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It’s inevitable – the ACA in its current form will most likely not survive 2017. Republicans are to repeal the law and the House and Senate have already passed several procedural changes to allow for a repeal to take place. We do know something will happen – we’re just not sure what it will be.
Budget Reconciliation and ACA Repeal – How can it be accomplished?
Ever heard of an Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSE HRA)? This new form of HRA is designed to specifically allow small groups, those that do not have 50 FTE, to pay for individual health insurance premiums for their employees. The new rules surrounding the Employer Health Reimbursement are complicated and they are set to go into effect January 1, 2017.
Who can have a QSE/HRA? Only an employer who does not meet the definition of an applicable large employer under the ACA, and who does not offer coverage to its employees.
Things are heating up in Trump Tower, and everybody is watching.
As President-elect Trump starts selecting his cabinet, there are some interesting picks to the “dream team” for President-elect Donald Trump. He named a vociferous Obamacare critic and an Indiana policy consultant to help him overhaul the U.S. healthcare system.
Republican Rep. Tom Price, an orthopedic surgeon from Georgia, will be Trump's Health and Human Services secretary, and consultant Seema Verma will lead the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a powerful agency that oversees government health programs and insurance standards.