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ACA Changes

About 20 million people now have coverage through state health insurance exchanges or the Medicaid expansions that were part of the ACA. Congress considered replacing major parts of the ACA, including the state exchanges and Medicaid expansion and repealing the individual and employer mandates. However, efforts to pass legislation to change major provisions have not succeeded apart from repealing the individual mandate as part of tax reform. The state exchanges have become more unstable and expensive and concerns grow about ACA taxes and administrative complexity.

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Featured Resources

Legislative Update: Where Do We Go from Here? Legislative Update: Where Do We Go from Here?
During this webinar, we summarize recent activity in Congress on ACA changes and in particular, how this activity could affect employer-sponsored group health plans.

Senate Vote Early This Morning Scraps Health Care BillPresident’s Executive Order on Health Coverage
This WYCIR anticipates the potential impact of the recent Executive Order that includes changes to rules that could impact the ability of employers to pay for employees’ coverage in the individual market and other changes. It provides information useful to your benefits team and in case your C-suite has questions. 

Health Insurance Exchanges Year 4 Details – What Employers Should Know Health Insurance Exchanges Year 4 Details – What Employers Should Know
This webinar covered the latest details on the health insurance exchanges in year 4 including: premiums and plan competition, a closer look at 5 key states, trend and cost-sharing comparisons between exchange coverage and employer-sponsored coverage and more.

 

 

Also of Interest

What Your CEO is Reading - Trump and ACA
This newsletter highlights a Washington Post article about the future of the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA) under the Trump administration.

 

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