Under Vermont laws and regulations, health insurers providing services to Vermont residents are required to register on an annual basis, by December 31st, with the State of Vermont. This requirement pertains to comprehensive major medical health benefit plans that may be insured or self-insured, Medicare Supplement, and Medicare Parts C and D. The instructions will guide registrants to the on-line registration form hosted by the State’s contractor Onpoint Health Data.
- Go to Onpoint Claims Data Manager to access the State of Vermont Registration Forms. Annual registration is required even if your company has registered in prior years. The current annual deadline is annually on December 31st.
UPDATE: The March 1, 2016, U.S. Supreme Court decision Gobeille v. Liberty Mut. Ins. Co., 136 S. Ct. 936 (2016), affects the Green Mountain Care Board’s authority to mandate certain data reporting for the claims databases. The decision does not affect state TPA registration or licensing laws, including the Vermont TPA registration requirement. TPA licensing and registration laws long precede the development of APCDs and the registration requirements were not examined by the Court in Gobeille; the Gobeille decision does not pertain to the licensing or registration requirements imposed by more than 40 states. In Vermont, “[a]ny person or entity that provides third party administration services, a third party administrator or ‘TPA’ . . . , shall register . . ., both before doing business in Vermont and on an annual basis prior to December 31 thereafter.” Regulation H-2008-01, § 3(B). All TPAs that conduct business in Vermont must continue to register with the GMCB and must renew that registration on an annual basis.
--March 31, 2016
Registered Entities Lists
Pharmacy Benefit Managers, February 15, 2017
Third Party Administrators, February 15, 2017
Health Care Insurance Carriers, February 15, 2017
Health Care Claims Tax
Health insurers, third party administrators (TPA), and pharmacy benefit managers (PBM) providing services to Vermont residents are required to pay the Health Care Claims Tax to the Vermont Department of Taxes. The Annual Paid Claims and Enrollment Report (APCER) created from data collected by Health Insurers in the Vermont Health Care Uniform VHCURES provides the most current fiscal year paid claims data available. Insurers subject to the Health Care Claims Tax who are not submitting data to VHCURES are required to self-report their annual paid claims amount to the Vermont Department of Taxes. For additional information, contact:
Director of Taxpayer Services
Vermont Department of Taxes
Data Submission Information
- Re-clarification of Medicare Supplement data reporting requirements
- Coding Insured Group Name and the Blueprint Integrated Pilot Program Attribution
- Non-resident Reporting Exemption