2003 Assessment Manual
2003 Assessment Rate of 39% as published in the PA Bulletin.
New Assessment Payment Option Available
Mcare is pleased to announce it will accept assessment payments through an electronic funds transfer (EFT) payment process, effective immediately. The EFT may be an ACH or wire transfer. The EFT process provides primary insurers with alternative payment methods, in addition to paper checks. We strongly recommend the use of EFTs when payments are made.
To learn more about this new payment option and the minimum standards, please send an email to Mcare’s Fiscal Unit at email@example.com expressing your interest. We will have an Mcare representative call you to explain the program. We thank you in advance for considering Mcare's preferred method of payment.
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Carriers should download the revised Mcare Exhibit 1 - Abated Discounted Amount. This version has been revised to reflect Act 44's impact of 2003 assessments. This new exhibit demonstrates the proper assessment to remit on behalf of those health care providers who have been granted an abatement.
Exhibit 2 2003 Prevailing Primary Premium Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Primary Health Care
Exhibit 3 JUA's Physician, Surgeons and other Health Care Professional Classifications Definition
Please refer to the 2003 Assessment Manual for tail rating information.
Remittance Advice Form - V6 Published 10.29.2013
IMPORTANT PROCESSING UPDATE - ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS Effective January 1, 2013, electronic submission of Excel type e-216 is the preferred method of reporting basic professional liability insurance coverage to Mcare. No longer is a hardcopy 216 required when submitting your e-216 with or without payment. This change applies to all submissions, regardless of the assessment year, with a run date on or after January 1, 2013. The e-216 must be sent to the following e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org If payment is due, the check must be mailed to Mcare at the same time the e-216 is emailed. For complete details, please refer to page 8 of the 2013 Assessment Manual.
Exhibit 5 Worksheet for Partnerships, Professional Associations and Professional Corporations (Specialty Code 80999)
Exhibit 6 Worksheet for Hospitals (Specialty Code 80612)
Exhibit 7 Worksheet for Nursing Homes (Specialty Code 80924)
Exhibit 8 Worksheet for Primary Health Care Centers (Specialty Code 80614)
Exhibit 9 Worksheet for Birth Centers (Specialty Code 80402)
Exhibit 10 County Code List
Archived Deferral Notices:
Unreported Mcare Coverage Reminder to primary insurers and agencies of their fiduciary and legal responsibility under the Mcare Act to make certain that Mcare coverage is collected, reported and remitted to Mcare within 60 calendar days of the issuance of a basic insurance coverage policy. 5/2/06