Health and Welfare Benefit Plans National Institute 2018 (Podcast and Course Material)

    Health and Welfare Benefit Plans National Institute 2018 (Podcast and Course Material)
    ETHICS 120 min

    Health and Welfare Benefit Plans National Institute 2018 (Podcast and Course Material)

    An in-depth focus on employee health and welfare plans. Learn what you need to know about the ongoing implications of the Affordable Care Act and the reactions and perspectives of top policy makers, as well as hear from government speakers about other recent and upcoming guidance. Find out how companies are responding and what approaches they are taking to comply.

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    Audio recordings and collected course material from the Health and Welfare Benefit Plans National Institute held in Washington, DC on October 29-30, 2018.

    In addition to a lively update on regulatory and other developments featuring top speakers from government agencies and the private bar, the program will cover audit and enforcement activity, health and welfare plan litigation, fiduciary issues and HIPAA data privacy, and offer practical breakouts and two ethics sessions.

    Topics include:

    • The Nuts and Bolts:  An Introduction to ERISA Welfare Plans
    • Tri-Agency Perspectives on Health Care Reform
    • Wellness Programs
    • Audit and Enforcement Activity
    • Ethical Considerations in Health and Welfare Benefit Plans
    • Hot Topics in Health and Welfare Plan Litigation
    • HIPAA Omnibus Rules and Data Privacy Challenges for Plan Sponsors
    • Fiduciary Issues and Data Privacy
    • IRS and Department of Treasury Update
    • And Breakout Sessions including
      • Managing Your Health and Welfare Benefit Plans Prudently: Fiduciary Concerns
      • Emerging Health Plan Trends
      • Drafting 101: What Does the Document Say? and What Does that Mean?
      • How to Prepare: Health Care Claims and Related Litigation
      • The Affordable Care Act:  Past, Present and Potential Future

    Program Co-Chairs:
    Sally Doubet King
    , McGuireWoods LLP, Chicago, IL
    Mark L. Stember, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, Washington, DC
    Vanessa A. Scott, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP, Washington, DC

    For further information call Karen Case at (202) 662-8641 or email

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    American College of Employee Benefits Counsel, Business Law Section, Health Law Section, Section of Labor and Employment Law, Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law, Section of Taxation, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section


    Joint Committee On Employee Benefits

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