Time to pay close attention

September 20, 2010
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Be aware of reform impacts

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 may mean changes to your plan’s dependent coverage, lifetime limits, pre-existing conditions, patient protections and emergency services.


Consider your costs

What's more cost effective: grandfathered or non-grandfathered status?

What additional benefits will your plan have to include?

How many additional dependents and individuals will your plan have to cover?

Which limits of coverage will you have to eliminate?

If medical insurance is insured, review the impact of new nondiscrimination requirements.

Get your team ready

For enrollment of eligible children up to age 26 and individuals who lost coverage due to lifetime benefit limits. 

To notify employees about their right to select primary care physicians, if applicable.

To notify employees that they no longer may need prior authorization for ob-gyn care.

To amend plan documents per new government requirements.

To implement W-2 reporting of medical insurance costs.

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