Since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) was signed into law in early 2010, employers have been challenged to determine how the Pay or Play and Cadillac Tax provisions will impact their healthcare programs in the long term.
Thomson Reuters researchers developed a data-driven model that projects the effect of PPACA regulations on employer health plan costs for 2014 2020 under a variety of scenarios, using data from the MarketScan® Research Databases. This model addresses:
- The direct benefit and tax cost of eliminating group health benefits
- The impact of the Cadillac Tax in 2018
- The compensatory cost for employees should employers eliminate group health benefits, requiring employees to purchase healthcare through an insurance exchange.
Join us for this timely and informative web seminar to hear Chris Justice, Senior Director of Analytic Consulting and Research Services at Thomson Reuters as he reviews the models assumptions, methods, data, and results.