Thursday, March 3, 2011

Webinar on health care reform

Senn Dunn Insurance invites you to participate in an Assurex Global webinar on March 31, 2011 from 1:00-2:00 PM Eastern.
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By April the new Congress will have proposed and possibly already passed changes to existing health reform legislation. Regulatory agencies are also expected to release additional guidance early in 2011. This session will focus on changes and new rules released since the last Assurex Global health reform webinar, delivered 4th quarter 2010.

Specific issues covered in this webinar include: 
• Differences in state vs. federal tax treatment of dependent coverage
• The status of the new 1099 reporting rule
• Calculating the value of plans to be reported on the W-2
• Overview of the new 4-page benefit summary plans are required to provide beginning in 2012
• How coverage for less common dependents (e.g. step-children, grandchildren, etc.) is affected by the ACA
• Waiver of lifetime and annual maximum requirements for mini-med plans and health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs)
• The impact of recent court cases on health reform requirements for employer sponsored health plans
• The delay in the application of 105(h) rules to fully-insured health plans
• Other late breaking health reform compliance issues

Presenter: Bob Radecki, President, Benefit Comply, LLC
Bob Radecki has more than 25 years experience in the HR and employee benefits industry helping employers deal with difficult benefit and compliance matters. Previously, Bob founded and served as President of A.E. Roberts Company, a nationally recognized compliance consulting and training firm. He has served as the principal HIPAA consultant to a number of health insurance companies, and is recognized as a leading expert on a variety of benefit compliance issues including COBRA, FMLA, Health Reform and more. Bob has been the featured speaker at numerous industry events and conferences, and has published a number of articles concerning various compliance issues.

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