In addition to the data protection provisions, as set out in the Terms, both parties agree that the information and data used, disclosed and maintained in connection with the COBRA Services provided therein is not “Protected Health Information” (“PHI”) in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) and its terms and conditions, as amended and in force; provided, however, that if the parties find that such information is PHI, the parties jointly agree to enter into a separate counterparty agreement in a format substantially similar to that which we presented to you at the time of this provision. Customer agrees that EverythingBenefits does not assume responsibility or liability for the Plan and that as a sponsor of the Plan, you are solely and exclusively responsible for the Plan, its provision and operation, including any liability for providing prosecution coverage in accordance with applicable prosecution laws. If you are subject to COBRA and have a group health plan, you must offer COBRA services to eligible beneficiaries. A qualified beneficiary is anyone covered by your group health plan the day before an event that results in a loss of coverage and includes: how long does COBRA coverage last? Depending on the nature of the event and the origin of the beneficiary, coverage can be maintained for 18 or 36 months after the date of the event or loss of coverage: the first payment of Ricky`s premium is due on November 16. On that day, she will have to make payments for September and October. The November payment must be made before November 30. Notwithstanding other provisions of this Agreement, you agree that EverythingBenefits will only act as a collection agent in order to facilitate the collection of suit coverage premiums and your transfer to the relevant insurance provider (or, as you have chosen, directly to you). . . .
Cobra Election Agreement