How do I correct an enrollment error?
You may correct enrollment errors (such as enrolling in the wrong plan) by submitting an Employee Enrollment form
within 30 days of receiving your first paystub or statement. Print "Open Enrollment Correction" on the top of the form and submit it to your agency.
How do I see my enrollment for 2010?
Review your benefit selections online. Go to https://pebb.benefits.oregon.gov/members
and log in. Click "View my benefit elections." Look for the effective date ("Eff. date") for each benefit. Print a copy for your files.
Why doesn’t my "opt out" show?
To opt out, you must give your agency evidence of your other employer group coverage within five days of enrolling. If you didn’t, you failed to enroll in a medical plan, and you are now enrolled in the employee-only tier of the Statewide Plan for 2010.
Why don’t I see coverage for my child in the 19-24 age range?
You must certify eligibility for a dependent in this age range during Open Enrollment. If you didn’t, the child is not eligible for coverage next year.
Why don’t I see coverage for my domestic partner by affidavit?
To cover a domestic partner by affidavit, your agency must have a copy of the affidavit
within five days of your enrollment. If this is not the case, your domestic partner by affidavit is not eligible for coverage. This also applies to children of the domestic partner.
Why don’t I see my increase in life insurance?
Increases require review of your medical history
by The Standard Insurance Company. They will contact you after review. Call The Standard
if you have questions.
May I make other changes now?
Outside of Open Enrollment, you may submit a midyear update form
to change benefits within 60 days of certain changes in eligibility. Eligibility changes usually relate to family or job changes. Examples are
Marriage, divorce, termination of domestic partnership, childbirth, adoption
A child age 19 to 24 becoming eligible
A change from full-time to part-time job status, or vice versa