Health Care Reform Pain Or Gain For Employers-sopor aeternus

Why Should You Attend: The Affordable care Act has had an immediate impact on all sizes of employers. There are five major points that employers must keep in mind: The tax credit, the grandfathered plan decision; the insurance product reform; exchanges; and the "play or pay" mandates. Also, employers must understand the term FTE. Attend this webinar to learn what FTE means and why it is important in determining "your obligations". In depth analysis of the tax credit and its impact on certain employers will be discussed. In addition, the factors for employers to consider in deciding whether to maintain grandfathered plan. The seminar will provide focus on the insurance product reforms and the so called patient bill of rights" that have been passed. Finally, the creation of health care insurance exchanges and the interplay between these exchanges and employer coverage mandates will be thoroughly explained. Learning Objectives: – Categories of Employers under Health Care Reform – Impact of Health Care Reform on Each Category Areas Covered in the Seminar: – Healthcare Tax Credit. – Grandfathered Plan. – Insurance Product Reform. – Patient Bill of Rights. – Shop Exchanges – Employer Mandates Who Will Benefit: – Clinical Nurses – Case Managers – CEOs – CFOs – Billing Personnel – Clinical Documentation Specialists – Skilled Nursing Administrators – Rehabilitation Directors – Coders – .pliance Officers – Medical Directors Instructor Profile: Scott Silverman has counseled management in all aspects of labor and employment for over 15 years. Scott’s broad range of experience includes representation of employers in administrative proceedings, federal and state court litigation, and arbitrations. Although he has handled a range of labor and employment issues in his career, Scott’s practice has emphasized labor management relations, employment discrimination, non-.pete/trade secret, wage and hour, and workers’ .pensation retaliation claims. As a .plement to his litigation practice, Scott advises employers on day-to-day employment issues and drafts manuals and contracts for his clients. Scott frequently lectures and publishes articles on current developments in labor and employment law. Scott is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Labor and Employment Law. He has been recognized as a top lawyer in Florida by The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA, Super Lawyers Magazine, Florida Monthly, and Tampa Bay Magazine. 相关的主题文章:

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