Health-Care Implementation: A Compliance Update - January 31, 2013

Group Internet-based course
Prerequisites: None
Course level: Basic
CPE credits: 2

Time: 2:00 – 4:00 pm (Eastern)


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Who Will Benefit
Finance directors, health-care plan administrators, human resources professionals – anyone with any level of responsibility for implementing the upcoming health-care reform regulations.

State and local government plan sponsors are grappling with changes to their health-care plans in order to implement the many new coverage requirements found in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – and your jurisdiction will continue to face implementation challenges as additional sections of the law become effective.

In this training session, experts and practitioners will present information, case studies, and strategies you can use to be sure your jurisdiction is implementing the specific requirements of the new law and planning far enough ahead. Presenters will also provide best practices for reexamining your current health-care strategies, giving you information to help your organization determine how each component of health-care reform would affect your plan, allowing you to assess where you are, determine the gaps, and make plan design changes accordingly.


Seminar Objectives

  • Establish the legal requirements of the health-care reform legislation, at the time of the training sessions.
  • Provide attendees with information (legal opinions, case studies, and best practices) that will enable them to ensure their jurisdictions are implementing all the legal requirements of the health-care reform act. 
  • Providing attendees with strategies that will allow them to make implementation decisions that will most benefit their jurisdictions.

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Registration Fees
GFOA member:  $85     Nonmember:  $160


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