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    • Traditional Medicare and the Medicare supplemental plan 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2021-11-20)
      This chart is a summary of how PEBA’s Medicare Supplemental Plan coordinates (pays secondary) with traditional Medicare when Medicare is your primary coverage.
    • Trends 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2017-10)
      The South Carolina Public Employee Benefits Authority (PEBA) publishes the Trends newsletter to provide statistics and news on the state health plan and retirement systems.
    • Trends 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2018-08)
      The South Carolina Public Employee Benefits Authority (PEBA) publishes the Trends newsletter to provide statistics and news on the state health plan and retirement systems.
    • Trends 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2020-06-26)
      The South Carolina Public Employee Benefits Authority publishes the Trends newsletter to provide statistics and news on the state health plan and retirement systems.
    • Trends 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2020-02-28)
      The South Carolina Public Employee Benefits Authority publishes the Trends newsletter to provide statistics and news on the state health plan and retirement systems.
    • Use a health savings account to save for future expenses 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2021-08-12)
      State Health Plan Savings Plan members can contribute to a Health Savings Account, or HSA. An HSA helps you get the most out of your health plan by reducing your taxes while saving for future medical expenses.
    • Use a health savings account to save for future expenses 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (2022-09-09)
      State Health Plan Savings Plan members can contribute to a Health Savings Account, or HSA. An HSA helps you get the most out of your health plan by reducing your taxes while saving for future medical expenses.
    • What you need to know about balance billing 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2021-12-20)
      Network providers agree to accept the State Health Plan’s negotiated rate, or allowed amount, as their total fee. It is better to stay in network if possible. If you choose to use an out-of-network provider, he may bill ...
    • Your 2022 benefits options 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2021-08-12)
      This publication gives details of insurance information state employees for open enrollment. It covers health plans offered, different health plans, health savings accounts and cafeteria benefits plans.
    • Your 2022 medical spending account at a glance 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2021-11-18)
      A Medical Spending Account allows you to set aside money from your paycheck pretax to pay for out-of-pocket health care expenses, such as copayments and coinsurance. When you pay less in taxes, you have more money in your pocket.
    • Your 2022 vision coverage at a glance 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (South Carolina State Library, 2021-11-20)
      This paper describes the the State Vision Plan, In-network member costs and Out-of-network reimbursements.
    • Your 2023 dependent spending account at a glance 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (2022-09-09)
      A Dependent Care Spending Account (DCSA) allows you to set aside money from your paycheck pretax to pay for child day care expenses and, in some cases, elder care expenses. When you pay less in taxes, you have more money ...
    • Your 2023 medical spending account at a glance 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (2022-09-09)
      A Medical Spending Account allows you to set aside money from your paycheck pretax to pay for out-of-pocket health care expenses, such as copayments and coinsurance. When you pay less in taxes, you have more money in your pocket.
    • Your retirement plan payment options 

      South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (2022-06)
      This explains the three monthly benefit payment options available for life insurance for state employees at retirement.