The market has changed. With the removal of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) individual mandate penalty, a growing number of states have stepped in to enact their own state-based individual mandate, and more states are preparing to do so. Many of these require individuals to carry their own individual health insurance, and require employers to report on health benefits offered to individuals who reside in their state.
The requirements of these mandates can vary dramatically from one state to another, but employers with individuals who reside in multiple states, will need to comply with each of them. That’s why we created our eBook, “Your state-by-state guide to individual mandate expectations” to help guide you through managing your compliance expectations in states with individual mandate considerations.
If your company operates in numerous states, each new individual mandate enacted adds a new level of complexity and penalty risk. Health e(fx) goes beyond the ACA and expand our reporting functionality to help employers comply with state individual mandates.
These days the mandate lives on in several states, each of which has
enacted its own state-based individual mandate following the federal
repeal, and more states are preparing to do so. Yet these state-based
mandates offer new challenges and complexity for employers. Where
once companies had a single mandate to follow, they now are required
to adhere to each state-based mandate where their employees reside.
This can give rise to potentially costly misconceptions and errors.
Click here to download our State by State eBook.
On our webinar, you’ll learn:
Health e(fx) offers the industry’s leading health reform compliance and workforce analytics solution.
Have confidence your state reporting is in the hands of the largest ACA technology provider trusted by top U.S. employers.
We remove the burden of state individual mandate requirements through a combined federal and state solution.
Our highly flexible system adapts to state and federal changes, so you stay compliant through complex legislative change.