The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: What HR Needs to Know NOW (and Very Soon) - Livingston

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Time:10am-12noon
Location:EANJ Training Room - Livingston, NJ
Sponsored by:EANJ & Broad Reach Benefits

Important provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Act) go into effect on September 23, 2010, including a phased-in tax credit for small employers, the elimination of lifetime maximums for essential medical services, coverage for dependent children up to the age of 26 and the elimination of pre-existing exclusions for dependent children under age 19.

This 2-hour seminar will enable HR personnel to administer the Act NOW and plan for the big changes ahead.  John Sarno, Esq., EANJ’s president will present the seminar, and will cover, among other things:

•    Grandfathered versus Non-Grandfathered Plans
•    Qualified Coverage Requirements
•    Dependent Care Coverage
•    W-2 Reporting
•    Automatic Enrollment
•    Preventive Care Requirements
•    Free Choice Vouchers
•    Employer Responsibilities and Penalties
•    HIPAA Wellness and Tax Credits
•    Employee Protections, Non-Discrimination and Accommodations

Read John Sarno interview explaining what health care reform means for employers

Five sessions, five convenient locations:

September 16th - Miele, Princeton
September 30th - Cerebral Palsy of Middlesex County, Edison
October 5th - Preferred Behavorial, Lakewood
October 13th - EANJ Training Room, Livingston
October 14th - Saddle Brook Marriott, Saddle Brook

Location:

EANJ Training Room
30 West Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Livingston, NJ
 

Time:

10am-12noon

Registration Information:

$95 EANJ members
$75 (for two or more EANJ members from the same company)
$195 non EANJ members

Substitutions are permitted, however in order to meet program commitments, cancellations made less than two (2) full working days before the program date or "no-shows", must be charged the full registration fee.

“I think that any living and breathing HR person cannot afford to be passive about understanding health care reform.  The issues are both personal and professional and will be part of the profession forever more.”  John Sarno President, EANJ

Event Sponsors:

Employee Benefits – Insurance - www.broadreachbenefits.com

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