The Affordable Care Act states that all individuals must have health benefits and all employers with 50 or more full-time employees must provide coverage to all eligible employees or they are subject to fines/penalties. This can be known as “pay or play” or employer shared responsibility. We offer Minimum Essential Coverage plans which both penalties are satisfied for the employee and the employer. MEC plans are substantially less expensive than traditional medical insurance and serve as a low-cost solution for most companies. To contain healthcare costs, many employers and other plan sponsors are considering Minimum Essential Coverage, or MEC, health insurance. MEC plans can keep your workforce healthier. Preventable diseases, gone… Read MoreContinue Reading
What is the NYHCRA Form? For clients going into a self insured plan for the first time, this question always comes up. The employer always has the option to participate in the pool or not but we always encourage them to participate for their own protection. This only comes into play when a member of a group seeks or gets medical treatment in New York For groups who do not elect into the Pool If there are New York state residents that incur in-patient claims in New York there is an alternative covered lives payment based on the resident’s location and this can be up to an additional 27.28% of… Read MoreContinue Reading
Aetna attain is more than just a wellness discount! Take 2 minutes to watch this short video and then ask your Total Benefit Solutions account manager (215)355-2121 how your group can benefit from Aetna Attain!Continue Reading
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In health insurance, you may have heard of the “maximum out-of-pocket or MOOP.” Here’s a quick overview of how it works, including which costs count towards it, and what happens after your maximum out-of-pocket (MOOP) is met. Max Out of Pocket PresentationContinue Reading
If companies could give employees tax free money to buy health insurance on their own, how many would do so?
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