October 13, 2017



In This Issue
Fast Facts
Trump Administration to Cease Making Cost-Sharing Payments, Potentially Destabilizing Health Insurance Markets
President Trump Issues Executive Order to Expand Association Health Plans, Short-Term Plans and HRAs
NAHU Meets with Trump Administration Officials
Compliance Cornered: ACA Employer Reporting Preparation Tips and Reminders
Washington Update Podcast: What You Should Tell Your Clients about President Trump’s Executive Order
Register Now for Next Week’s Compliance Corner Webinar: Fuzzy on ERISA-Required Disclosures?
NAHU CEO Janet Trautwein Addresses Executive Order on “Live from NAHU” Webinar
NAHU Releases Social Media Guidebook
HUPAC Roundup
What We’re Reading
E-mail the Editor
Visit the NAHU Website
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Fast Facts
    • The Trump Administration announced it will no longer fund the ACA’s cost-sharing payments. NAHU is concerned that this could lead to increasingly destabilized markets and is advocating for Congress to appropriate funds.
    • President Trump issued an executive order directing federal agencies to expand Association Health Plans, short-term plans and HRAs.
    • NAHU met with Trump Administration officials this week to discuss our recommendations and future regulatory actions by the agency.
    • President Trump announced that Eric Hargan will serve as the acting HHS secretary, replacing Don Wright, who served on an interim basis following Tom Price’s resignation. Hargan was confirmed as deputy secretary last week.

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