For the fourth year in a row, Triple-S was awarded the PlanSmartChoice Plus award, in recognition to the top 10 performing plans in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, reports News Is My Business (June 18, 2014), PlanSmartChoice Plus measures how well the plans meet the needs of federal employees in four areas: performance, preference, cost and satisfaction.
What does FEHB stand for?
FEHB stands for Federal Employees Health Benefits
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 3 other meanings of FEHB in our Acronym Attic
- Fondation des Enfants d'Haïti (French: Foundation for Children in Haiti)
- Fonds pour l'Emploi Hospitalier (French: Hospital Employment Fund)
- Ford Escape Hybrid (Ford Motor Company model)
- Fundamentals of Engineering for Honors
- California Fair Employment and Housing Act
- Fair Employment and Housing Act (California)
- Federal Hall National Memorial (US National Park Service)
- Ferruginous Hawk (bird species Buteo regalis)
- Florida Environmental Health Association
- Federatie Historische Automobiel- en Motorfietsclubs (Dutch: Federation of Historic Automobile and Motorcycle Clubs)
- Federal Employees Health Benefits Act
- Federal Employees Health Benefits Acquisition Regulation
- Federal Employees Health Benefits Program
- Fair Employment and Housing Commission
- Family Evaluation of Hospice Care
- Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (Hong Kong)
- Further and Higher Education (UK)
- Front-End Hardware Emulator
- Far East Help Foundation (Miami, FL)
- Further Education Hardship Fund (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
today issued the following statement in response to the announcement that premiums for enrollees in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program will increase an average of 4.
Putting Medicare Consumers in Charge: Lessons from the FEHBP" takes a look at the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP), and its successes, with a discussion of how it can be applied to Medicare.
That idea could be combined with another one popular in liberal circles: A universal health-care initiative that would allow individuals to buy into the health-insurance program for civil servants, the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB).
To reduce the number of uninsured, the study suggests that workers in large firms be given the option to participate in alternative group health coverage options, such as the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.
58--Would authorize enrollment under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program for (1) a member of the armed forces who began service before June 7, 1956, and retired alter a minimum of 20 years of such service or by reason of a service-connected disability; and (2) the surviving widow or widower of such member.
The truly bipartisan act would allow retired members of the armed forces who began service before 1956, and their surviving spouses and dependents, to enroll in the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program.
In addition, the Office of Personnel Management will adopt the survey for use by the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.