Upcoming AHCA/NCAL FREE Webinars

Date & Time: Friday, July 11, 2014 – 1:00pm – 2:00pm(CST)

Webinar title: 2014 Aon LTC Liability Benchmark Analysis

Speakers:  Christian Coleianne, Associate Director and Actuary, Aon Risk Solutions 

Registration Linkhttp://webinars.ahcancal.org/session.php?id=14024

Session Description: Each year, AHCA/NCAL support Aon’s efforts to conduct an actuarial analysis of general liability and professional liability (GL/PL) claim costs to the long term care profession in the United States.  This report is used often in the states as an advocacy tool to promote tort reform.  The specific objectives of the study include:

The specific objectives of this study are to:

                        Identify the overall trends in the cost of GL/PL claims for long term care

                        Identify state specific trends in the cost of GL/PL claims for long term care

                        Identify trends in frequency and severity overall and on a state by state basis

                        Explore the impact of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) on GL/PL claims

                        Examine differences in claims costs segregated by payer type

 Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the purpose and objectives of the Aon Study
  • Learn how you can participate in the Study
  • Learn how you can use the Study in your state

 

Date & Time: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 – 1:00pm – 2:00pm(CST)

Webinar title: Understanding and Assessing Employee’s Full-Time Status Under the ACA

Speakers:  Nicole Fallon, Consultant/Director Health Care, CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP

Registration Link:   http://webinars.ahcancal.org/session.php?id=13767

Session Description: A key aspect of implementing the employer shared responsibility requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is understanding whether each of your employees is full-time or not under the law.  This calculation is important in determining whether an employer is a large employer and may be subject to penalties under the law.  It is also essential in determining how significant the liability for those penalties may be.  Nicole Fallon of CliftonLarsonAllen will explain how an employer can determine whether an employee is full-time or not using both the monthly measurement and a look-back measurement period safe harbor.  You will have the opportunity to get your questions answered.

Learning Objectives:

1.      Review two options for determining employee status (full-time vs. part-time)

2.      Discuss pros and cons of using one method versus the other

3.      Receive a better understating of determining whether an employee is full-time or not using both the monthly measurement and a look-back measurement period safe harbor