Cut through the hype and walk away with a firm understanding of the key provisions of ACA that you still need to focus on as we head into 2015, such as Pay or Play and state healthcare exchanges.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
From 10:00 AM until 11:30 AM
Online registration is closed.
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Qualifies for 1.5 General Recertification Credits
Registration: NCHRA Members $0 / General $49
Take a look at the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on
employee benefits since its passage. Briefly review the history of ACA, a
timeline of ongoing mandates and changes, administrative requirements
and deadlines, as well as recent regulations and delays that affect both
small and large group employers.
Cut through the hype and walk
away with a firm understanding of the key provisions of ACA that you
still need to focus on as we head into 2015, such as Pay or Play and
state healthcare exchanges.
About the Presenters
Amy Byrne graduated from Santa Clara University with a B.A. in
English in 1994 and is a Certified Employee Benefit Specialist Fellow.
Amy has served her employee benefit clients in many roles over the years
at The Vita Companies. She has 20 years of hands-on employee benefits
experience, and assists clients in every facet of implementing an
effective employee benefits plan -- from marketing and financial
analysis to ongoing communication, daily administration and
troubleshooting. Amy has served on the board of directors of the
Peninsula Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, most recently
as President of that organization. Amy lives in Los Altos with her
husband and three children.
E.J. Nham joined The Vita
Companies benefits team in June 2011. With a B.S. in physiology from the
University of California, Davis, and five years of work experience in
marketing and account management, she brings a unique perspective to the
team and enjoys the daily interaction with clients. She is focused on
creating a positive experience through education, providing excellent
service to employers and employees alike in a wide range of benefits
topics. E.J. believes in becoming an extension of the human resources
team in a partnership to build and administer a comprehensive benefits
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