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New, More User-Friendly Health Reform Website from American Benefits Council

From the National Business Coalition on Health:

The American Benefits Council, an important strategic partner of NBCH, has announced its new, more user-friendly website.

The Health Care Reform issue page is now divided into its component pages, covering the wide variety of health reform issues addressed by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). These individual topics are:

§ Employer Shared Responsibility
§ Market Reforms & Adult Child/Age-26 Coverage
§ Preventive Care & Value-Based Design
§ Quality Improvement & Delivery Reform
§ Essential Benefits § Tax & Revenue Issues
§ Grandfathered Plans
§ Claims and Appeals
§ Summary of Benefits & Coverage
§ Information Reporting/W2
§ Health Insurance Exchanges § State Innovation (including waiver guidance and activity)
§ Medical Loss Ratio & Mini-Med Plans
§ Automatic Enrollment § Wellness Programs
§ Accountable Care Organizations
§ Non-Discrimination (under Internal Revenue Code Section 105(h))

These pages are listed with the Legislative items at the top with the Regulatory items below and the Judicial items at the bottom. You can always use the links at the top of the page to instantly jump to a specific section. Members are encouraged to visit ABC's website and explore these helpful resources.

Posted by Cristie Travis at 7:01 AM

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