Healthcare Reform Consulting
Confused about health care reform and how the changing regulations will impact your family or business?
You're not alone and Johnson Insurance can help
The Affordable Care Act is full of new benefits, rules, and penalties, spread out over several years affecting businesses, individuals and families. Johnson Insurance benefits consultants are Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) certified and have in‐depth knowledge to help you strategically plan for all of the complexities that are associated with health care reform.
Through the Johnson Advantage™ process, our benefits consultants will help you gain clarity and confidence around health care reform and its direct impact to your business.
|Will you continue to offer health coverage to employees?
||We can help you evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of continuing to offer or eliminate coverage. If appropriate, we will walk you through a “Play or Pay” analysis.
|How do you keep employees aware of changes?
||Our employee communications materials will help employees understand how reform affects them and their families.
|Are you in compliance with health care reform regulations?
||We can help you stay on top of health care reform to avoid penalties—from legislative briefs to compliance checklists.
|Do you have unanswered questions about health care reform?
||Gain access to a client portal where you will find answers to commonly asked health care reform questions. You will also find the forms you need to meet your everyday compliance needs.
Our Employer Consulting Services
For insights into the pros and cons of temporary workers and joint employment, view a recording of our recent webinar held on March 12, or click here to find a Johnson Financial Group advisor near you.
In this webinar we address:
Human Resource perspectives
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Shared values and open dialogue are key
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