Attorneys Help Companies Gear Up for Healthcare Reform

October 5, 2012Quotes & Mentions
Columbus Business First
As companies gear up to implement provisions of the Affordable Care Act next year, with the biggest changes coming in 2014, attorneys who work in the field are in demand.

As it stands, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would penalize companies that don’t offer “minimum essential coverage.” The ACA says employers can be fined $2,000 or $3,000 per employee for each worker beyond a count of 30 if they do not offer coverage or the plan offered is not deemed affordable.

Because of this mandate, Tom Hess, Chair of Dinsmore’s Healthcare Practice Group, explains that attorneys are being called on to help businesses deal with reform’s mandate to offer all employees insurance. Read the full story below to learn what your organization should do if you’re bombarded with proposals from insurance and benefits companies and more.

What Does the ACA Mean for Employers?
To help provide clarity, Dinsmore’s healthcare team is hosting webinars and workshops to keep clients abreast of where the healthcare law is headed. Click HERE to download the firm’s most recent webinar focused on decoding the ACA for employers.