covered employee's employment, (3) a reduction in a covered employee's hours of employment, (4) the divorce or legal separation of a covered employee from the employee's spouse, (5) a covered employee becoming entitled to Medicare benefits, (6) a dependent child ceasing to be a dependent child of the covered employee under the terms of the group health plan, and (7) with respect to certain retirees and their dependents, bankruptcy proceedings of an employer under Title 11 of the U.S. Code, commencing on or after July 1, 1986.
A job-related event that triggers application of a federal or state law or workplace policy. Relating to COBRA benefits, a qualifying event, such as job separation, leads to the employee's right to claim continued health coverage under the employer's group health plan.
A the loss of coverage under a group health plan on account one of the specific events described in COBRA: Death of the covered employee Voluntary or involuntary termination of the covered employee's employment (other than by reason of gross misconduct), or reduction of hours of the covered employee's employment Divorce or legal separation of the covered employee from the employee's spouse Covered employee becomes entitled to benefits under Medicare Dependent child ceasing to be a dependent child under the generally applicable requirement of the plan; and An employer's bankruptcy (but only with respect the health coverage for retirees and their families).
An incident that allows a change in existing coverage.
Action that would cause an employee or dependent to lose health coverage. This may include a change in family status or job status. This action enables the employee to add coverage or to terminate coverage. Because of a qualifying event, an employee or dependent may apply to continue health coverage under COBRA. A qualifying event may be: reduction in hours so the person is no longer eligible to participate in the health insurance program, voluntary termination of employment for reasons other than gross misconduct, divorce or separation, death, and loss of dependent status.
an event that entitles a participant to continue, under COBRA (the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, as amended), group health coverage that would otherwise end. Examples include termination or change of employment for the employee or spouse, annulment or divorce, or death of a covered employee.
A change in family status that is the result of: marriage, divorce, the death of a spouse or child or the birth or adoption of a child.
An occurrence entitling a person to elect or make certain changes to their benefit plans, such as termination of employment of self or spouse, divorce or marriage. There are specified events that under the IRS allow such changes.
An occurrence (death, termination of employment, divorce, etc.) that triggers the insureds protection under COBRA.
An occurrence that triggers an insured's protection.