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Unformatted text preview: Examples of eligibility factors would be that an employee was at one time a full time employee, but the employee had a decrease in hours that made the employee no longer eligible for the employer sponsored health insurance. The employees insurance cover would end at the end of the month. The employee could then receive COBRA that would allow them to continue with their health insurance, but they would be responsible for the entire premium. Another example would be that an insurance plan states that a child who is attending college is eligible to stay on their parents insurance until they reach a certain age. At the end of the month that the dependent reaches that age coverage would end. Another example that would factor in eligibility is if the insurance premium as been paid. If the premium has not been paid then insurance coverage would not be valid....
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- Fall '09