Course ID: SILVER

Scary Thoughts and Silver Linings; What is Known and What is Probable for 2017 and Beyond

It is now clear that the Patient Protection and Affordable Act (PPACA) will impact all areas of organizations, from finance to operations. This session is an executive-level review of what is known, and project the timeline of the PPACA beyond. Handouts will include a current set of regulations and analysis of PPACA implementation issues.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Gain a broad understanding of the legal issues, tax impact, and implementation timeline of the PPACA, with an awareness of the impact of new rules and regulations on organizational strategy.
  • Learning and awareness of progressive cost containment strategies that are intended to bend the cost curve, based on specific examples and case studies.
  • Gain an understanding of the process of developing and implementing a benefits strategic plan aligned with organizational needs and values.

MAJOR TOPICS
  • Summarize the current status of the PPACA, and the projected impact on organizations of all sizes and types.
  • Review the tax and legal compliance issues that are emerging
  • Define the timeline of major implementation milestones
  • Review progressive cost containment strategies, including technology-based transparency tools and advanced wellness plans.
  • Share “next practices” on creating a comprehensive benefits strategic plan to control costs and align benefits with organizational strategy.
  • All of this will be done with a focus on helping your organization engage and evolve within healthcare reform.

DESIGNED FOR
CPAs and Leaders in the organization that need an update on PPACA Implementation Issues.

FIELD OF STUDY
Personnel/HR

PREREQUISITES
None

COURSE PRODUCER
Business Learning Institute

CPE CREDITS
4.0

LEVEL
Overview

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