Of course, everyone is fighting tooth and nail to retain grandfathered status for their health plans under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and rightly so.
However, for those that are nongrandfathered, the agencies responsible for enforcing PPACA have released guidance on the dos and don’ts of preventive care coverage. Here’s a link to the info, as well as comment from Buck Consultants.
Speaking of comments, I’d like to hear from any nongrandfathered plans out there. Under what circumstances was your plan rendered nongrandfathered? Do you think such a status harms/benefits your plan more than those that are grandfathered? Let me know in the comments.
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