The ACA has taken years to implement, and it’s unlikely that it can be undone overnight. This article explains that ACA replacement may be incremental, “with small bills that tackle one part of the health care system at a time.” [Politico]
This is part two of a two-part “After ACA” webinar series. In this session, nicknamed “OPPORTUNITY,” we focus on the detailed effects by market segment, what the carriers are talking about behind the scenes, the “wish list” of agent organizations and industry insiders, and, most importantly, the opportunities that will emerge as the major provisions of the ACA are rolled back.
This is part two of a two-part “After ACA” webinar series. In this session, nicknamed “UNCERTAINTY,” we focus on the likely changes to the Affordable Care Act, the probable timing of those changes, the possible replacement plan, and what you should tell your clients.
These days, it’s more important than ever that brokers stay up to speed on the latest legislative developments, and as we find ourselves in the middle of a presidential election, that’s not always easy. But don’t worry – Jessica Waltman knows what’s going on, and in this session she’ll use her unique ability to explain it in a way that everyone can understand and show us how the coming changes could impact brokers and their clients.
In this course, we examine the health reform proposals of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as well as the most outspoken critics of the Affordable Care Act.
Jessica Waltman discusses some of the proposals to change aspects of the Affordable Care Act and how you can use your knowledge of the political landscape to win more clients.