COBRA CONUNDRUMS is reprinted from the May, 2014 issue of Health Insurance Underwriter Magazine featuring our very own Robert Meyers.
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The Affordable Care Act eliminated the concept of preexisting condition exclusions as of 2014. From a 30,000-foot view, this may seem to spell the end of certificates of creditable coverage, a provision of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
COBRA CONUNDRUMS reprinted from the September, 2013 issue of Health Insurance Underwriter Magazine featuring our very own Robert Meyers.
The health insurance exchanges opened last week, drawing a great deal of interest and some poor reviews. Unfortunately, heavy traffic caused functional difficulties for many.
While the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) continues to be an unsolved puzzle for employers and insurance providers, the law is moving forward and the pieces are slowly beginning to come together.
While you’re making your list and checking it twice – don’t forget to consider your business and specifically your HR team. Are COBRA struggles bogging you down or placing your business at risk?
COBRA compliance can be tricky for both COBRA participants and COBRA administrators. Sending the wrong COBRA notices or even the right notices at the wrong time can have costly consequences as the employer in our tale discovered.
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