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You should never be the last to know about news relevant to your healthcare and benefits. Whether it’s a new government policy, a staff change, or an enrollment announcement, RBA is committed to keeping you informed about changes that impact your coverage.

VERY IMPORTANT TAX INFORMATION

Reformed Benefits Association has provided each church with the applicable information to complete IRS forms 1094-B and 1095-B.

IMPORTANT: Churches in the following states must mail their forms to the revised IRS address below:

Alaska, California, Colorado,
District of Columbia, Hawaii,
Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, Maryland, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, Montana,
Nebraska, Nevada, North
Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon,
South Carolina, South Dakota,
Tennessee, Utah, Washington,
Wisconsin, Wyoming

Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service Center

P.O. Box 219256

Kansas City, MO 64121-9256

 

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), sponsors of self-funded health plans (such as Reformed Benefits Association) are required to provide certain tax forms that must be furnished to employees and the IRS under Section 6055 of the Internal Revenue Code.

The following information provides an overview of your responsibilities as a participating employer in the RBA Medical Plan:

1094-B Form (Transmittal)

Each church/employer must complete and mail transmittal form 1094-B, along with copies of all individual 1095-B forms for its covered employees, to the IRS by February 28, 2018. 

1095-B Form (Proof of Coverage)

The church/employer is responsible for providing each covered staff member/employee with a completed 1095-B by March 2, 2018. Each individual may use this information to complete his or her federal income tax return.

Did you know our plans cover Virtual Visits?

When you don’t feel well, or your child is sick, the last thing you want to do is leave the comfort of home to sit in a waiting room. Now, you don’t have to!

A virtual visit lets you see and talk to a doctor from your mobile device or computer without an appointment. Most visits take about 10-15 minutes and doctors can often write a prescription that you can pick up at your local pharmacy. And, it’s covered by your health plan!

How do you access virtual visits?
You can log into www.myuhc.om and choose from provider sites, where you can register for a virtual visit. You can also go directly to www.doctorondemand.com OR www.amwell.com

Click the “How to Use Virtual Visits” link below to see a demonstration:

How to Use Virtual Visits

If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our office.

Get the most value from your healthcare today by choosing a UnitedHealth Premium Care Physician

Why should you select a UnitedHealth Premium Care Physician?

Premium Care Physicians have been evaluated based on two metrics:

#1. Quality of Care

#2. Cost-Efficiency

If the UHC physician has met these national industry guidelines and local market benchmarks, then their designation will display 2 blue hearts on the UHC website.

Where can I find these two blue hearts?

      Access your account online: http://www.myuhc.com  

Download the Health4Me mobile app to conduct a provider search

You can also call the number on the back of your ID card and have a UHC representative assist

Why should I be concerned?

We ALL know healthcare in the United States is incredibly expensive! We want to choose the doctors who are providing the “biggest bang for your buck” and are providing the absolute highest level of care available.

Let’s all do our part to make sure the specialists we are visiting have met these important standards