View From McDermott: Employer Pay-or-Play Mandates Under Health-Care Reform


This fall, open enrollment is well underway for individuals and small employers under the state and federally facilitated marketplace exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act.

As exchange coverage becomes available, many employers are in the process of evaluating whether, or at what level, to continue to offer health insurance benefits to their employees. Some employers are staying the course and offering robust medical plan choices to their employees. Others are turning to private health exchanges for solutions and still others are deciding that their employees may be better off obtaining subsidized coverage in the state or federally facilitated marketplace exchanges.

Originally published in Pension & Benefits Daily on November 6, 2013.

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