Because the insurance industry is evolving, and rules and regulations change, we help you stay up-to-date by sending carrier, product, and other updates regularly via emails and e-newsletters, post updates in our online Newsroom, and post on social media. Check out the latest news below.

CAA’s “No Surprises Act” - Changes to Health Plans Coming in 2022

Health plans will have some major changes intended to combat Surprise Billing beginning in January 2022. Learn preliminary information about these changes, before further regulations are released this summer.

COBRA Subsidy Update – ARP

The Department of Labor (DOL) released some breaking regulations on the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act's COBRA changes. Here is what we know so far.

American Rescue Plan Act: 9 Employer, Employee, and Health Care Provider Provisions

Overview of provisions in American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act enacted by Congress in response to COVID-19 pandemic

POP Plan Documents and Renewals

Employers frequently ask their health insurance brokers if they really need to pay annual renewal fees to Third Party Administrators to keep their Premium Only Plans (POPs) compliant. Link below to find out what you need to know.

American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act on Employee Benefits: A Preliminary Overview

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act into law. The passage of this law brings significant changes to the health insurance industry, which are arguably some of the biggest we’ve seen since the introduction of the ACA in 2010.

The Constitutionality of the ACA in 2021

The Supreme Court is hearing a case against the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for the third time since the ACA's inception in 2010. Uncover the latest challenges to the law and details of the case, as the court approaches its decision this summer.

Employee References and Information for IRS Form 1095-A, 1095-B, and 1095-C

By February, most taxpayers have received one or more IRS Affordable Care Act (ACA) tax forms providing information about the health coverage they maintained and/or were offered during the previous year. Here’s what you need to know, and how to help employees with these forms.