Drastic changes in healthcare delivery resulting from the implementation of Obamacare is causing a dramatic shift to self-funding. This session will discuss the basic mechanics of how self-funding works, its position in the benefits marketplace and how ACA affects self-funding. Case studies will be used throughout to demonstrate applicability of certain concepts.
Self-funding is gaining new momentum as employers are actively searching for new alternatives to control their health benefits spend.
Interest in self-funding continues to mount because...
Insured premiums are expected to increase to accommodate provisions of ACA.
Employers desire a better strategic position to adjust benefits and control costs.
PPACA requires employers with 50 or more employees to pay or play.
This session will discuss the basic mechanics of how self-funding works, its position in the health benefits marketplace and how PPACA affects self-funding. Real life case studies will be used throughout to demonstrate applicability of certain concepts.
Attendees will learn:
- The legal requirements of self-funding
- The key players to set-up and administer a self-funded plan
- Design flexibilities not available in fully-insured plans
- The advantages and disadvantages of self-funding
Part I June 19th & Part II June 26th presented at 8:00-9:00 AM and again at 10:00-11:00 AM CDT.
Both parts will be recorded for "on-demand" playback.