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2023 Healthcare Reform Facts provides authoritative answers to questions related to healthcare reform changes, rules, regulations, and related legislation regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
2023 Healthcare Reform Facts is the comprehensive, go-to source for information regarding the impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). Uniquely organized in a convenient and easy-to-understand Question and Answer format, 2023 Healthcare Reform Facts helps you quickly and confidently find the answers you need to the most frequently asked questions on the PPACA. 2023 Healthcare Reform Facts brings together the guidance, rules, and regulations from all the governing bodies into one resource, making it easy to find authoritative, insightful, and current answers to healthcare reform questions. It includes the following.
Over 700 easy-to-read Q&As that comprehensively cover all aspects of healthcare reform
A seamless blend of the insurance, business, and tax aspects of health coverage for individuals and businesses
Helpful examples showing real-world implications of policy and practical decisions
Model language for the most commonly used (and required) notices for covered employees and participants
Practice pointers to illuminate areas where practitioners should exercise extra caution to avoid costly and time consuming mistakes
New in the 2023 Edition:
Changes to the healthcare exchanges
New Essential Health Benefits requirements for COVID-19 coverage, including vaccinations, quarantine, and isolation
Changes to the Employer Mandate and effect of the “death” of the Individual Mandate
Changes to the Navigator Program and enhancements made by the Biden Administration
Explanation of new COVID-19-related MLR reporting requirements
Complete and updated list of state health insurance “individual mandate” penalties
New regulatory requirements for flexibility when administering ACA grandfathered plans
Updates on ACA application to “excepted benefits”
Developments in healthcare reform including the American Rescue Plan and the effects of California v. Texas on the Affordable Care Act
”Medicare for All” and the Future of Healthcare Reform
Types of health insurance affected by healthcare reform
Reasons employers should or should not continue to offer health insurance
Tax incentives for offering health insurance and required coverages
Tax and other benefits of a grandfathered or grandmothered plan
How the health insurance exchanges work as well as a host of other valuable information
And More! See the “Table of Contents” section for a full list of topics
Michael D. Thomas, is an author and consultant and has served as the Manager of Online Product Development and as a Senior Editor with the National Underwriter Company, a division of ALM Media. In addition, Mike has served as a consultant to the State of Ohio Department of Medicaid and as a writer for “The Digital Broker Podcast”, which focuses on insurance technology and operations. Mike currently works with a major commercial healthcare insurance company and provider of Medicare and Medicaid services. In addition to authoring 2021 Healthcare Reform Facts, Mike has also authored 2021 Social Security & Medicare Facts, and has been responsible for the editorial process and development of other healthcare and insurance publications including Advisor’s Guide to Long Term Care 2nd Edition, Social Security & Medicare Facts, ERISA Facts, and Health Savings Accounts Facts for The National Underwriter Company as well as designing, implementing, and managing the NUPro Healthcare Reform online service. Mike has also authored numerous articles on healthcare reform, Social Security, Medicare and Insurance issues. He has developed, hosted, and taught webinars on Healthcare Reform and Social Security, including “The Affordable Care Act and the Employer Mandate”, “The Affordable Care Act and the Cadillac Tax – Use the Delay for Your Advantage!”, “How to Successfully Navigate the Latest Changes to the Affordable Care Act”, and “The Impact of Social Security on Retirement Plans”.
Prior to joining National Underwriter, Mike spent over twenty-five years with LexisNexis®, where he was responsible for the editorial content and new product development of new online and traditional legal products, including Health Law, Insurance Law, Social Security Law, Labor & Employment Law, Family Law, as well as other legal research tools. In addition, he worked as a Field Agent for Knights of Columbus Insurance specializing in life, health, disability income, long-term care insurance as well as annuity sales.
Mike has a Bachelor of Arts from Tufts University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton.