The draft instructions clarify that forms 1094-B and 1095-B are to be used by organizations that are not reporting to the IRS as large employers, while forms 1094-C and 1095-C are to be used by organizations that are subject to the employer mandate. The 1094-B form is a transmittal form. The 1095-A form is for issuers reporting on individual marketplace plans, while the 1095-B form applies to fully insured plans and issuers that provide minimal essential coverage to report on the individual and group plans in the private market and SHOP marketplace. I will continue to update you once the instructions are finalized
Subject to the employer mandate effective date: 01/01/15: over 100 employees:
http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/nahuw/downloads/ER_Reporting_DRAFT_filing_1094C_and_1095C.pdf not reporting to the IRS as a large employers: less than 100 employees:
Blessings for a wonderful day!
by Eric Vaknin
People with inherited diseases, for example, would not be penalized for heredity conditions or denied coverage. Healthcare reform brings certain fairness to the system.
In March 2010, the United States Congress succeeded in an attempt to pass a reformation of healthcare. It was an unparalleled success compared to it predecessors. However, the legislation continues to cause concern as to whether healthcare reform will provide improvements to the heath care system.
Most individuals living in developed countries support improvements within any healthcare system. People with certain conditions find healthcare insurance difficult and often impossible to obtain. This is a reflection of the high cost for medical treatments. Health insurance is a product designed to protect some individuals and is paid by all others insured. That is the purpose. Very few individuals in the middle and lower class can afford the high cost of medical treatment especially long-term hospital care. Healthy people will cover the cost of expensive treatments through insurance premiums.
Today, Covered California announced 10 health insurance plans have been tentatively selected to be in the Exchange for calendar year 2015.
Here is a link to the press release and leadership remarks regarding this announcement. Details on the plans available in specific pricing regions can be found here. The tentative selection of health plans is subject to rate review by state regulators and is expected to be finalized in late September.
The 10 Covered California plans for 2015 are:
Alameda Alliance for Health and Contra Costa Health Plan will not participate in 2015.
Opinions Vary on Solving The U.S. Healthcare Crisis
Compared to other countries, healthcare in the United States is considered to be top notch but with all its accolades, not everyone in this country has access to medical care. Recently the U.S. government passed the Healthcare Reform Bill to allow all citizens the right to receive health care equally.
Compared to other countries, healthcare in the United States is considered to be top notch but with all its accolades, not everyone in this country has access to medical care. Recently the U.S. government passed the Healthcare Reform Bill to allow all citizens the right to receive health care equally. However, not everyone is eager to embrace this new bill because they don't want to be financially responsible for those who can't afford it [...].
In continuing coverage, the Wall Street Journal (8/14, Radnofsky, Subscription Publication) reports that ACA supporters are scrambling to make sure thousands of people provide documents to demonstrate that they are in the country legally and entitled to coverage under the law. The Journal notes that the Obama Administration announced Tuesday that it would end coverage for some 300,000 people who enrolled on HealthCare.gov if they do not provide information in the next few weeks showing they are US citizens or legal residents.
Torremolinos, Spain – HTH member travels from Florida to Torremolinos for a two month vacation.
72 year old member with a history of Alzheimer’s Disease and atrial fibrillation experienced dizziness and bleeding and suffered a loss of consciousness. He was admitted to a local hospital for diagnosis and treatment.
We hope you and your families enjoyed your summer and are ready for the upcoming fall season! We are all well aware of the never ending changes and correspondence you are receiving from Covered California, as we are now preparing for the upcoming open enrollment, we need to keep you informed of any crucial developments/deadlines/changes that could affect your health coverage.
FAILURE TO PROVIDE ANY OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTS OR COMPLETE THE “RENEWAL OF INSURANCE CONSENT FORM” WILL RESULT IN LOSS OF COVERAGE. ANY MEDI-CAL INQUIRIES SHOULD BE MADE THROUGH MEDI-CAL DIRECTLY AT 1-800-578-6762. ANY MEDI-CAL RECIPIENTS THAT NEED TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTS CAN DO SO THROUGH OUR OFFICE UNLESS ADVISED OTHERWISE BY MEDI-CAL.