These videos provide a clear discussion of specific provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Health Reform), and how they affect you.


The Basics of Health Reform (And Why It Matters)

Find out how Health Reform affects you as an employer, consumer or someone who pays for health services.


Adult Child Coverage

Thanks to the provision in the Affordable Care Act, healthcare now runs in the Family – bit longer for dependent children.


FSA, HSA, HRA Changes

Learn about changes to these health spending accounts, particularly over-the-counter medications, under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.


Grandfathered Plans

Some provisions of the health reform law may not apply to grandfathered plans.


Is Grandfathered Status Right For Your Health Plan?

Clear, concise information to help employers decide whether grandfathered status might be right for them.


Lifetime and Annual Limits Under the Affordable Care Act

Under health reform, lifetime and annual dollar limits for all policies will be eliminated in 2014. There also are gradual changes taking place before then.


Preventive Services

The Affordable Care Act contains a provision to make certain preventive services available without co-pays, coinsurance or deductibles.


Small Business Tax Credit

Learn about eligibility for the Small Business Tax Credit, and how it may affect your business.


Summary of Benefits and Coverage

The Summary of Benefits and Coverage establishes standards that group health plan sponsors and insurers must use when offering group or individual health insurance.


W-2 Reporting

Some employers will be responsible for reporting to employees the total cost of their group health benefit plan coverage to their W-2 forms under the Patient Protection and Affordable Act.