If there is one constant in healthcare reform, it is change. Changes in the law can originate from numerous government entities. Consequently, confusion is the norm, and tracking developments can be difficult.
The fully updated 2017 Healthcare Reform Facts eliminates confusion and makes sense of ongoing changes by sorting through new events to identify and define vital developments, and most importantly, provide clear, concise guidance.
With hundreds of the most frequently asked questions on the implementation, compliance, and tax implications of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the completely updated 2017 Healthcare Reform Facts will guide your real world decisions by clarifying:
- Effective dates of various statutory penalties
- Types of health insurance affected by healthcare reform
- Rules regarding exchanges
- Reasons employers should or should not continue to offer health insurance
- Legal challenges to the Affordable Cart Act or components thereof
- Tax incentives for offering employees health insurance
- Tax and other benefits of a grandfathered plan
- And much more!
Receive these updates in 2017 Healthcare Reform Facts:
» Effect of Zubik v. Burwell on the Affordable Care Act
» Full implementation of the Employer Mandate including employer mandate compliance threshold, eligibility penalties, affordability requirement penalties, changes in “safe harbor” rules for costs related to affordability coverage
» Repeal of the Automatic Enrollment provision
» Changes in Small Business Health Options (SHOP) including size of eligible companies, minimum participation requirement, changes in health and dental options
» Types of healthcare insurance affected by healthcare reform
» The effect of recent court decisions and administrative actions on the ACA
» Legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act or components thereof
» The integration of multiple health insurance plans with employer-funded HRAs
» Details on health insurance purchased on the exchanges and other rules
» Information on impact of healthcare reform on fringe benefits
» Information on types of marketplace exchanges
» How to minimize impact of the employer mandate
» Detailed information on the PCORI (Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute) fees and remittance requirements
» Effective date of statutory penalties
» Reasons employers should or should not offer healthcare insurance
» Tax incentives for offering employees health insurance
» Tax benefits and other benefits of a grandfathered or grandmothered plan
By bringing together the guidance, rules, and regulations from all the governing bodies into a single complete resource, and providing answers to the most pressing questions, 2017 Healthcare Reform Facts stands apart as the single source for authoritative, insightful, and up-to-date answers on healthcare reform—all in a convenient, time-saving Q&A format.
Oct 17, 2016
Alson R. Martin, J.D., LL.M.