May 02, 2018
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11:00 a.m.–12:15 p.m. ET
This webcast takes place via the Internet.
Starting at $119 (includes access to subsequent webcast recording). More information on all registration fees.
Who Should Participate
Actuaries who work in the Academic/Education, Consulting, Health care, Insurance or Regulator Industries whose primary area of practice is Health. Education & Research and Health Section members will also benefit.
A proposed rule was published on January 5, 2018 to make it easier to create Association Health Plans (AHPs), with the goal of providing less expensive, less comprehensive coverage options for small employers and individuals who enroll in them. The plans are likely attract a healthier, younger population
leaving an older, sicker population in the ACA-compliant individual and small-group markets; this would result in higher premiums and fewer plan choices. State-level regulation could mitigate adverse selection effects, but the proposed rule raises questions
about the full scope of state regulatory authority. This webinar will provide an overview of the federal and state regulatory framework for AHPs and attempts to quantify the effects of an expansion of the AHP market on enrollment and morbidity in the ACA-compliant individual markets.
How the live webcast works and what it includes
You do not need any special equipment. On May 1, 2018, before 2:00 p.m. ET you will be sent detailed webcast instructions via email including the Web address for accessing the live-streaming broadcast presentation. Any handouts that are available will also be sent.
Please review the
technical requirement sheet for the webcast platform with your IT department and make sure there aren’t firewall issues with audio streaming through your computers. You can test your computer using the following
link to ensure the audio streaming is working properly.
In addition, if you have Windows 7, we recommend using Firefox, Chrome or Edge - not Internet Explorer 11 – in order to avoid problems with streaming audio.