Consolidated Appropriations Act Compliance Alert: 4 Things Employers Must Do Before January 1st

Many employers don’t realize the new Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), signed into federal law on Dec 27, 2020, will remove the gag clauses and provide a great deal of valuable information for Plan Sponsors. At the same time, Plan Sponsors are on the hook for ensuring that health benefits are cost-effective and high quality, similar to their pension and 401(k) plans fiduciary responsibility. ACTION is needed now; compliance is not only required, but it will also be beneficial in saving you money and producing better outcomes for your employees.

Leah F. Binder, President & CEO of The Leapfrog Group
James Gelfand, Executive Vice President at The ERISA Industry Committee
Jamie Greenleaf, Managing Director/Founder of TILT
Michael Thompson, President and CEO of National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions