Date - January 31, 2012
BPSC announces release of CSP and EAS Suite Version 6.1.9
IRVINE - Benefit Plan Systems Corporation, the leading provider of quality benefit plan administration software to employers and administrators today announced the release of Version 6.1.9, Client Service Provider and Employer Administration Suites. Both the CSP and EAS Suites include completely integrated applications for administration of COBRA, retiree or leave direct billing, consolidated group billing and HIPAA.. A complete web module is available for all applications.
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Instructions were also provided showing users how to handle the new California SB 299 Pregnancy Leave requirements. This new state law is written into the Labor Codes, not Insurance Codes. It is applicable to both insured and self-insured plans for employers with 5 or more employees. The law requires employers to provide up to 16 weeks of leave to employees with pregnancy related conditions. Employers are required to continue payment of health coverage during the leave. The law can easily be handled by the user making a few changes to the FML Leave functions built-into the COBRA and Direct Bill systems.
Version 6.1.9 includes fixes for all user reported issues and several new features including a W-2 report designed to provide users with print or export ability of the actual cost of each participants health coverage to meet the new Affordable Care Act W-2 reporting requirements. In addition, numerous enhancements have been completed in CSPWeb, including the ability for authorized users to output extensive reports, self enroll and change thier own passwords.
The update notice included information about the upcoming Summary of Benefits and Coverage required by provisions of the Health Care Reform law passed in March 2010. The new notice and disclosure requirements were to become effective on March 23, 2012. The Department of Labor (DOL) has since released a statement delaying enforcement until final regulations, expected by mid 2012, are released. BPSC will provide the ability to provide the SBC in the EasyCert application.
About Benefit Plan Systems Corporation
Founded in 1976, Benefit Plan Systems Corporation ( is a developer and publisher of software solutions for managing employee benefits for both administrators and employers. Its feature rich applications enable customers to minimize labor costs while remaining in compliance with legislative requirements. Headquartered in Irvine, California, BPSC offers the most fully automated systems available.