COBRA & HIPAA Administration

Under federal COBRA regulations, employees and their dependents can elect a temporary extension of their health benefits when their group coverage would normally end (i.e., following termination, layoff, divorce, etc.). This extended coverage can last from 18 to 36 months, depending on the event.

HIPAA regulations require that employers provide employees losing coverage with a certificate of creditable coverage.  This certificate shows the length of time the employee was covered under the group health plan, the type of coverage and the individuals covered.

Why Choose our COBRA/HIPAA Administration Services?

  • “Fee for Service” approach to COBRA/HIPAA service
  • No “Per Employee Per Month” Fees
  • Experienced, trained COBRA/HIPAA professionals
  • Up-to-date knowledge of current regulations
  • On-line entry for high volume clients
  • Personalized service

What sets us apart?

Staying up-to-date with current regulations and complying with COBRA/HIPAA regulations can be an administrative burden for any employer.  Penalties for non-compliance can be huge.  The Employers Association’s COBRA/HIPAA Administration Services Department can help.  With extremely competitive rates and a high level of personalized service, we make compliance with the regulations easy!

Click here to order our Guide to COBRA/HIPAA Compliance.

For more information, contact Benefits Services at (704)522-8011 or