The Bailey Group – Specialists in Health Care Reform
We set a goal at the beginning of 2013 to become health care reform visionaries so that we could help our clients properly navigate the changes related to this complex legislation.
Have you started preparing for health care reform? If not, the time is now.
How can we help?
How do you stay up to date on changes in legislation? What sources do you rely on for accurate and timely information?
We can provide you with timely updates on health care reform and explain how changes affect your business, in layman’s terms. Our comprehensive, well-researched documents are written by a team of lawyers to help you stay in compliance.
Do you offer affordable health coverage to your full-time employees? Do you know how many full-time equivalent employees you have? Has your broker helped you evaluate your best options?
Using our comprehensive Pay or Play Calculator, we can help you calculate potential penalties of not offering coverage, and help you determine the best strategic option for your business. We also provide up-to-date, easy-to-understand documents that contain IRS guidance on the employer shared responsibility penalty, including information on employee classification.
Under PPACA, most health plans are not permitted to impose pre-existing condition exclusions. Does the health plan you offer violate this condition?
We can guide you through selecting a health plan to ensure that your plan is in compliance with current, applicable regulations. We can provide you with information that details what your plan must cover, and the rules for rescinding coverage.
Are you aware of the deadlines for HIPAA certification? Are you in compliance with HIPAA’s electronic transaction standards and operating rules?
Our suite of information on HIPAA includes explanations of certification requirements and details on applicable deadlines.
Do you know what protections your employees now have under the Patient's Bill of Rights? Do you know if this bill applies to your plan?
We can provide you with information on the bill’s three new requirements, how to ensure that you are complying with them and what exceptions exist.