These predictions, courtesy of sister site Benefits Pro, could affect your employees and members.
Some Republicans oppose the bill because it would not complete repeal the controversial health care law.
Two could make the accounts less flexible, but one may free insurers from nanny duty.
Employers with between 50 and 99 employees won't have to comply with PPACA group coverage mandates until Jan. 1, 2016.
States reports tens of thousands of enrollments in first few days of public exchanges.
Need to add children's dental and children's vision care standards cited in Urban Institute report.
Medicaid expansion and the new insurance exchange subsidies could lead to a sharp increase in early retirement rates, a consulting actuary predicts.
Navigators will be hired in 34 states. Critics say they are unfairly supplanting professional brokers and agents.
Ways and Means subcomittee hearing focuses on new delays in PPACA requirements.
Dafters of PPACA included the industry fee in an effort to cover part of the cost of PPACA coverage expansion provisions.