If your company has 20 or more full or part-time equivalent employees, the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (or COBRA) is an “employee right” that you must comply with. COBRA laws are complex, have changed often and making a mistake can be very costly. Get it wrong, and your company could be liable for employee or dependent health insurance claims, fines and IRS excise taxes.
Because we deal with COBRA administration every day, you can trust us to help you get it right.
The MACSC will manage all your matters relating to COBRA administration for NO cost with NO set-up fees.
Your in-house COBRA Coordinator at MACSC will send you all necessary letters and notifications, provide your company with a monthly activity report and online access to your account, collects premium payments from the COBRA-enrolled beneficiaries, and helps with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network claims. We make it easy for you to communicate with our COBRA coordinator when you have a qualifying event, so you’re sure to stay compliant with the ever-changing Department Of Labor laws and regulations.
We make it easy to communicate with your COBRA Coordinator. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am until 5 pm and we will return your call or email on any given business day.
To notify your COBRA coordinator of any changes within your plan, just fax the Enrollment/Change of Status (ECOS) form to us and your COBRA Coordinator will determine if the event qualifies for COBRA. If so, they will send the necessary notifications within the allotted time in order to stay compliant with the law. Examples of some qualifying events include: new hire, termination, death, marriage, and divorce.
Customer Service Contact Information
COBRA Fax: 517-482-8244
If you need a written proposal for COBRA Administration, please contact Kristina Garner, COBRA coordinator, at 800-336-2018 or email@example.com we’ll provide you with one.
Not enrolled in a MAC-sponsored Blue Cross Blue Shield or Blue Care Network plan? We can still administer your COBRA.