To correct enrollment errors before coverage goes into effect, your agency payroll or university benefits office has to receive your correction form no later than Dec. 31.
Deductions can’t be refunded after coverage goes into effect Jan. 1. This federal requirement ensures that health plans can’t take back coverage after the premium has been paid.
Carefully review your benefit summary for errors now. If you didn't print your summary when you enrolled, you can review and print it by logging into your record. Click here
to log in.
Benefit summaries are also being mailed to PEBB members' contact addresses beginning this week.
State agency employees may spot an error when they receive their first paystub of the year (see this articles ), and university employees may see one with their first earnings statement. They can submit a correction form within 30 days. For agency employees, that's Jan. 31. For university employees, it's Feb. 28.
If you have questions about making corrections, contact your agency payroll or university benefits office. Click here
for contact information.