Employer's Guide to Health Care Reform, 2010 Edition Employer's Guide to Health Care Reform, 2010 Edition
by Brian M. Pinheiro, Jean C. Hemphill, Cliford J. Schoner, Jonathan M. Calpas

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The new health care reform law imposes a whole new regime of requirements as well as new opportunities for employers.

Aspen Publishers' BRAND-NEW Employer's Guide to Health Care Reform clarifies the changes, identifies opportunities for cost savings, and provides practical, hands-on guidance to help employers set health plan strategy - including how to postpone the need to make plan changes and/or focus only on certain parts.

Employer's Guide to Health Care Reform helps you:

  • Grasp every implication of Health Care Reform from the employer's perspective
  • Meet all deadlines
  • Achieve significant cost-savings
  • Fully understand even the most complex new rules

Employer's Guide to Health Care Reform will immediately help you handle these hot-button issues:

  • When do we have to add adult children to our plan?
  • How do we obtain reimbursement from the federal government for providing early retiree health coverage?
  • Should a plan be grandfathered in? If yes, how do we do it? If no, what do we do instead?
  • What are the new reporting requirements and dates when they apply?
  • What changes are mandatory in our next open enrollment? And what can we do to delay making costly plan changes?
  • How can we take advantage of the small-employer tax credits available beginning in 2010?
  • What are the effects of the law on large and small employers; part-time and full-time employees; union and non-union employees?
  • And much more!

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