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Federal Agencies Release Second Installment of Surprise-Billing Regulations
Democratic Infighting Delays Reconciliation Process
Urge Your Members of Congress to Support the Commonsense Reporting Act
Plan-Year 2022 Marketplace Registration and Training for New Agents and Brokers
Please Submit Any Follow-Up Info from Your In-District Meetings
State Spotlight: Four States Chosen for New CMS Innovation Model Aimed at Rural Healthcare
Healthcare Happy Hour: Employer Reporting Bill Introduced as Democrats Continue Reconciliation Debate
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Healthcare Happy Hour: Employer Reporting Bill Introduced as Democrats Continue Reconciliation Debate

NAHU allies in the House introduced H.R. 5318 last week, better known as the Commonsense Reporting Act. This bill deals with ACA employer reporting requirements under section 6055 and 6056. In addition, things are heating up on Capitol Hill as Democrats continue infighting regarding what to include in their reconciliation package. On this week’s episode of the Healthcare Happy Hour, NAHU’s Vice President of Congressional Affairs Chris Hartmann and Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Marcy Bucker are here to discuss the status of reconciliation talks, in addition to the specifics of the employer reporting bill.

Please contact your senators and representative and urge them to cosponsor H.R. 5318 to ease employer reporting requirements.

Click here to listen to the podcast on nahu.org.

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