The annual deadline for reporting and paying the PCORI Fee is quickly approaching. For plan years ending in 2017, the PCORI fees are due by July 31, 2018. This compliance requirement primarily impacts two groups of employers: Employers that sponsor a self-insured health plan Employers that have a fully-insured health plan with a Health Reimbursement […]Continue Reading →
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Under the Affordable Care Act, certain employers have an annual obligation to pay the PCORI fee. Generally, this fee applies to employers that have a self-insured group health plan and to employers that have a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) alongside their fully-insured group health plan. Sponsors of any applicable plans that ended in 2016 must […]Continue Reading →
Under the Affordable Care Act, health insurance issuers and self-insured plan sponsors are required to pay the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute fees (PCORI fees). This fee was implemented in order to fund comparative effectiveness research. The IRS recently published a notice that provides the adjusted PCORI fee amount for plan years ending on or after Oct. […]Continue Reading →
Does your company need to pay Health Care Reform’s PCORI Fee? This fee was established by the Affordable Care Act to help patients, clinicians, payers, and the public make informed health decisions by advancing comparative effectiveness research. However, not all employers are required to pay it themselves. To help your company assess whether this fee […]Continue Reading →