As has seemingly been the case for almost every year in the last half-decade, 2013 – like its predecessors – was a busy year for those of us involved with health benefit plans. The continued (bumpy) rollout of PPACA and efforts made by legislators, regulators, and attorneys – both at the State and Federal levels – handicapped us as we attempted to adjust our plans to meet the requirements of law, while maintaining cost effectiveness. Now 2014 promises to be as eventful, if not more so. Join The Phia Group as we review the biggest issues dealt with in 2013, the lessons learned, and what we expect to be dealing with in the year to come.
If you thought 2012 was a wild ride, wait until you see 2013. Obamacare is the law of the land, and it’s here to stay. The entities empowered by PPACA to issue mandates are prepared to unleash a tidal wave of regulations in 2013. Subrogation and coordination of benefits once again appear before the Supreme Court. The very definition of self-funding, rights under ERISA, and access to stop-loss have come under attack. Join The Phia Group’s CEO, Adam V. Russo, Sr. V.P. and General Counsel, Ron E. Peck, and V.P. of Consulting Services, Jennifer McCormick, as they discuss what we can expect to see in 2013, and how best to prepare for what’s coming.
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