In 2013 and 2014, employers will be inundated with releases for ACA guidance and regulations, some of which must be implemented by October 1, 2013, and others by January 1, 2015. Our monthly newsletter keeps you informed about the regulatory landscape at federal and state levels to help you navigate the complexities of the ACA.
October's newsletter the article "Are You Really Ready?" focuses on January 1, 2014 a Significant Step Closer to Full ACA Implementation. Take a quick look the information will show you that January 1 not only begins the first year of federal subsidies, the individual mandate, and Exchange coverage, but it also marks the countdown to the next stage, when employer penalties and reporting will be in place.
September's newsletter includes an article outlining employers’ requirements of model notifications and how Health E(fx) automates these requirements. There is a recap of legislative updates, including more details about the Treasury Department’s early July “delay” of the Employer Mandate to 2015 and what it means for employers. We hope you will also enjoy the articles and commentary on the challenges and opportunities around the Exchanges.
July’s newsletter recaps legislative updates, including details about the Treasury Department’s early July transition announcement and what it means for employers. There is also commentary on the challenges and opportunities around communication between the employer and exchanges, and a quick employer’s perspective on the model notices and the potential impact they can have for organizations with an already stressed staff. And finally, in preparation for our commercial launch, you can now download product data sheets and sign up for a demonstration of the Health E(fx) system.
In June’s newsletter, there are legislative updates including a new HHS release and final regulations on employer wellness programs, as well as commentary on the challenges and opportunities around communication between employer and exchanges. A quick Q&A for brokers and consultants answers some questions about Health E(fx)’s role in client ACA compliance.
In May's newsletter, there are legislative updates impacting employers, as well as some no-nonsense commentary on how employers will need to address core compliance issues.