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The switch would also affect at least some retired city workers. Retirees who are younger than 65 and therefore not yet eligible for Medicare are generally still covered by GHI EmblemHealth. That initiative has been on ice since March, when a State Supreme Court judge ruled that city law barred the Adams administration from charging retirees for the coverage that they currently get for free.
A spokesperson for the city Office of Labor Relations did not respond to inquiries on whether Senior Care enrollees would be affected by the shift or to other questions about the potential change. A spokesperson for Mayor Eric Adams did not respond to a request for comment. By submitting your email, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Notice.
You can opt out at any time. Facebook Twitter. Monday, January 16, Show Search. About Us. Coronavirus Tracker. Help Us Report. Search Query Search. There was an error. Please try again later. Thank you for your submission! Email required. Next Up In Health. Any increase in COBRA premium due to this change must be paid during the period for which the coverage is in effect. Continuation of coverage can never exceed 36 months in total, regardless of the number of events that relate to a loss in coverage.
Coverage during the continuation period will terminate if the enrollee fails to make timely premium payments or becomes enrolled in another group health plan. Learn about Notification Responsibilities. Please contact the welfare fund if you wish to purchase its benefits.
Eligible persons electing COBRA continuation coverage must do so within 60 days of the date on which they receive notification of their rights, and must pay the initial premium within 45 days of their election. Premium payments will be made on a monthly basis. Payments after the initial payment will have a day grace period. Former employees and dependents who elect COBRA continuation coverage are entitled to the same benefits and rights as employees.
Individuals eligible for COBRA may also transfer when a change of address allows or eliminates access to a health plan that requires residency in a particular Zip Code. Transfer Period changes will become effective on January 1st of the following year. Information about the effective date for a transfer made as the result of a qualifying event must be obtained from the new health plan. City agencies do not handle COBRA enrollee transfers, or process any future changes such as adding dependents.
All future transactions will be handled by the health plan in which the person eligible for COBRA is enrolled.