New COBRA Regulations Information
COBRA for Agents
Employers with 20 or more employees are required to offer COBRA to employees and their eligible dependents when employees or dependents lose coverage due to the following qualifying events:
- Termination of employment
- Death of the employee
- Loss of coverage due to retirement
- Medicare entitlement of the employee
- Reduction in the employee's work hours
- Divorce or legal separation
- A child's loss of dependent status
- Leave of absence
BenefitHelp Solutions handles COBRA administration accurately and quickly. Employers can outsource this time-consuming job to our professionally trained experts.
Services BenefitHelp Solutions Provides For COBRA
- Initial notification letters
- Plan enrollment reports
- Notice to Members of their rights and responsibilities
- Eligibility and account history
- Carrier reports and payments
- Membership activity reports
- Financial reports
Why Employers Outsource
Most employers find it difficult to administer the ever-changing COBRA regulations and to maintain the necessary documentation. Continuing education in COBRA regulations and specialized account training allow our member specialists to provide each client with personalized customer service to make COBRA administration easy. We also work closely with the Employee Benefits Institute of America (EBIA) and our legal counsel to ensure compliance with the ever-changing COBRA administrative requirements.
Contact BenefitHelp Solutions
To receive more information about our services, contact your agent or BenefitHelp Solutions Marketing Representative by or phone: 503-412-4210 or 888-387-5440. For specific account information, please contact a Customer Service Representative at: 503-765-3581 or 800-556-3137.