The fate of the newly revised ACA Repeal Bill, released Thursday, hangs in the air as senators review the changes. One of the most notable revisions would allow carriers to offer policies that do no meet the “essential health benefits” currently required by ACA. The Congressional Budget Office’s analysis of the revised bill will be released early next week, followed by debate, amendments, and a final vote. For more in-depth information, please see New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.
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Employers that sponsor certain self-insured health plans are responsible for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) fees. Fees for plan years that ended in 2016 are due July 31st, 2017.
Senate GOP leaders intend to release the revised ACA Repeal Bill on Thursday, July 13th then debate and vote on the bill next week. The scheduled August recess has been delayed by two weeks to allow more time to work on the bill. See New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Reuters for additional information.
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