The Health and Welfare Team at Kilpatrick Stockton invites you to join us for a discussion regarding health care reform and its impact on employer-sponsored health plans in 2011.

We closed the first quarter of 2010 with the passage of the most sweeping and comprehensive piece of legislation impacting employer-sponsored health plans since the enactment of ERISA. While the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (as amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act) will take several years to fully implement, there are many provisions that are effective for health plans as early as October 1, 2010. One of the greatest challenges facing employers today is how to implement these provisions in the wake of many unanswered questions and the absence of guidance from federal agencies regarding a multitude of issues.

The Health and Welfare Team at Kilpatrick Stockton will provide a basic framework within which to understand this new legislation and will outline a compliance plan to guide employers through these unchartered waters, with a particular focus on key decisions and plan changes that need to be made for 2011. We will also discuss several other key developments in the health and welfare plan area that must be considered as part of planning for 2011, including: 

  • The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act regulations and practical implications for employers 
  • Release of the model DOL CHIPRA premium assistance notice and an update on the CHIPRA working group for the model state notice 
  • Update regarding the COBRA subsidy extension 
  • Impact of the Genetic Information and Nondiscrimination Act regulations on wellness initiatives

Register to attend by clicking the Register button above.

Dial-in information and materials will be sent, via e-mail, one day prior to the program.

Participants will be given an opportunity to ask questions during the teleconference. Alternatively, questions may be submitted in advance to Kilpatrick Stockton partner, Martha Sewell,

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