If you believe Republicans on Capitol Hill, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) isn’t long for this world. Still, the Obama administration continues to clarify how businesses are supposed to comply with the law’s many provisions.
New Obamacare guidance from the agencies responsible for implementing the ACA includes a lot of important info on health plans and cost-sharing.
In its 29th set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the ACA, the DOL covered everything from preventive services like lactation counseling/equipment to the Mental Health Parity Act.
A new FAQ on Obamacare should have a lot of employers taking a close look at their 2016 health plans.
The Department of Labor just released yet another FAQ explaining some of the finer points of the health reform law’s requirement that health plan sponsors provide beneficiaries with a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC). Here’s what you need to know.
A new FAQ regarding health reform’s Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) mandate clears up some of the finer points about the requirement.
You don’t have to worry about setting up your health plan to comply with this reform rule for quite some time.
One stat you’ll want to keep in mind when preparing for open enrollment: 76% of employees who make decisions about their benefits coverage say they’ve made mistakes selecting benefits options.
Good news: The feds just gave employers more leeway to make changes to their health plans and maintain their plans’ grandfathered status.
There’s a lot of contradictory info floating around about the upcoming dependent coverage rules — and it’s critical that your employees get the facts right.