Should you appeal a health insurance exchange notice?

Should you appeal a health insurance exchange notice?

Posted by Jerry Karlin and Jamie Gross on September 07, 2016.

Many of our clients have reached out to us about notices they have received from public (federal or state) health insurance exchanges. The notices inform employers about employees who have qualified for subsidies to purchase coverage through the exchange, and give employers the chance to appeal this determination. To appeal, employers have to demonstrate they have offered “affordable” coverage that provides “minimum value” to the employee. The question we’re hearing from clients: Should I respond to the notice?

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Considering a private health care exchange?

Private Health Care Exchange

Posted by Jill Korsh, Grant Ruttinger and Patrick Travis on February 11, 2014

According to Deloitte’s 2013 Survey of U.S. Employers: Health care costs, benefits, and reform: What’s the next move for employers?, most employers are taking a “wait and see” approach to public health care exchanges under the Affordable Care Act. However, when asked about their likelihood of offering a private exchange to their employees, the majority of employers in all size ranges (from 50 employees to 2500+ employees) said they were at least somewhat likely to adopt a private exchange (see Figure 1). If your company is considering a private exchange, here are some things to think about.

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