The Regulatory & Compliance community showcases the latest news from Washington D.C. pertaining to health care law in regard to state exchanges, individual mandate, SLR, and changes to the PPACA.
ConnectYourCare News: Small group market provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act are expected to be implemented Jan. 1, 2014. These changes may affect small businesses trying to offer their employees health insurance, which will be required under the individual mandate.
PPACA’s employer penalty is referred to as the employer’s shared responsibility payment. This is also sometimes called “play or pay.” Under the mandate the large employer is subject to two penalties if it does not comply.
This is the second article in a three-part series exploring the impact of the ACA on dental benefits. This article examines various exchange models, the final article will focus on cost-sharing scenarios, and the first article presented an ACA market overview (available online).
Ron Bachman, Chairman of the IHC's Editorial Advisory Board, provides an executives summary covering what employers need to know about women's preventive services and religious organizations.
Keenan, the largest privately held insurance brokerage and consulting firm in California, has launched a robust new website dedicated to providing a wide array of information on Health Care Reform (HCR) and its impact on school districts, public agencies and health care organizations
Survey Finds Confidence in Employer-Sponsored Health Care - but With Changes Employees can expect changes to health care benefits as a result of the Affordable Care Act
Mercer announced today that it has launched two educational tools — “Health Care Reform Made Simple” and “Health Care Decoder” — for plan sponsors to help their participants navigate the growing complexities of the US health care system as well as improve the value employees
The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) has produced a survey of their members
The implementation of the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) remains one of the most complex and least understood aspects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. To help provide clarity to state policymakers, employers, brokers and health plans, the nation’s leader in developing
Exchanges create more bureaucracy and place more burdens on states already strapped for cash