Six Things Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) Need To Know About Information Reporting and Health Coverage Offers

Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) are generally those employers with 50 or more full-time employees, including full-time equivalent employees in the preceding calendar year. If you are an applicable large employer, did you know the Affordable Care Act requires your company to file data returns that report information with the IRS and with your employees as well? Under the Affordable Care Act, not only are you responsible for jumping through all the hoops of providing coverage for your employees, you also need to be the main source of reporting such information to the Internal Revenue Service.

Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) Under ACA

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Applicable Large Employers (ALEs)

As a full-service employee benefits and insurance agency serving Southern California, Pontrelli, Timour & Associates understand that Obamacare has been driving you crazy as a business owner. Luckily, we are here to help guide ALEs through the obstacle course of providing the right benefits at the right cost, while advising you on resources to ensure your reporting requirements are executed on time. We are here to help ease the frustrations of the ACA, and help you contain costs, while keeping your valued employees happy with their benefit options.

Although many employers are not ALEs, thus not subject to this health care tax provision, the employers that do fall under the ALE definition must take action. If you are an applicable large employer you must use Form 1094-C, Transmittal of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Information Returns, and Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage. These IRS forms are used to report the information about offers of health coverage and enrollment in health coverage for their employees.

Here are six key points ALE’s need to know about the information returns they must file:

Six Key Points for Applicable Large Employers (ALEs)

  1. Form 1095-C is used to report information about each employee who was a full-time employee of the ALE member for any month of the calendar year.
  2. Form 1094-C must be used to report to the IRS summary information for each employer, and to transmit Forms 1095-C to the IRS.
  3. ALEs file a separate Form 1095-C for each of its full-time employees, and a transmittal on Form 1094-C for all of the returns filed for a given calendar year.
  4. Applicable Large Employers that offer employer-sponsored self-insured coverage use Form 1095-C to report information to the IRS and to employees about individuals who have minimum essential coverage under the employer plan.
  5. The information reported on Form 1094-C and Form 1095-C is used in determining whether an employer owes a payment under the employer shared responsibility provisions.
  6. Forms 1094-C and 1095-C, or a substitute form must be filed regardless of whether the ALE member offers coverage, or the employee enrolls in any coverage offered.

If you are an applicable large employer (ALE) and you have yet to file these forms, you are already sailing in treacherous seas. Luckily, Pontrelli, Timour & Associates can help applicable large employers right the ship of their companies and return to calm waters. The goal of PT Benefits is to make sure that our client companies that are ALE’s avoid unnecessary IRS fines while keeping in compliance. At the same time, we want to help you recruit and keep the best employees by offering you’re the best benefits program options available.

PT Benefits Can Help ALEs

To learn more about how PT Benefits can help applicable large employers, please contact us today by calling 626-795-4138 today.

California Small Group Definition Will Hurt Business Owners In 2016

When the small group definition of businesses by the Affordable Care Act is reduced to 50 employees or less in 2016, many California business owners are going to be unfairly hurt. In California, the small group definition is going to remain 100 employees or less. As a result, any business with 50 to 99 employees will be damaged by qualifying under the small group definition. Pontrelli, Timour & Associates, Inc. want to help our clients navigate these dangerous waters.

The Sacramento Business Journal reports that Covered California will move forward with an expansion of the definition of small employers under state law. This counteracts the new federal law that halts the change. On October 7, 2015, President Obama signed into law the Protecting Affordable Coverage for Employees (PACE) Act which repeals the Affordable Care Act provision that on January 1, 2016 would have mandated expansion of the definition of “small employer” subject to insurance market reforms from employers with 1 to 50 employees to those with up to 100 employees. Yet, in California, state law defines businesses with 100 or fewer employees as small.

California Small Group Definition Damages

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California Small Group Definition Hurts Business Owners

When it comes to being a small group, benefits administration is more costly with less benefits offered to your employees. In addition, small group benefits have higher deductibles for employees and a higher out of pocket expenses. Overall, there was a 26% increase for small group companies in terms of overall healthcare costs in 2015.

Pontrelli, Timour & Associates, Inc. does not believe the California state government is being fair to local business owners. Why should local business owners be penalized because their companies are based in California? Is this a good way to convince businesses to either stay or come to the state? Why would the California definitions be different from the national definitions when the Affordable Care Act has set the bar for benefits administration across the country?

Employment Data & California Small Group Definition

Based on California labor market employment data, roughly 14 percent of all California employment — 2.3 million employees — fall in the 51-100 segment, while roughly 2.4 percent of all California businesses—33,000 employers—fall into the 51-100 market. In California small group definition, an employer has historically been defined as 50 or fewer eligible employees for group health insurance purposes. Unless an employer has a grandfathered large group plan, employers with 51-100 full time equivalent employees who renew or purchase coverage in 2016 will be required to follow all small group regulations.

For large groups, insurance providers commonly use health status or claims experience, industry risk factors, employer size, participation and contribution levels, age/gender factors and composite ratings to determine premiums. With the mandatory migration, those falling under the new small group definition will no longer be allowed those variations. For example, the gender factor will no longer be permitted and age rating will be limited, with a 2016 ratio maximum of 3 to 1.

Age, Family Size & Geography Insurance Factors

Family size, too, will be a determining factor in adjusting premiums under the 2016 provisions with the California small group definition. Up to three children under 21 years of age may be charged a premium within a family, but any additional children can receive coverage at no additional charge. Geographic regions within the state that are currently prescribed may also be changed significantly, as well as premiums for tobacco use, which may be increased up to but not exceeding 50 percent.

Group Benefits Leader Helping Small Group Business Owners

When the ACA small group definition becomes effective in the state of California in 2016, groups sized 51-100 will for the first time fall under the same requirements that currently apply to groups sized 1-50. The California small group definition simply is not fair. As insurance brokers and group benefits leaders, the goal of Pontrelli, Timour & Associates, Inc. is to make sure our present-day clients and our future clients are not hurt by these healthcare problems.

 

100 Plus Employers Need To Be On Alert As IRS Releases Report About Responsibilities Of Employers Under ACA

When the IRS releases a report about the responsibilities of employers under the Affordable Care Act, Pontrelli, Timour & Associates feels the need to raise a red flag.  As a group benefits leader providing Southern California companies with healthcare solutions, PT Benefits wants employers to know that the end of 2014 signals a time to take action. If you are an employer, the number of employees in your business will affect what you need to know about the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

IRS Warns Companies With 100 Plus Employees

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100 Plus Employers

If you have at 100 full-time and full-time equivalent employees, providing affordable healthcare for your employees is no longer a choice. In the report, the IRS warns that the employer shared responsibility payment will be significant. This payment will happen, even if only one of your employees applies for and receives a subsidy or premium tax credit through a marketplace enrollment.

Moreover, starting in 2016, your company must report to the IRS information about the health care coverage, if any, you offered to your full-time employees for calendar year 2015. You also must furnish related statements to their full-time employees. As a direct result, such reports need to be developed and executed in 2015. As a full-services benefits solutions provider, Pontrelli, Timour & Associates will help advise our clients with resources to comply with these reporting requirements.

100 Plus Employers Employer Shared Responsibility

Although the IRS will not assess employer shared responsibility payments in 2014, this does not mean that you can sit on your hands and ignore the needs of your company. It is true that information reporting related to the employer shared responsibility provisions is voluntary in 2014. After 2014, employer shared responsibility payments will be assessed to companies with 100 plus employees and reporting will be required.

In addition, the employer shared responsibility provisions will be phased in for smaller ALEs from 2015 to 2016.  An ALE is an acronym that stands for Applicable Large Employer, meaning an employer that has 50 or more full time equivalent employees. As a result, although the immediate pressure is on 100 plus companies, 50 plus companies will be squeezed by the IRS as well.

ALEs Of All Sizes Are Ultimately Vulnerable

Specifically, ALEs that meet certain conditions regarding maintenance of workforce size and coverage in 2014 are not subject to the employer shared responsibility provision for 2015.  For 50 plus employers, no employer shared responsibility payment will apply in 2015.  50 plus employers are required to meet the information reporting requirements for 2015.  Despite this breather for 50 plus companies, the IRS wants to make it clear that such employers will be put under the microscope and fined in the future.

The reason Pontrelli, Timour & Associates is waving a red flag and raising the alarm is because too many ALEs and 100 plus employee companies have been avoiding dealing with the Affordable Care Act. What these companies need to realize is that the IRS is in charge of enforcing many of the statutes of the Affordable Care Act. The last thing you want is to place your company under an IRS microscope. If you can avoid dealing with the Internal Revenue Service, this is a good path to take, but you need to take action now.

Pontrelli, Timour & Associates Can Help

For information about and help with the Affordable Care Act and the employer responsibilities outlined by the IRS, please contact Pontrelli, Timour & Associates today. Our goal is to help our clients offer a robust employee benefits program that employees value, while respecting the organization’s budget, and keeping them in compliance.  To learn more about how we can help 100 plus employers and other ALEs, please call Pontrelli, Timour & Associates in Pasadena at 626-795-4138.

Three Key Points For High Growth Companies To Consider About Employee Benefits Programs

As insurance brokers working with group benefit programs , Pontrelli, Timour & Associates understands the challenges facing high growth companies. If you are an owner or partner in a high growth company, you most likely experience change and the resulting business evolution on a regular basis. From expanding into new markets and developing your product lines and service offerings to finding the right talent and renovating office space, you have learned that to grow is to change. Without question, PPACA will present a new healthcare challenge for high growth companies in California.

ACA Challenges for High Growth Companies

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High Growth Companies & ACA

Given the major changes in the past year with healthcare reform and the Affordable Care Act, the same evolution is true for a growing company’s  employee benefits strategy. Well before your company hits 50 full-time employees or equivalents, you need to be ready to act. The mandate was only delayed for one year.  Once you reach 50 employees, there are responsibilities that you will need to think through in order to help ensure the success of your company. With PT Benefits, you access insurance brokers that have both the skill set and expertise to work with your company as a growing firm.

As a full-service benefits program provider, we offer a host of services beyond just renewal numbers once a year. Given the complexities of the Affordable Care Act, we have become strategic advisors and business consultants for our clients. If you are a growing company and you are looking for an effective insurance broker, below are three key points you should take into consideration.

Three Key Points For High Growth Companies

Pontrelli, Timour & Associates recommends that you make sure you’re Employee Benefits Advisor can:

  1.  Provide Updates on ACA Compliance and Health Care Reform and Laws:  An advisor should provide consistent updates on regulations such as ERISA, HIPAA, FMLA as well as guidance on health care reform and Affordable Care Act Compliance.
  2. Develop an Employee Benefits Plan Built for the Future:  Are you planning to continue to grow and expand your business? If this is the case, do you have a plan in place? A Benefits Advisor should be able to help you develop a more strategic employee benefits plan that aims to achieve the goals of your organization in terms of growth and expansion.
  3. Help Establish an Employee Wellness Program: Consider implementing an employee wellness program to help reduce health care consumption at your organization.  A good wellness strategy can impact the bottom line by keeping your employees happy and working effectively. Nothing beats good health.

PT Benefits understands the growing pains of a successful company and it  can be stressful. By partnering with an experienced benefits advisor and insurance broker, you can both help ease some of that transitional pain while also being more prepared for the future growth of your firm. To learn more about how we can help smooth the growing pains for your successful business, please call PT Benefits at 626-795-4138.

Colonial Life Survey Reveals Seven Top Benefits Plan Enrollment Mistakes Made By Employees

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Colonial Life Employee Healthcare Survey

A new Colonial Life survey shows countless employees making benefits plan enrollment mistakes because they lack the willingness to educate themselves. They simply do not know or have a basic understanding of what is available to them. Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company recently questioned nearly 400 employee benefits counselors about the top mistakes they see employees making during enrollment. As experts in benefits program administration and employee benefit plans, the principals at Pontrelli, Timour & Associates are not surprised by the results of the survey.

The number one mistake was how employees tend to assume they do not need certain benefits being offered without even discussing such options with a benefits professional. This all-too-common mistake was cited by 81 percent of survey respondents.

Benefits Plan Enrollment Mistakes

What PT Benefits find fascinating is how little the expertise of insurance brokers is taken advantage of by employees. It’s almost as if there is a fear that asking questions will have repercussions. From our perspective, there are no foolish questions if they are asked in a honest quest for understanding and knowledge.

Benefits Plan Enrollment Mistakes 2 to 5 were closely grouped in the rankings and all related to lack of information:

  1. Not reading the benefits information prior to enrollment — 69 percent.
  2. Not knowing what benefits they currently have and what they cost — 69  percent
  3. Forgetting to talk with their spouse about their family’s needs before the enrollment — 67 percent
  4. Assuming the cost of a new benefit is unaffordable without seeing any prices — 66 percent

A survey respondent describe his frustration with this lack of planning and foresight by employees when he said: “This is the one time you have to take control of how you want to provide for your family and yourself. Take time to talk with your spouse and understand how the benefits can really help your family.”

Benefits Plan Enrollment Mistakes 6 & 7 directly pertain to a failure to take advantage of educational resources available:

  1. Not attending group informational meetings — 58 percent
  2. Not taking time to understand the upcoming changes in their benefits plan — 50 percent

Personal knowledge can be translated into power, but so few employees seem willing to access such power to help themselves. Many employers give workers the opportunity to meet one-to-one with a benefits expert for a personalized counseling session.

Post-enrollment surveys by Colonial Life show 98 percent of employees who participated in a one-to-one session said it was important, and 97 percent said the session improved their understanding of the benefits being offered.

With the complexities presented by the Affordable Care Act, such past benefits enrollment mistakes are even more dangerous today. PT Benefits recommend that every small to mid-sized employer sit down with their employees and emphasize the importance of education and knowledge.

With ACA affecting everyone and the higher costs coming down the line, it is time for employees to take hold of the reins when it comes to benefits enrollment. If you have questions from the perspective of an employer or an employee about benefits enrollment, please call 866-782-9899 or fill out our handy contact form.

 

8 Affordable Care Act Predictions For 2014

When it comes to making expert predictions about the wide range effects of the Affordable Care Act in 2014, Pontrelli, Timour & Associates have the expertise needed to be right on target. As an employee benefits and insurance agency working with small to mid-sized businesses for over a decade in Pasadena, the principals at the agency have the knowledge to provide quality prognostications. The following 8 predictions are based on a balance of factual data combined with the insight of long-term experience.

8 Affordable Care Act Predictions For 2014

  1. Since the majority of carriers shifted the renewal dates of their clients to December 1, most business owners don’t have to take any direct action until then. As a result, the true brunt of the Affordable Care Act’s business fallout will hit hardest in the 4th quarter.
  2.  The biggest initial problems will be with individual solo policies as rates go up the benefits are reduced. The result is going to be a lot of angry people shaking their fists at healthcare reform and wondering why they ever wanted it in the first place.
  3.  Many uninformed business owners without an actual understanding of the laws will try to avoid the 50 employee mark of the Employer Mandate by shifting full-time employees to part-time. Such a shift is illegal, doesn’t work as an avoidance strategy because part-time employees are included in the Employer Mandate equation, and will result in many stories about the IRS and other government agencies cracking down on small business owners across the country for this violation.
  4. On account of the customercentric approach of PT Benefits, almost 100% of our clients early renewed and moved to December. In contrast, how many small to mid-sized companies with the huge corporate providers fell through the cracks of poor customer service. The immediate result when they have to renew early will be the tough initial options on account of a lack of concrete rate information. Anger over this outcome will result in a bevy of local negative ACA news stories in the first to second quarter of the year.
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    Affordable Care Act Predictions

    Any employee or group that had a high deductible catastrophic PPO plan will most likely be paying double come their renewal in 2014. An example is a small restaurant owned by an older lady with such a plan. Her rate will double in terms of the costs because of the minimal coverage and deductible thresholds. In addition, the new extensive requirements for pediatric dental and vision, maternity, expanded non-institutional mental health benefits, contraceptives, breast pumps, lactate consultants, and the list goes on and on. Each state threw in their benefit requirements on top of the federal requirements, resulting in plans that simply cover so much more than is truly needed. Both the business owners and the employee are being hurt because the rates are skyrocketing. As a result, this woman’s rate at her restaurant will more than double because of these new requirements, perhaps even causing her to go out of business after years of serving food to her community.

  6.  The biggest losers in the financial chaos that is being wrought by the Affordable Care Act will be lower middle class to middle class Americans, the vast majority of the country stuck in the center. Healthcare reform really only affects high middle class to wealthy Americans as business owners, and most of them will be able to adapt. The bottom rung of the ladder – the homeless and the destitute – theoretically will be helped. But the middle will be hurt and hurt bad in 2014. And this middle is the heart of America.
  7.  Technology in the industry of benefits administration and insurance brokers traditionally has been very poor. In 2014, this is going to start to shift as a result of ACA and the need for more interactive websites to explain and evaluate the changes for existing clients and potential new clients. Mobile technology will be on the rise as well.
  8. Overall, the Great Panic Debate of 2013 will shift into more realistic discussions about how to be sustainable in 2014. How are insurance brokers going to make the changes work for their clients beyond the initial stage of denial. This is why the insurance brokerage team at Pontrelli, Timour & Associates is focused on finding the best possible ways to optimize the Affordable Care Act options and possibilities for all of our clients.

Help With The Affordable Care Act

If these Affordable Care Act predictions scare you, you are not alone. The perspective of the government on the Affordable Care Act is not the perspective of insurance professionals. If you are worried about how the Affordable Care Act will affect your business and your employees, please contact PT Benefits by calling 626-795-4138 for insurance solutions.

Raphy Timour Of PT Benefits Speaks For Business Owners In Pasadena Now Article On The Affordable Care Act (ACA)

As a co-founder of Pontrelli, Timour & Associates and a respected expert on the Affordable Care Act, Raphy Timour was interviewed by Pasadena Now about how ACA is affecting small to mid-sized business owners and their employees across Pasadena. Since so many business owners are trapped in the maze of the healthcare requirements, mandates and restrictions, Raphy Timour is stepping up to be the voice of the small to mid-sized business owner in trouble. The problem with the Affordable Care Act is that the good man in the middle is being squeezed once again. It is both a honor and an opportunity for Pasadena Now to give Raphy Timour a platform from which to help educate business owners who truly need help and support

A Voice Speaking For The ACA Embattled Business

In the Pasadena Now article, Raphy Timour describes the difficulties faced by one of the clients of PT Benefits:

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ACA Going Off The Rails

“We do the benefits for a small local restaurant and the owner is a woman in her early 60’s. She chose not to early renew. Over the years, to help offset the rising cost of healthcare, she moved to a higher deductible PPO plan. Although the out-of-pocket costs were greater, she chose to pay less each month in premiums. Her group benefits plan renews in March 2014 and her individual rate is going from $532 a month to $925 a month! Yes, her benefits are more extensive, but nowhere near justifying a 74% increase over last year. Why should a woman in her 60’s with adult children be required to have a plan that covers maternity and pediatric dental and vision?”

Why should business owners be penalized who actually have been doing the right thing for years? Why should they be hurt just so others can be helped? Does it seem fair that so many small to mid-sized business owners across not only Pasadena and Southern California, but across the entire country are being slammed so hard or are going to be slammed so hard in their pocketbooks by the Affordable Care Act? Why is Affordable even in the name of the act if the actual results turn out to be the exact opposite of this word – more expensive and more costly?

A Voice Needed Come ACA December Renewals

Since most business clients early renewed, they won’t be facing the real financial challenges of the Affordable Care Act until December. Come December, however, Raphy warns in the Pasadena Now article that “The fourth quarter is going to be a real wake-up call for most employers. There are going to be a lot of shocked and surprised people.” The goal of Pontrelli, Timour & Associates is to help our clients make this tough transition as easily as possible while raising awareness of these challenges in our community in general. To learn more about how ACA might affect your business, please call 626-795-4138 to reach Pontrelli, Timour & Associates and get the help your company truly needs.

IRS Modifies “Use It Or Lose It” Rule For Health Flexible Spending Arrangements Under The Affordable Care Act

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Pressures of Use It Or Lose It

On October 31, 2013, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2013-71 about the “Use It Or Lose It” Rule for health flexible spending arrangements under the Affordable Care Act.

The notice instituted significant changes that will affect the administration of cafeteria plans under section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code. Pontrelli, Timour & Associates offers a brief outline of these changes as a public service. If you need to know how the specific details affect your healthcare plans, please contact PT Benefits for help.

Use It Or Lose It Update

The main change is a modification of the regulations proposed under section 125 to add a limited exception to the “use it or lose it” rule for health flexible spending arrangements. Employers are permitted to amend plans that provide health flexible spending arrangements to permit up to $500 of unused credits to be carried over and applied towards the following plan year.

It is important to realize that the “use it or lose it” rule is not  completely eliminated. Any unused credit in excess of $500 will still be forfeited.

This new carryover is an alternative to the current “grace period” rule. As a result, a health FSA may not provide for both the new carryover and the current grace period. From a pragmatic perspective, if a carryover is to be provided at all, the choice is between (a) permitting a carryover of a limited amount (up to $500) that can be applied during the entire following year, or (b) permitting a potentially larger carryover that can only be applied against expenses incurred during a specific period of time (one month, two months, three months) that is designated as the grace period.

Use It Or Lose It Modifications

PT Benefits understands if all of these new rules and regulations sound like a sputtering of ancient Greek to you. As a businessman, you are focused on growing your business and not getting lost in a maze of such technical particulars.

If you contact Pontrelli, Timour & Associates with questions, we can provide you the support you need to make sure the “Use It Or Lose It” modifications are effectively applied to your business. To learn more about how PT Benefits can deliver premium health coverage and benefits packages to your employees and guide you as an employer through the maze of the Affordable Care Act, please call 866-782-9899 or fill out our handy contact form.

4 Healthcare Changes And Affordable Care Act Challenges In 2014

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Healthcare Changes In 2014

With the Affordable Care Act now in full force, the overall societal goal is for millions of uninsured Americans to either now have health coverage or to be able to obtain it within the coming calendar year. As a Southern California provider of employee benefits programs and solutions for small to mid-sized companies, Pontrelli, Timour & Associates, Inc. make it a point to keep our clients updated about the ongoing evolution of upcoming healthcare changes and Affordable Care Act challenges in 2014.

Healthcare Changes & ACA

As the new year begins, more than 1.1 million people have gained coverage through the offerings of the Affordable Care Act.  Through the combination of HealthCare.gov with the federal and state exchanges, millions more will be enrolled before the cut-off date at the end of March. By looking ahead at what is to come, the goal of PT Benefits is to make the process of adapting to the changes as smooth and easy as possible for both the employers and the employees at our client companies.

Here Are 4 Healthcare Changes Coming In 2014:

The Shadow Of The Employer Mandate:

Employers need to prepare for the Employer Mandate requirement that companies with more than 50 employees provide health insurance for their employees. Although this requirement was delayed a year by the Obama administration, employers will be surprised by how quickly the deadline approaches. Given the choices that need to be made like wellness discounts and health incentive strategies for employees, decisions need to be made well in advance.

The Requirement Of Pricing Transparency:

A major part of the Affordable Care Act is the emphasis on clarity in relation to health insurance costs. Transparency means an understanding of what exactly needs to be paid by both employers and employees and why.  PT Benefits believes that such price transparency will allow both employers and employees to make better educated choices with less surprises.

The Inevitability Of Shrinking Networks:

In order to save money, insurers will continue to shrink their networks of health care providers, going with the best deals that might not always be the best options for consumers. By relying on providers offering the best rates, insurance companies will limit the options in many plans. Such a shrinking of networks will have a greater effect on ongoing consumers with histories with certain providers. The loss of those providers will prove challenging. In contrast, first-time insurance purchasers won’t miss what they never had in the first place.

The Need For Electronic Records & HIPAA Compliance

With the institution of the PPACA in 2014, the need for electronic records will increase. Electronic records will provide better tracking and analytics while helping to ensure higher standards of record keeping and maintenance. The challenge of more electronic records will be a greater need for HIPAA compliance.

For Pontrelli, Timour & Associates emphasize the above updates are only short capsule descriptions of the bevy of healthcare changes to come in 2014. Luckily, the client companies of PT Benefits do not need to be healthcare experts. We handle such challenges and questions for you, providing a customer-centric approach that focuses on the specific needs of your organization. To learn more about how we can help you, please call 866-782-9899 or fill out our handy contact form.