How does Health Care Reform impact you?
As of January 1, 2014, most Americans are required to maintain minimum essential coverage or pay a penalty. Minimum essential coverage includes pediatric dental coverage for children up to age 19 and uses the Federal Employee Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP) as its benchmark. Click here to use a penalty calculator to give you an idea of what you would have to pay if you do not obtain coverage.
People who meet certain income requirements may qualify to get subsidies to help pay for coverage. To find out more visit Healthcare.gov.
If you do not currently have dental insurance that meets the essential coverage requirements, you need to consider your coverage options. Dental coverage can be bought directly through Dominion, through private insurance brokers or through the health insurance marketplaces.
Individuals who do not have dental coverage through their employer will have access to dental plans directly through Dominion, which offers individual policies (see Teethkeepers.com for more information) or through the Pennsylvania Health Insurance Exchange.
2020 Plan Information - Select Plan
- Select Plan Basic (Family)
- Select Plan Basic Kids (Under age 19)
- Select Plan Premium (Family)
- Select Plan Premium Kids (Under age 19)
2020 Plan Information - Elite ePPO
2020 Plan Information - Elite PPO