With all the massive health care changes under the Affordable Care Act, NSBA wants to know how your small firm is dealing with the various mandates and requirements.
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Though replete with delays, exceptions, confusing decisions, and perverse incentives, the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) continues to move forward.
The opening week of the health care exchanges saw widespread technical issues for individuals looking to sign up, meanwhile the small business exchanges (SHOPs) have been delayed until November.
With numerous health care law deadlines around the corner, including the activation of health insurance exchanges and employee notices regarding the exchanges starting Oct. 1, efforts are still underway to defund the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Last week, the Government Accountability Office released a new report highlighting delays to the Small Business Health Options Programs—part of the Affordable Care Act—which are scheduled to begin enrollment this October.
Five major health care regulations implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) were released during the holiday season...
The deadline for states to declare to the Department of Health and Human Services whether or not they plan to establish their own health insurance exchange was last week with 26 states opting out of establishing their own exchange, thereby leaving it up to federal government to do so.
The Department of Health and Human Services on Tuesday released three proposed regulations implementing various aspects of the law, meanwhile, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius extended the deadline for states to determine how they will implement the exchange requirement.