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JUN

Spouse/Domestic Partner Annual Attestation

For Employees Hired on or After 8/1/2003The annual attestation period is June 1 through July 31, 2017 for employees hired on or after August 1, 2003 who have a spouse/domestic partner enrolled for PEBTF benefits.Please refer to the letter that was mailed to you in late May.  It includes instructions on how to complete spouse/domestic partner attestation online or by fax.  New this year!  You will receive a......
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APR

How Does Your Hospital Rank

Today, the Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit watchdog, announced the release of the Spring 2017 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades,......
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17
APR

Program to Help REHP Retirees Who Live in York

The Healthy Steps for Older Adults program is offered in York, Pennsylvania.  Two workshops will be held that include:  Preventing Falls and Staying Active.If you live in the York area, you may want to consider signing up to attend the two workshops. For more information, click on the link below.......
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17
FEB

Important Information Needed to File Your 2016 Federal Taxes

For Active Employees and Non-Medicare Eligible Retirees Enrolled in the Retired Employees Health Program (REHP) or Retired Pennsylvania State Police Health Program (RPSPP) MembersWatch your mail for important tax information. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that the PEBTF provides you with an annual notice summarizing your and your dependents' enrollment in the PEBTF health coverage.  Active Employee Members:  You will recei......
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1
FEB

February is American Heart Month

President Lyndon B. Johnson declared the first American Heart Month in 1964.  In the United States:Fewer Americans have been dying of heart disease and stroke since the 1980s thanks to progress in medical therapies for patients with a history of heart disease and stroke and from lifestyle changes that are curbing the risk.In every year since 1900 except 1918, cardiovascular disease accounted for more deaths than any other major cause of death......
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1
JUL

2016 Summertime Safety Tips

Summertime Safety TipsSummertime is here!  It's that time of year when we try to spend lots of time outdoors.  Here are some summertime safety tips:Stay hydrated.If you need to be outside for long periods of time, watch for heat exhaustion or heat stroke.Wear sunscreen and reapply every two hours; more often if you have been swimming.Use bug spray to protect against mosquitos and ticks. A tiny tick can transmit Lyme......
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