Sponsors Shouldn’t Wait to Find Answers To Challenges of Unwinding the Affordable Care Act

11.29.16

Agreat deal has already been written about how easy or difficult it would be to eliminate the Affordable Care Act, but what would the elimination of President Barack Obama’s hallmark health legislation mean for employee benefit plan sponsors?

Plan sponsors shouldn’t wait to find answers, Kim Buckey, vice president for client services at DirectPath LLC, at the company’s Detroit office, told Bloomberg BNA. DirectPath provides strategic employee engagement, compliance management and benefits plan management services for Fortune 1000 employers and brokers. READ MORE

 

Reproduced with permission from BNA Pension & Benefits Reporter, 43 BPR 1507 (Nov. 29, 2016).
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