Despite changes to Health Care Reform legislation, Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) are still required to offer health coverage and report on the offer of coverage to the IRS or face substantial penalties. Medcom’s full-service ACA solution takes the burden off employers by providing a team of seasoned compliance experts to help simplify the reporting process. Medcom’s proprietary software generates reliable results and provides penalty projection assessments and affordability monitoring to help catch potential risks early. With Medcom’s full-service turnkey solution, comprehensive software, and expert staff we are able to design a customized experience to fit your needs. Our team leads the industry in customer service and satisfaction resulting in 100% of our client’s Forms 1094 and 1095 meeting IRS deadlines in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021.
With nearly 40 years of experience in the Health Care industry, Medcom is equipped and ready to be your strategic partner, advisor, and Health Care Reform compliance specialist. We are committed to providing employers the confidence they need when facing the continuing challenges of Health Care Reform. Join our team today and let us put you first.
Medcom received another Shortlister Top Vendor badge for ACA Tracking and Reporting for Q3 of 2022! Shortlister is the #1 marketplace for employers and consultants to find and select providers in the benefits administration field. To determine top vendors, Shortlister evaluates company size and stability, business performance, and market presence, also known as "buzz factor."
Compliance experts who constantly monitor the changing laws and provide updates as necessary
Mailing and e-filing are available for employers who have failed to meet the ACA Employer Mandate requirements by the IRS deadline. This service applies to employers who have failed to complete the reporting in prior years as well. Once an employer determines they did not complete the ACA Employer Reporting for a prior year and they were an ALE, it is best to complete the reporting as soon as this is discovered vs. not filing at all.