ACA (Health Care Reform) Compliance – More Fun Than Chewing On Nails!
Paul, Scott, and Anne Marie discuss whether employers should be worried, and the strategies companies are using to avoid the coming Cadillac Tax. Paul Routh shares the biggest issue with the ACA and one of the strangest compliance issues he has ever dealt with in his career.
This episode is a must listen for those interested in cost-saving strategies, and staying compliant with the newest ACA regulations.
Paul Routh is an author, public speaker, and nationally recognized benefits attorney. His expertise is in providing legal advice on health plans.
What 2015 will hold for the Affordable Care Act and Employers (Article)
The Republicans’ first attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act didn’t get enough votes to pass, but it gave a glimpse into some of their intentions. In this episode from March 2017, ERISA Attorney Paul Routh joins Scott and Anne Marie about the proposal, and how it sets the stage for future debate.
In October 2017, President Trump signed the Health Care Executive Order that would eliminate the requirement for essential benefits coverage, among other things. Scott and Anne Marie welcome Grant Reed, MB’s Director of Financial and Analytical Services, to examine what this means for employers.
Fully funded plans bear the brunt of a number of fees associated with health care reform. It’s no surprise, then, that a number of businesses are considering or have already switched to self-funding. Scott and Anne Marie look into the considerations employers should take before embracing this strategy.