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Educational Service Districts monthly premiums

Monthly rates paid by schools for the full benefits package during the first eight months of the calendar year.

Starting January 1, 2020, all school districts and charter schools, and educational service districts with represented employees in Washington State will receive health care and other benefits through the School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Program. Learn more about the SEBB Program.

PEBB Program premiums may change twice during a plan year. The Health Care Authority sends an email notice to employers in the spring before the new premiums become effective and again in the fall before the new premiums become effective January 1 of the following year.

The premiums reflect the total that the PEBB Program will charge the employer. The employee’s premium (if any) is determined by the employer.

Full benefits package premiums

Effective January 1, 2022 through June 30, 2022

The rates below reflect the total the PEBB Program will charge the employer. The employer determines what portion of the rates employees pay for their monthly premium. Premium surcharges may apply; see note below.

If an employee waives PEBB medical, the employer must still pay $936 each month to the PEBB Program, and the employee must enroll in PEBB basic life, basic AD&D, and employer-paid LTD insurance. Eligible employees will also be automatically enrolled in employee-paid LTD insurance, unless they decline this coverage. Employees may waive PEBB dental insurance only if they are enrolled in School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) medical, dental, and vision insurance. Rates that include children do not vary based on the number of children enrolled. 

Note: In most cases, employees must live in a medical plan’s service area to join the plan. See plan service areas by county to see plan service areas.

Plan

Subscriber

Subscriber and
spouse/SRDP2

Subscriber
and children

Subscriber,
spouse/SRDP,
and children

Kaiser Permanente NWClassic

$1,095 $1,264 $1,214 $1,383

Kaiser Permanente NWConsumer-Directed Health Plan
(with a health savings account)

$962

$998

$982

$1,018

Kaiser Permanente WA Classic

$1,140

$1,354

$1,293

$1,507

Kaiser Permanente WA CDHP (with a health savings account)

$960

$994

$978

$1,012

Kaiser Permanente WA Value

$1,049

$1,172

$1,134

$1,257

Kaiser Permanente WA SoundChoice

$986

$1,046

$1,024

$1,084

Uniform Medical Plan (UMP) Classic

$1,046

$1,166

$1,129

$1,249

UMP Select

$975

$1,024

$1,004

$1,053

UMP CDHP (with a health savings account)

$960

$994

$978

$1,012

UMP Plus Puget Sound High Value Network

$1,014

$1,102

$1,073

$1,161

UMP Plus UW Medicine Accountable Care Network

$1,014 $1,102 $1,073 $1,161

PEBB medical waived (employee enrolls or remains enrolled in PEBB dental, basic life, basic AD&D, and employer-paid LTD insurance. Eligible employees will also be automatically enrolled in employee-paid LTD insurance, unless they decline this coverage.

$936 $936 $936 $936

1 Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Northwest offers plans in Clark and Cowlitz counties in Washington and select counties in Oregon.

2 State-registered domestic partner

Monthly billing

The PEBB Program bills employers on a monthly basis. You will get an invoice around the 25th of each month before the month of coverage. Payment in-full is due by the 20th of the month of coverage. For example, you will get an invoice around May 25 for June coverage. Payment in-full for June coverage is due by June 20.

Surcharges in addition to medical plan premiums

Employees may have to pay monthly surcharges in addition to the medical plan premium.

 

Subscriber only

Subscriber and spouse/SRDP1

Subscriber and children

Subscriber, spouse/SRDP, and children

Tobacco use surcharge

$25.00

$25.00 $25.00 $25.00

Spouse/SRDP waiver (AV) surcharge

$0.00 $50.00 $0.00 $50.00

1 State-registered domestic partner