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Regulations on 'Grandfathering' under the Affordable Care Act
Excerpt: "Regardless of whether a plan is grandfathered, it must comply with a number of the Affordable Care Act's requirements, starting with the first plan year beginning on or after September 23, 2010, as noted in the first column of the table [in the target document]."
(The Segal Group, Inc.)
Regulations Limit Ability to Rely on Grandfathered Status Under Health Reform
Excerpt: "Comment: Is it worth trying to preserve grandfathered status? It depends upon the employer and the plan. For example, if an employer has allowed its executives to pay less for premiums under a fully insured plan than the premiums charged other employees, and wants to try to continue to offer that perk, the employer will want to comply with the requirements imposed on grandfathered plans."
(Sherman & Howard L.L.C.)
World Congress is proud to present the World Congress 5th Annual Executive Forum on Pharmacy Benefit Management Strategies, July 12-13, 2010 in Philadelphia, PA. This year's forum identifies pertinent issues facing employers and plans, including developing Medication Therapy Management, overcoming barriers to diverse population drug challenges, Medicare Part D, changes to pharmacy in light of health reform and measuring the impact and effectiveness of existing pharmacy management programs.
Executive Compensation; Benefits in General
Temporary Federal Employment Raises Concern Among Lawmakers and Unions
Excerpt: "In a hearing before the House Oversight and Government Reform Federal Workforce Subcommittee, witnesses told lawmakers that temporary employees are important to agencies' missions, but they also are difficult to retain because they don't receive the same benefits as permanent workers."
Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies Issues by Agencies
Excerpt: "The good news is that the Agency Guidance is principles-based, which means that it does not prohibit or, generally, require, specific acts or payments. Instead, the Agency Guidance sets-forth certain executive compensation and governance principles, which financial institutions should quickly adopt."
(Michael Melbinger via Winston & Strawn LLP)
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