By Jessica DuBois-Maahs
Jun. 3, 2013
As the Affordable Care Act inches closer to its January 2014 fruition, many employers sponsoring group health care plans are scrambling to prepare for the upcoming changes. To help employers focus and prioritize, Leslie Anderson and Barbara McGeoch of Mercer’s Washington Resource Group compiled a list of the top 10 areas needing extra consideration and planning before the mandate’s full implementation.
Mercer has a Web page to help companies keep up-to-date about health reform requirements.
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