Health Care Reform in 2013 and Beyond. Nicole Simpson, CPA Partner Regier Carr & Monroe, LLP (520) 624-8229 email@example.com. Jay Heydt and Chris Gordon Crest Insurance (520) 784-7655 firstname.lastname@example.org. Agenda. 2010 Small Employer Health Insurance Credit 2012
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Nicole Simpson, CPA
Regier Carr & Monroe, LLP
Jay Heydt and Chris Gordon
2010-2013: Eligible Small Employers that purchase health insurance for their employees.
2014-2015: Eligible Small Employers that purchase health insurance for their employees through the insurance exchange.
Components of Reform to Consider
Requirements of a small employer
Requirements of a large employer
The Exchanges – What do they mean?
Do we Pay or Play?
Rate Review (2010)
Small business Tax Credits (2010)
“Patient Bill of Rights” (2010)
Network access – PCP Choice
Independent appeals process
No pre-ex for kids <19
Coverage for dependents up to age 26
100% coverage for wellness/prevention
No Annual and lifetime limits
Medical Loss Ratios – MLR (2010)
Defines “maximum” insurance company profits
15% Large groups
20% small groups
Requires refunds to groups is profit is too high
National high risk pool (PCIP)
Established by HHS
Started July 2010. Ends 2014.
$5B set aside
Health FSA Accounts
Increases in Medicare Payroll Taxes
Increases in Medicare Contribution Tax
Mandatory Form W-2 Reporting (100+ ee’s)
Health Care Exchange Notices
Guaranteed Issue - Insurers must issue a policy to any applicant, regardless of health condition. No pre-existing condition limitations.
Community Rating – Everyone is charged essentially the same amount for insurance. Variations for geography, smoking and age (3:1), was 7:1.
All individuals must have coverage. If not through work or the government, then through the Individual market.
Assuming an employer offers minimal essential coverage to all FTE employees and dependents
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Is my plan as it is today in compliance?
What is the real net cost of my plan today?
What will it cost me if I cancel my plan and send my employees to the exchanges?
What penalties am I subject to based on my plan today?
How much will it cost me to make the changes necessary to get into compliance?
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