Cigna's ASO PPACA Fees and Reporting Resources
Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), employers sponsoring self-funded plans are responsible for complying with certain fees and taxes and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting requirements. To support our self-funded employers and broker partners, Cigna offers a dedicated ASO PPACA Fees and Reporting Resources team – comprised of trained service professionals from Cigna’s Billing, Banking and Eligibility areas.
PPACA topics covered
- Comparative Effectiveness Research Fee (CERF)
- Large Employer and Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) reporting requirements
- Complimentary educational support
- Timely resources and information to answer questions
- Referral to Cigna’s complimentary educational resource with outside legal counsel, Groom Law Group, as appropriate
The team can provide support and answers for questions
- When is my CERF payment due?
- How can I retrieve my CERF report?
- When or how do I make my payment?
- What sections of Forms 1094C and 1095C must I complete?
- Can you guide me through the reporting process?
- What data can I receive from Cigna?
How to get in touch
Cigna’s ASO PPACA Fees and Reporting Resources team can be reached through a dedicated phone line and email:
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