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Important Health Care Reform Updates for HR: What to Do Now to Prepare for Next Year’s ACA Reporting and Other Compliance Requirements - On-Demand

Important Health Care Reform Updates: Prepare for Next Year's ACA Reporting & Other Compliance - On-Demand

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Important Health Care Reform Updates for HR: What to Do Now to Prepare for Next Year’s ACA Reporting and Other Compliance Requirements - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

To paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of the Affordable Care Act’s death have been greatly exaggerated.

The Senate has just halted a revised version of its proposed Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal/replace bill, known as the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017.

So, for the time being, the ACA continues to be the law of the land—and that includes the onerous employer reporting requirements: the 1094-C, the 1095-C, and so forth.

What should you, as an HR and employee benefits professional, be doing during this time of uncertainty to ensure you’re well-prepared for the 2018 compliance requirements?

Learn more with this on-demand webinar with experienced—and engaging—employee benefits attorneys John Hickman and Ashley Gillihan of Alston & Bird, LLP. They’ll give you an up-to-the-minute rundown of where things stand now with the ACA and AHCA, where they’re likely to head, and what you should be doing to prepare.

You’ll learn:

  • The latest on health care reform, the status of the ACA, and the practical impact today’s health care landscape has on your organization’s health care benefits compliance strategy
  • What the senate bill’s “consumer freedom” amendment would do—and the practice impact on premiums
  • The role health savings accounts will play if the new bill goes through
  • Looming 2018 reporting requirements under the ACA concerning the employer responsibility rules (a.k.a. “play or pay”) and more
  • How to manage health care compliance obligations in the midst of potential changes to federal law
  • The practical impact of the Trump administration’s regulatory agenda on ACA enforcement
  • And much more!

About Your Presenters:

John Hickman, Esq.John Hickman, Esq.
Alston & Bird LLP

John Hickman leads several attorneys devoted exclusively to healthcare reform issues under the Affordable Care Act, HIPAA privacy, health savings accounts (HSAs), and consumer-directed health care, flexible benefit plans, and related health benefit issues. Hickman has worked closely with health plans, financial institutions, and employers, as well as the IRS, the Treasury, and the DOL, in addressing health benefit issues. He has been inducted into the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel and is listed in The Best Lawyers and Who’s Who Legal.

Ashley Gillihan, Esq. Ashley Gillihan, Esq.

Alston & Bird LLP

Ashley Gillihan is counsel in the Atlanta office and a member of the firm’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation and ERISA Litigation Groups. Mr. Gillihan focuses his practice exclusively on health and welfare employee benefit compliance and litigation issues for employers, health plan administrators and other health and welfare benefit plan service providers. He also has extensive experience assisting financial institutions and insurance companies who serve as Health Savings Account trustees or custodians. Mr. Gillihan is active in publishing and speaking on various health and welfare benefit plan related topics and serves as a faculty member and/or technical advisor for several health and welfare benefit plan focused organizations.

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