Health Care Reform is the nation’s hot topic, but also one of the most confusing. Organizations must decide whether to continue offering benefits or not. This session will help you better understand the impact of the “Affordable Care Act” on businesses and individuals, so you can make the most of everything you’ve got, including health care.
It’s time to move from confusion to clarity. If all you do is run the numbers, you may miss the impact on company culture and employee morale. If all you do is think philosophically about culture, you may miss out on potential savings or incur a crippling cost. When you consider both the math and philosophy, you have a chance to develop a strategic health care plan, enhancing your ability to make the most of everything you’ve got.
The experts from FirstPerson walk through the impact the Affordable Care Act on privately owned businesses. If you missed the seminar, here is a recording. Gain insight and clarity on the important change. We know that this seminar will help you decide which health plan options are best for your company and workforce.
About our Speakers:
Katy Stowers, Advisor & General Counsel
Catherine (Katy) leads FirstPerson Benefit Advisors compliance service area, overseeing and health and welfare plan compliance and documentation, HIPAA privacy and security, and Health Care Reform legislative impacts. Her expertise is in self-funded health plan administration and flexible benefit plan design and administration–including ERISA, COBRA, and Internal Revenue Code compliance. Katy’s legal expertise is a valuable resource for ensuring that plans and programs are developed in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
For more information, contact Katy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Ashley, Advisor
Paul serves as an Advisor for FirstPerson Benefit Advisors’s mid-size clients and is a key part in their new business development efforts. As the ambassador for the FirstPerson brand, Paul looks for ways to grow the business and enhance their involvement in the community. Through these efforts, he develops quality relationships with strategice partners and clients. Paul has earn GBA, CMS, and CEBS designations fro UNiversity of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School/International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plan (IFEBP) as part of the IFEBP’s certified employee benefit specialist program.
For more information, contact Paul at email@example.com