The University of Rochester Medical Center entered into a resolution agreement with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights for failing to secure two different mobile devices.
As 2019 comes to a close, employers should review their census data to determine if they will be subject to federal COBRA or state mini-COBRA in 2020.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released “Cyber Essentials” which is intended to help small businesses understand and address cybersecurity risks. Cyber Essentials consists of guiding principles to develop a culture of security along with specific actions to put the new security culture into action. It is aimed at small businesses who might not have resources to address security.
Employers with calendar year health plans are preparing for open enrollment for the 2020 plan year. BAS makes managing the open enrollment process easy and streamlined for both employees and employers.
Employers using MyEnroll360 should make sure to notify BAS when administrators change or leave the company.
Several BAS employees, families and friends joined forces with Kids Against Hunger and Philabundance to help stamp out hunger in Philadelphia, the surrounding counties and around the globe.
As part of its standard security protocol, BAS provides security awareness and training for all employees, including managers. Upon hire and annually, all workforce members must participate in HIPAA privacy and security training.
MyEnroll360 is the leading benefit plan administration, enrollment, compliance, and billing solution for Roman Catholic Dioceses. MyEnroll360 may now be used to centralize important information about priests.
MyEnroll360 offers employers the ability to identify employee premium payments and fee details during a specific time period. This application within the MyEnroll360 billing module is particularly helpful for employers with multiple subdivisions or locations.