The Nightmare of Benefit Plans: Eligibility Management

Join The EA and Brown & Brown Insurance as we explore the following:

  • Understanding financial, regulatory and contractual liabilities associated with eligibility provisions
  • Understanding the strategies associated with eligibility rules
  • Crafting eligibility provisions that meet your corporate objectives
  • Monitoring and managing the complexities of your plan
  • Understanding the current and coming reporting requirements
  • Understanding Common Mistakes such as…
    • Spousal access rules – that actually cost you money
    • Workers Compensation leave – that violates your health plan’s contractual terms
    • Family or medical leave plans – that are not contractually compliant
    • Full-time to part time health plan change – that violates both ACA & Sec. 125 rules
    • Employees located in other states – your company policies are not complaint with that states employment or benefit mandates

Who should attend? While any employer will gain valuable insight from this morning’s session, the content & strategies presented will focus primarily on employers that have 50 or more full-time employees.

Presenter: Our presenter for this session will be Ben Goff, Executive Vice President with Brown & Brown Insurance. An industry veteran for over 30 years, Ben is recognized as an industry expert in both financing and compliance strategies associated with health & welfare plans. Ben has served as State Legislative Chair for the Ohio Association of Health Underwriters, on Governor Kasich’s advisory panel for Value-Based Reform, as a regional educator on ACA, and in a consulting capacity to various media outlets, health plans and health care systems. Most recently Ben has served as one of six regional leaders making up Brown & Brown Insurance’s (6th largest broker in the US) National Employee Benefits Leadership team.

Upon completion of this course, you will receive…

  • A complete summary of all employment related rules, regulations and mandates for the states your employees reside in
  • A best practices guide to auditing and managing your own specific eligibility provisions
  • A better understanding of how to craft, monitor and manage your own plans

AND 3 SHRM Recertification Credits

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