The HIPAA rules require covered entities to provide notification after a breach of unsecured protected health information. A breach is an impermissible use or disclosure of protected health information that compromises its security or privacy. An impermissible use or disclosure is presumed to be a breach unless the covered entity demonstrates by a risk assessment that there is a low probability that the PHI has been compromised.
To make the claim submission process quicker and more secure, BAS encourages participants to submit their reimbursement requests online. The process is easy and to get started a participant will visit www.MyEnroll.com and login with their username and password. Once logged in, the participant will be brought to their homepage where they can hover over the "Employees" option in the main menu. Then, the user can click on "Enter Claims Online" under the "Flex Spending Accts" section to begin their online claim submission.
The General Data Protection Regulation is a rule from the European Union that places data protection requirements on all companies that process personal information when providing goods or services to EU residents. The regulation unifies data privacy/protection laws from all EU member countries. It takes effect May 25, 2018.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires employers to track employees’ hours worked so the employer can determine each employee’s full-time status and eligibility for health coverage. Employers should be well into gathering data for 2018 ACA compliance.
BAS makes security of client data its number one priority. BAS has a policy of not allowing any information to leave its computers via flash drive.
BAS has programmed controls into MyEnroll which allow clients to limit who in the organization may terminate employees in a specific class. This new feature is a welcome addition to the customization available to administrators through MyEnroll.com.
MyEnroll security protocol prohibits compressed files from entering the BAS network. A compressed file (such as one ending with .zip, .exe or .qt) can contain an undetectable virus, or can cause malicious software to download onto the computer of the recipient who opens the file. MyEnroll security can detect a compressed file even if the sender removes the extension name.
BAS' Cobra Control Services offers brokers and resellers using MyEnroll.com's Reseller Program an online report of all remittance checks sent to their client employers.
BAS enhanced the help system within MyEnroll.com. Under the new system, there is a space for application and/or page-specific help. MyEnroll provides standard help language, but clients will be able to purchase a service enhancement which allows them to customize the help screen for their specific account, location, and/or user type.