Reconstructing Medical Practice: Engagement, Professionalism and Critical Relationships in Health Care
- Language: English
- 244 Pages
- Published: April 2012
- Region: Global
New mandates … new responsibilities … new tax issues – and new penalties.
The landmark health care reform bill signed by President Obama last year is packed with complicated consequences for all sectors of the nation’s health system. And perhaps no one faces more burdens (and potential penalties) than employers.
No longer is health care reform a topic you can ignore. The bill has become law, and you need to understand its impact and the steps your organization needs to take to comply.
Get up to speed on your new responsibilities by signing up for our special audio recording, Health Care Reform Compliance Workshop: Your Questions Answered. Learn (in plain English!) the specific steps employers of all sizes need to take to comply with these regulations before they are fully enforced.
Using a simple year-by-year timeline, experts Melissa Listug Klick and Patrick Casinelli break down your employer responsibilities in easy-to-understand steps. They explain the changes coming in each year between now and 2018 … and the decisions employers need to make to stay in compliance.
Some provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act don’t take effect until 2014. But many others are kicking in now, including changes to dependent eligibility. You MUST understand this short-term timetable and how your company must respond – plus the long-term timetable so you can plan ahead.
If you make any decisions on employee health care at your organization, this audio recording is a great primer on your new duties.
You’ll gain a better understanding of the new law and implications for how to offer … maintain … and manage your employees’ health benefits. You’ll walk away with specific recommendations on ways to address these reforms and prepare for the coming changes. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Patrick Casinelli is the vice president of Cavignac & Associates insurance brokers in San Diego and serves as the director of the company’s Benefits Department. He previously was an employee benefits manager for Lincoln National Life and New York Life, and a regional sales manager for Humana, Inc. and CIGNA. He’s also served as vice president and COO for Casinelli Financial, Inc., a family-owned insurance services firm.
Melissa Listug Klick is an attorney with the Paul Plevin firm in San Diego. She represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment litigation, including lawsuits relating to wage and hour, leave and benefit issues. She trains HR professionals and supervisors on employment law issues.