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INFO

The Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009

(CHIPRA) requires that a group health plan allow an employee or dependent

to enroll in the plan within 60 days of the employee's Medicaid or CHIP

coverage being terminated or upon eligibility for employment assistance under

Medicaid or CHIP. In addition, employers that maintain a group health plan in a

state that provides medical assistance or child health assistance under a state

Medicaid or state child health plan are required to provide the Employer CHIP

Notice. The following states meet this standard: AL, AK, AR, CO, FL, GA, IN,

IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MA, MN, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NY, NC, ND, OK, OR,

PA, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI and WY. The law is unclear on

whether self-insured Indian Tribal plans are subject to HIPAA Portability

provisions. Such plans should seek legal counsel. A model notice is available.

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How To Enroll

Action Required
  • Visit (URL) to review your current coverage and enroll and modify your elections for 2021.
  • If you'd like to change your existing coverage or make new elections, you must do so by November XX. Your current medical, dental and vision elections will carry forward to 2021 if you don't make a new election.
  • To participate in a Health Savings Account or Flexible Spending Account in 2021, you must make an active election, even if you're already participating in 2021. 


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Civil penalties of up to $117 (2019) per

day for failure to comply with the new

notice and disclosure requirements

may be assessed.

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There are two types of wellness programs, those that base a reward on

participation only, and those that base a reward on satisfying a health

standard (health-contingent). If the program is only participation-based but

provides a reward such as a premium discount or reduction in copays or

deductibles, then the program must be available to all similarly situated

individuals in order to comply with the HIPAA nondiscrimination requirements.

If the program bases the reward on satisfying a health standard- whether

activity-only, or outcomes-based (such as not smoking

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Large plans (more than $5 million in receipts) should have complied by April 20, 2005; small plans by April 20, 2006. Re ...

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