Category Archives: COBRA and Termination

Are You Still Eligible for Health Care Coverage?

See If You Can Still Get Health Coverage You may qualify for a special enrollment period. You may be eligible for Medicaid or CHIP. Open enrollment for 2015 coverage ended on Feb. 15, 2015. And, Open enrollment for 2016 coverage doesn’t begin until November 1, 2015 (and runs until January 31, 2016). But, consumers should visit HealthCare.gov…

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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Bulletin

Online Tools, Standardized Forms, and More Effective March 24th, 2015, VA is implementing improvements to make it easier for you to apply for benefits. Online application tools, standardized forms, and a new intent to file process will create faster and more accurate decisions on your claims and appeals. What does it all mean? As part of…

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Employee or Beneficiary Notice to Plan Administrator of COBRA Qualifying Event

COBRA General Notice – Group health plans must give each employee and each spouse of an employee who becomes covered under the plan a general notice describing COBRA rights. The general notice must be provided within the first 90 days of coverage. Group health plans can satisfy this requirement by including the general notice in…

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