Gretchen Harders, Member of the Firm, presents "Health Coverage Mandate: What's Your Agency's Penalty Risk," a webinar sponsored by Home Health Line and DecisionHealth.

The Supreme Court's recent decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) could cost your agency up to $3,000 per employee if your health insurance coverage is inadequate. Meet the government's minimum coverage requirements or risk taking a huge hit to your bottom line.

The mandate pertains to 50-FTE agencies, however, the total number of part-time employees also counts toward the threshold. Because part-timers are included, even small agencies are at risk for penalties.

Attorney and compensation expert Gretchen Harders will deliver strategies to help your agency:

  • Comply with the new health coverage mandate
  • Mitigate the risk of penalties
  • Prepare for the impact on your current health insurance plan
  • Calculate and compare the cost of group health plans
  • Retain employees through competitive employee insurance coverage

Don't assume your health care insurance coverage policies are adequate! Register today and ensure your agency avoids penalties for non-compliance. Visit

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