PCORI fees are used to fund the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute. The purpose of this Institute is to fund and conduct research that determines the effectiveness of medical services that help prevent illness or injury. Who needs to pay the PCORI fee? If you are fully insured: The insurance… read more →
Employers are breathing a sigh of relief, with their W-2’s out the door and in the hands of employees who were seeking them to complete their tax returns. Employers are used to the questions leading up to and surrounding W-2’s and how to file these through the FIRE system to… read more →
Two key staff receive prominent healthcare reform certification Tyngsboro, Massachusetts – MaxServices Group is pleased to announce that two of their key staff, Kendra Strickland, Vice President of Strategic Planning and Kim Robson, Senior Product Manager are Certified Healthcare Reform Specialists® (CHRS), a prominent designation from the Health Care Reform… read more →
MaxServices Group Health Care Reform Specialist, Kendra Strickland will be presenting on ACA at the Massachusetts Staffing Association Annual Meeting on Thursday, November 13. For more information please visit: http://msastaffing.org/2014/08/2014-msa-annual-meeting/
You are one of the fortunate ones with an ACA plan prepared for 2015. You have your minimum essential coverage plan or minimum value plan in place. You know your waiting period can’t exceed 90 days (following a bona fide orientation period of no more than one month, of course!). … read more →
CGI Federal‘s contract, originally awarded in 2011 and is scheduled to end February 28, will not be renewed. Accenture will replace CGI Federal with a year long contract worth about $90 million for the website.
Anyone who missed the Christmas deadline, to sign up for insurance through the Affordable Care Act, for benefits to kick in on January 1st, have until Wed., Jan. 15th to sign up for insurance in order to get coverage beginning Feb. 1. The deadline for signing up for 2014 health… read more →
Vending machines will be required to display calorie information to help consumers make “healthier choices”. Section 4205 of the ACA requires that new labeling regulations roll out in early 2014 after the Food and Drug Administration finalizes official guidelines. This will affect roughly 10,800 vending machine companies throughout the nation.