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An annual timeline for the Affordable Care Act.

An annual timeline for the Affordable Care Act.

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  • 1.  Dependent Coverage up to Age 26  Preventive Services - No Cost Sharing  Independent Claims & Appeals, External Review Process  Choice Regarding PCP  Access to OB/GYN Services  Access to ER services  Ban on:  Pre-Existing Conditions for Enrollees < 19  Rescissions  Annual & Lifetime Limit Phase Out Begins  Small Business Tax Credit  Temporary High Risk Pool 2010  Form W-2 Reporting (250 or more Employees)  Summary of Benefits and Coverage  60 Day Notice of Material Modification  Patient-Centered Outcome Research Fee  Women's Preventive Services 2011  Medical Loss Ratio Requirements  Fee on Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Importers  Insurer Annual Rate Review Process Begins Applies to All Plans or is Non-Plan Related Applies to Non Grandfathered Plans Only 2012 2013  Individual Mandate  Health Insurance Marketplaces Begin Coverage  Marketplace Subsidy/Cost Sharing Begins  90 Day Maximum Waiting Period  No Annual Limits  No Pre-Existing Conditions  Insurer Taxes  Wellness Outcomes Base Reward Limit Increases  Coverage for Individuals Participating in Approved Clinical Trials  Annual Enrollment Count Reporting by Insurers & Self Funded Plan Sponsors /TPAs  Transitional Reinsurance Fund  Dependent Coverage to Age 26 for GF Plans 2014 2015  FSA Cap ($2,500)  Employer Shared  Notice of Marketplace Options to Responsibilty Reporting Employees Oct. 1 and Excise Tax  Medical Device Excise Tax  Annual Insurance Industry  Increase in Employee Medicare Fee for Insuring US Risks Withholding Tax for High Earners through 2018  Elimination of Tax Deduction for Medicare Part D Employer Subsidy  Automatic Enrollment in Health Plan (Postponed)  Ban on Salary-Based Discrimination Rules For Fully-Insured Plans (Postponed) 2018  Cadillac Tax