Want to know what is happening in Washington, D.C. as it relates to the now four-year-old Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)? While parts of the law have been implemented, major additional requirements are scheduled to take effect over the next several years. Significant regulations on the employer-shared responsibility and reporting requirements were issued earlier this year. Meanwhile, a number of bills have been introduced in Congress to modify, or even repeal, this law.
As CEO of the National Association of Health Underwriters, Janet Trautwein has a unique perspective on what is happening with proposed legislation and both new and pending rules. Join us for this 90-minute webinar as Janet discusses what is happening in Washington, D.C., the possibilities of changes, some of the reasons behind the recent regulations, and what employers can expect over the coming months.
The presentation slides will be posted the day before the webinar.
The National Association of Health Underwriters represents more than 100,000 licensed health insurance agents, brokers, general agents, consultants and benefit professionals through more than 200 chapters across America.
Executive Vice President and CEO
National Association of Health Underwriters
Janet Trautwein is Executive Vice President and CEO of the National Association of Health Underwriters in Arlington, Virginia. Her responsibilities include oversight of all NAHU activities and primary representation of the association to the media, government agencies and elected officials at all levels, the insurance industry, and the public. Prior to becoming the CEO of NAHU, Janet served for many years as the head of NAHU's government affairs department, working with members of Congress on Capitol Hill and agencies of the Executive branch, supervising NAHU government affairs staff, monitoring and analyzing legislation, writing and revising legislation and developing policy recommendations for NAHU. She has a particular interest and expertise in issues related to the uninsured, long-term care, high-risk pools and health insurance markets around the United States.