Employer Provisions of Health Care Reform: Are You Prepared? – Recorded Webinar

Health Care

April 15, 2013
by Pamela Branshaw, CPA, CEBS, Deborah Marshall

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Pamela Branshaw Pamela Branshaw, CPA, CEBS
Employee Benefits Services Leader

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Deborah Marshall Deborah Marshall
Senior Manager

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This webinar was recorded April 11, 2013.
Every health care provider in the U.S. will be affected by the employer provisions of the PPACA.  Although most hospitals and clinics have been focusing on the reimbursement impact of this sweeping legislation, it is equally important to understand it from the employer perspective. And you should be planning NOW, in 2013, for managing the significant financial and operational implications of this law—you cannot wait until 2014. It is a daunting task to understand the myriad of fees, taxes, health insurance plan design issues, and reporting requirements that will be applicable to your organization. In this webinar, we will provide you with the following
  • An overview of how we got to this point—implications of Supreme Court decisions, W-2 reporting, SBCs, adult dependent coverage, grandfathered plans, etc.
  • Up-to-date information on significant new taxes, penalties, and reporting requirements
  • How to determine if you are an “applicable large employer” and subject to “Play or Pay”
  • How to determine which employees will be eligible for health insurance coverage
  • What an “Exchange” is and how it is intended to work
  • Options for calculating FTEs and “affordability” of coverage
  • Implications for employee, spouse, and dependent coverage and costs
  • Many other provisions and complexities, and what we are seeing employers do

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