Guest pedmund Posted November 3, 2005 Report Share Posted November 3, 2005 We currently have a self-funded Church Plan that we are contemplating terminating due to lack of sufficient participation (550 employees with only 150 currently enrolled). Lack of participation is mostly due to premium cost (most of the employees are service workers). We are exploring other avenues of medical coverage such as a classing out employees, implementing a carve out plan for management employees and a mini-med plan for the service employees. Are there any legal ramifications that should be taken into consideration before making a decision to terminate the self-funded plan? Are there any special notices that will need to be communicated to employees currently enrolled in the plan should the decision be made to terminate? This plan IS NOT subject to COBRA. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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