McAfee & Taft publishes videos from recent Health Care Reform seminars
With the continuing overwhelming interest in its recent seminars on Health Care Reform, McAfee & Taft's Employee Benefits Group has made available videos of the presentations from those events. It's the first time ever the firm has produced videos from any of its live seminars.
The seminar, titled “Health Care Reform + Supreme Court Ruling = Now What?,” was held August 22nd in Oklahoma City and August 23rd in Tulsa, both events at capacity with nearly 800 registrants in all. Anticipating ongoing demand for information about this game-changing legislation and its profound impact on employers, McAfee & Taft recorded both events so it could provide the information-packed presentations in an easily accessible format for clients, employers and industry professionals to view at their convenience and as often as they wanted.
Those videos are now available for on-demand viewing, at no cost, online at employerlinc.com/HCR-seminar or from the links included below. Materials from the seminar as well as additional online resources are also available on that page. NOTE: The video files, due to their length, are quite large. Even though they are optimized for web viewing, your connection and computer’s technical capabilities may impact the viewing experience, including the time required for the video to buffer and/or play. If you still have trouble, the videos will be added to YouTube in the coming week.
Seminar presentation videos:
| Opening Session (Oklahoma City)
An overview and timeline of health care reform, featuring guest speaker Robyn Piper of Piper Jordan.
| Opening Session (Tulsa)
An overview and timeline of health care reform, featuring guest panelist Todd Neaves of PremierSource.
| Second Session
Featuring the mechanics of “Play or Pay,” waiting period restrictions and auto enrollment.
| Third Session
Topics include medical loss ratios and rebates, Summary of Benefits and Coverage documentation, flexible spending arrangements, W-2 reporting, and PICORI fees.
Other Recent News
October 9, 2017
October 5, 2017
October 5, 2017 | The Oklahoman
October 2, 2017