Obamacare Compliance: How it Helps Self-funded Plans (Webinar)

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Thursday, June 27, 2013 10:24:00 AM Categories: Prior Presentations

Here’s the “dirty little secret” about the new “pay-or-play” requirements: 

Most plans will pass easily and few plans will have any problems with penalties.

Here’s the less obvious part of compliance:

The steps called for by the new regulations make good sense for a plan to do.

Inventorying enrollees to confirm coverage, adopting uniform plan definitions and approaches to calculating cost-sharing, and engaging benefit “consumers” are all steps that can benefit a self-funded plan. This webinar, the third in our series, explores these themes and presents the positive side to “Obamacare” compliance.

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