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2014 and Beyond – What’s Next in Employer Sponsored Healthcare Plans ...
2014 and Beyond – What’s Next in Employer Sponsored Healthcare Plans
Next year will be a significant year for employer sponsored health care. With the onset of numerous benefit and eligibility mandates as well as the introduction of public medical exchanges, employers are taking a closer look of the healthcare benefits they traditionally offer employees in the US. Join us to learn about the changes in the health insurance market. We will discuss how these changes impact employer strategies and how employers will interact with the public exchanges. Beyond the employer impact we will address how the changing market will impact employees who are subject to the individual mandate beginning in 2014.
By the end of this webcast participants will be able to:
• Identify key changes HR and Benefits functions to know and do as a result of these changes
• Identify key changes required for 2014
• Discuss emerging healthcare cost trends
• Understand how employers will interact with the public exchanges
• Review emerging employer strategies including the interworkings of private exchanges
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Jennifer Calhoun Mohl is a Partner and senior consultant in Mercer’s Philadelphia health and benefits practice. She assists clients with various consulting assignments, including the design, administration, financing, and regulatory compliance of health and welfare benefit plans for both active and retiree populations. In addition, Jennifer serves as a relationship manager on client assignments that involve multiple Mercer offices and multiple lines of business.
In addition, Jennifer has assisted with the implementation and operations of benefit programs, including communications, outsourcing and call center support. Recently, she has served as the lead health and benefit strategist on client assignments involving multiple lines of business – with a particular focus on mergers and acquisitions.
Jennifer serves as one of Mercer’s National Health and Benefits spokeswomen. She has been quoted in various periodicals including, Managed Care Report, O&P Business News, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Business Journal, Money Magazine and has been featured on Money Matters Today on CN8.
Prior to joining Mercer in 1999, Jennifer began her consulting career with Towers Perrin in 1994. She was also a legislative intern in Washington for the New York State legislature with a particular focus on employment issues including the 1993 National Healthcare Initiative spearheaded by (at time first-lady), Hillary Clinton. Jennifer received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations at the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University.
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