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Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act: Impact on Stakeholders/ Implications for Employers 
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August 23, 2012   3:00pm - 4:15pm
 
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The U.S. Supreme Court has recently ruled to uphold the Affordable Care Act and it's “game on” for the health industry. This decision, which affirmed the constitutionality of the law, will impact most employers (large and small) and both private and public companies in the United States. Everyone is talking about what's next for employers, with short term compliance being job number one.

But the ramifications of the Supreme Court's decision are much bigger than that. Employers will want to understand the broader implications on the healthcare system and reposition their healthcare strategies to consider and leverage these changes to meet their unique business objectives.

Join us for this 90-minute interactive session with Anne Waidmann, Director of Human Resource Services at PwC, to learn the immediate and long-term implications of what this ruling means to your strategy, your business and your bottom line, with a focus on compliance as well as the bigger picture. No doubt you've had health reform strategies in play since 2010; let's talk about how this final decision changes the game and how you need to change your strategy to win.

After This Session, You Will Be Able To:
  • Explain the specific ramifications of the Affordable Care Act ruling to multiple stakeholders and how that impacts you, as an employer;
  • Assess your current healthcare strategies and how the Affordable Care Act ruling might affect your course of action;
  • Evaluate long-term options for your employees’ healthcare considering both the Affordable Care Act and the current market dynamics


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