spencerhastings Posted January 24, 2019 Report Share Posted January 24, 2019 Background: Client is in the middle of selling a division and will be keeping those employees in it's medical plan for the rest of the year to avoid disruption, thus creating a self-insured MEWA with two employers for this short period. I'm trying to determine the potential risks and requirements of keeping these employees in the plan for the rest of the year under Tennessee law. So far I've found the applicable rules and regulations (Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0780-01-76), but I'm a little confused as to if these regs apply to a two employer MEWA because 1) the regs say they apply to "self-insured qualified" MEWAs and 2) then go on to define a qualified MEWA as consisting of ten employers. Anyone have any insight here? Would really appreciate it - feel like I'm just spinning my wheels at this point. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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