What is considered a qualifying event?
Examples of qualifying events are the birth of a child, an employee getting married, or the hiring of a new employee. Qualifying events are the exception to the rule when it comes to making changes to health insurance plans mid-contract. To make any changes based on a qualifying event, call your personal health insurance advisor at 888-423-6437.
Group Insurance FAQS for Employers
- At what point do I have to decide on the percentage of the employer contribution?
- Can I make changes to a group health insurance plan that I’ve already purchased?
- Can I still get a quote even if I don’t have all the requested information about my employees?
- How are costs split between the employer and the employee?
- If I haven’t completed the application process yet, but I want to change my current plan, what should I do?
- Is there a reason I should change the employer contribution level?
- Is there any obligation for me to buy an insurance plan once I have applied?
- What is considered a qualifying event?
- When will my group’s costs be finalized?
- Why do I need to include the names of eligible employees who do not want insurance?