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A plan to keep affordable health care coverage during a government shutdown is needed. Here is what it could look like.
The ACA’s sweeping changes have many benefits, but adequate insurance limits for expanded accountable care organizations is a concern.
Employers with workers overseas have new regulations to consider in 2015.
Large employers need to address ACA compliance issues for their globally mobile employees.
The ACA has not yet impacted WC claims, but experts expect provider shortages to become a problem.
While beneficial to WC costs, there is confusion over whether wellness programs can carry penalties for non-participation.
Captives offer employers better control over their health care benefit plans.
Clients look to brokers for interpretations of the Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act has resulted in higher plan costs and more employers shifting costs to workers.
Employers are seeking more consultations and advice in response to confusion over health care reform.
Consultants and P&C brokers seek market share and revenue gains via private exchanges.
ICD-10 delays increase training costs and frustrations, but implementation will pay off.
The ACA, TRIA and compliance issues top the list for brokers and agents.
The property-casualty industry is likely to become the target of significant cost-shifting by health care providers.
Workers’ comp practitioners aren’t required to convert to ICD-10 codes, but that could lead to chaos.
As exchanges remain glitch-filled, some brokers are being asked to help individuals sign up for benefits.
Facing uncertainty, health care needs more conversations about captives.
Health care reforms will change medical professional liability risks.
In the event of a provider shortage, payers may be compelled to shell out extra fees to get injured workers the treatment they need.
An influx of new insureds is not the only risk that could delay the treatment of injured workers.