Erin McGinty of TriNet, an HR services provider, breaks down survey results of their employer clients on health plan contributions and identifies geographical locations and industries where demand may necessitate employers do more.
Judi Carsrud is NAIFAs director of federal relations and she joins EBA to discuss the major issues their members have with current tax reform discussions in Congress and their advocacy efforts for NARAB, the bill that could streamline broker licensing.
Julie Stich, director of research for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, outlines important legislation and guidance affecting employers in 2014 and discusses employer concerns that benefit advisers can help address.
Despite open enrollment ending March 31, Cynthia Cox, senior policy analyst at the Kaiser Family Foundation, says that the success of the Affordable Care Act will depend on a number of factors and is what really matters in the long-term. She also shares where we go from here.
John Prible, vice president of federal government affairs for the Big I, talks to EBA about industry concerns over the rocky ACA implementation, the associations efforts to reform the agent licensing process and other top 2014 priorities.
In the wake of new requirements under the Affordable Care Act, brokers historically slow to adopt technology who dont embrace the electronic age, specifically during the enrollment process, will have a difficult time maintaining their current business, says George K. Reese, CEO and co-founder of Employee Navigator.
Mike Aitken, vice president of Government Affairs for the Society of Human Resource Management, talks about top legislative issues and changes affecting HR professionals and employers in 2014 and how employee benefit advisers can play a big role in guiding employers through these transitions.
Regular Capitol Conference attendee broker Dave Petno of Accelerated Benefits shares highlights from NAHUs 24th annual event, such as one congressmans first-hand account of ACA enrollment frustration, and explains the conflicted feeling he has upon returning home.
A new study finds a surprisingly high number of chronic diseases are first diagnosed by an eye doctor. Listen in as VSPs Jim McGrann shares the latest statistics on why vision coverage means much more than eye care.