Audio/Web Conference: The Health Care Reform Decision: 2014 and Beyond
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This program is brought to you by the Society's Employee Benefits Section
This program covers the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act and what it means for members of the healthcare industry. Participants will learn about the various provisions of the law that will take effect in the next couple of years. Both compliance and practical implications that are associated with the various Affordable Care Act provisions will be explored. Emphasis will be on provisions that significantly impact both employers and consumers and how advisors can help their clients deal with the compliance and practical implications of healthcare reform, such as: tax consequences, rising costs, new compliance issues, issues with consumer-driven health plans, etc.
Attendees will Learn:
Arthur Tacchino is an assistant professor of health insurance at The American College. He is a recent graduate from Widener University School of Law where he received his JD. He received his BS in economics from Susquehanna University. At The American College, Arthur is responsible for several Huebner School courses as well as course development and design. Aside from The American College, Arthur has taught business law and ethics at Widener Undergraduate in Chester, PA.