Every medical coverage provider that covered you (and any dependents) for at least one day is required to send you a Form 1095-B. State of Texas medical coverage will be reported for each month of your enrollment in a GBP medical plan.
If you had medical coverage from another employer and its respective carrier, you will receive a separate Form 1095-B from each one.
If you had coverage from more than one GBP plan – for example, if you were in an HMO January through August, but switched to HealthSelect in September – you will receive Form 1095-B from each plan. If you did not have medical coverage through the GBP at any time during the Calendar Year, you will not receive a Form 1095-B from any of the GBP plans.
Additional benefits such as dental plans, life insurance or short-term and long-term disability (through the Texas Income Protection Plan) do not need to be reported to the federal government and will not be included on Form 1095-B.