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Review your ACA Data in MyEnroll360

Employers with ACA data collection and reporting services with BAS should have received an email with instructions for reviewing and approving 1095-C forms for 2019.

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No Flash Drives at BAS

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.

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IRS Suggests Strong Passwords

The IRS suggests two actions for preventing identity theft: using strong passwords and keeping those passwords secure.

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Automatically Terminating Dependents Aging Out of Plan

Another Benefit of MyEnroll360

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IRS Guidance on Phishing Scams

A phishing scam starts with an unsolicited email or a website that looks legitimate but is intended to trick the user. The scam entices a person to provide personal and financial information. According to the IRS, scammers

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W-2 Reports in MyEnroll360

Form W-2 must be provided to employees by the end of the month. Certain employers must report on an employee’s Form W-2 the cost of coverage under an employer-sponsored group health plan. Other employers are entitled to transition relief and do not have to report health coverage on Form W-2.  Refer to the IRS website (click here) for more information on reporting obligations. 

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$1.6 Million HIPAA Penalty for Unsecured Server

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission received a $1.6 million penalty from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for releasing protected health information of 6,617 individuals. The PHI was on a public server for which a flawed software code allowed people to access the server without proper user credentials.

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MyEnroll360 Notes Application

Administrators can add notes to MyEnroll360 to save important information about employees. The Notes module allows employers to document conversations and information specific to each employee. 

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HIPAA Settlement for Unencrypted Mobile Device

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. 

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Federal or Mini-COBRA?

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.

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