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Type of plan usually present in larger companies where the employer itself collects premiums from enrollees and takes on the responsibility of paying employees and dependents medical claims.
Self-insurance can provide cost savings, flexibility, control, and improved cash flow. However, it also carries financial risk, administrative burden, resource challenges, and the possibility of unforeseen (or catastrophic) losses.
The purpose of Section 111 reporting is to enable Medicare to correctly pay for the health insurance benefits of Medicare beneficiaries by determining primary versus secondary payer responsibility. Section 111 authorizes CMS and GHP RREs to electronically exchange health insurance benefit entitlement information.
The downside of self-insuring is the risk and uncertainty of a potential loss. If you suffer a larger than anticipated loss or a series of smaller losses, such as multiple auto accidents in one year, your nest egg could be depleted. Large or repeat losses are difficult to predict and tough to self-insure against.
Youll pay less in premiums every year. If youre self-insured, youre not paying an insurance company every year to carry the risk of replacing your income if something happens to you. Thats a huge benefit to you because youre saving money!
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The Mandatory Insurer Reporting Law (Section 111 of Public Law 110173) requires all insurers to report the Social Security and Medicare health insurance claims numbers of its members who meet certain reporting criteria to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Self-insurance is a risk retention mechanism in which, rather than contractually transferring risk to a third party as it would in a traditional commercial insurance arrangement, a company sets aside money to fund future losses.
An organization that must report under Section 111 is referred to as a responsible reporting entity (RRE). In general terms, NGHP RREs include liability insurers, no-fault insurers, and workers compensation plans and insurers.
With self-insurance, you pay for a cost such as a medical procedure, water damage, theft, or a fender bender out of your own pocket rather than filing a claim under your policy with an insurance company.
Cons of a Self Insured Plan: Higher compliance requirements for HIPAA and other applicable federal laws. Employer must be comfortable with a 3 5 year, long-term perspective to analyze plan performance. Monthly cash flow can vary based on claims.

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