"Healthcare - Managing the Cost and Shared Responsibility Components of the Affordable Care Act"
presented by: Anthony Hart, Attorney - Faupel Law, P.C. and Andrew Dutka, CEBS - Consultant at AmeriSource LLC
Managing the challenges brought on by Healthcare Reform reaches beyond traditional employee benefit decisions. The Affordable Care Act forces businesses to make major changes to their labor management functions related to managing healthcare costs, risk, and employer-employee shared responsibility for cost and utilization. This presentation will identify the business challenges and detail key points to consider in developing a strategy to deal with healthcare plan design, costs, utilization and administration.
Upon completion of the webinar, HR professionals will have a better understanding of following fundamentals of healthcare costs, risk, and employer-employee shared responsibility for both cost and utilization:
- Who pays for whom and why under:
- Government run health plans
- Individual insurance plans
- Group insurance plans
- Self-funded plans
- Spending concentration inside group benefit plans
- Personal engagement and responsibility
- The Options - Insured vs. Self-Insured
- Self-Insured Plans:
- The advantages and disadvantages
- The structure for managing the plan (who does what)
- Employer’s role
- HR’s role
- Third party administrator’s role
- Employee’s role
- Stop loss insurance
- Document Requirements
HRCI - Submitted for 1.0 General Credit
SHRM - Pre-approved for 1.0 Credit.
Complimentary for Detroit SHRM Members
$25 for Non-Members of Detroit SHRM
Cancellations must be received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 7th. Refunds cannot be issued for cancellations received after this date; however, substitutions for another person to attend in your place are gladly accepted.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Anthony S. Hart III is of counsel to the law firm of Faupel Law, P.C., located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has represented private sector, tax-exempt and governmental employers in a variety of employee benefits maters. He has counseled clients regarding the design and implementation of employee benefit plans and tax, labor and PBGC compliance matters relating to such plans, (including audits or other governmental involvement by the IRS, DOL and PBGC). He has extensive experience in tax controversies relating to retirement plan errors, having counseled numerous clients on correcting document and operational problems that threaten the qualification of a plan. He is also named by vote and independent research as a "Michigan Super Lawyer".
Andrew Dutka CEBS began his career in 1989 designing employee welfare and pension plans for Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America. Today, Andrew is a senior Partner and consultant for AmeriSource LLC, a highly specialized Human Resource Management consulting firm. In 2007 Andrew founded and developed “Managing Life’s Risks™”, an employee training program that teaches accountability and responsibility inside the workforce.
Andrew is known in the employee benefits community for his work in designing successful human resource management programs for small to medium sized organizations, (those companies employing less than 1,000 people). AmeriSource continues to develop innovative employee benefit plans and processes for small and medium sized businesses. Today he is responsible for the benefit plan designs covering over 6,000 employees in 3 states and office locations in Northville, Michigan and Orlando, Florida.