A number of small-group employers are already planning to send their employees to the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges.
Breaking News: The U.S. Department of Health Human Services (HHS) is pushing the launch of the federal small-group public exchange Web enrollment system back to November.
FAQs on health insurance exchanges and the marketplaces that will be coming to your state. Federal or state-run, no matter what your state is doing, make sure you know your options.
Here is a summary of the PPACA provisions that apply to group health plans and whether the provision applies to insured small group plans provided inside and outside the SHOP exchange.
Very small employers with a high percentage of employees who earn low wages are eligible for a tax credit for employer contributions made to purchase health insurance. Read full article…
Thinking about participating in the SHOP? Plans in the SHOP exchange will be required to provide the 10 essential health benefits. Read full article…
Business.USA.gov/healthcare offers a “wizard,” or interactive tool, that offers to help business owners understand what they need to know about the new PPACA insurance options in a few quick steps.
The final regulations delay by one year the implementation of the “employee choice” model under SHOPs and provide for special enrollment periods.
The PPACA requirement that all insurers offer four levels of health coverage to small businesses will be delayed until 2015 and will only need to provide one choice for now.
Easy to follow explanation of the new health exchanges for individuals and employers.