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October 2020

Introduction to Consumer Directed Healthcare and Account-Based Plans: HDHPs, HSAs, FSAs, andHRAs

October 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC-4
Presenter: Stacy Barrow, Esq.

Join BAN's Director of Compliance, Stacy H. Barrow, Esq. for an informative webinar on Consumer Directed Healthcare and Account-Based Plans. Webinar attendees will gain an understanding on the background of Consumer Directed Healthcare, HSA eligibility and contribution rules, how HSA funds may be used, and how employers may contribute to HSAs. Stacy will also discuss HRAs and FSAs under the Affordable Care Act.

Key takeaways include:
1. An understanding of the rules surrounding high deductible health plans (HDHPs);
2. How HSAs, FSAs and HRAs can coordinate with HDHPs;
3. How HSAs, FSAs and HRAs have changed under the ACA.

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How Reference Based Pricing can Reduce Medical Costs by Creating Custom Built Network Pricing

October 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC-4
Presenter:  John Marshall

Join John Marshall, Senior Actuary and Principal at Windsor Strategy Partners, as he provides an in-depth presentation on creating custom built network pricing to reduce medical costs for your clients with Reference Based Pricing.

The presentation will cover:
1. The history, evolution and current status of RBP;
2. Why RBP is the new wave of transparent medical pricing;
3. How to apply RBP;
4. When to apply RBP;
5. Effect of RBP on plan costs and stop loss costs;
6. Risks and pitfalls associated with RBP;
7. The future of RBP.

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How Do You Measure Healthcare? (and Why Should I Care?)

October 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC-4
Presenter: Bruce Campbell, PhD, MD

Measuring the health of individuals and groups has been a controversial issue for decades. With the emergence of Value-Based Pricing, costly specialty drugs, and third-party care management vendors, evaluating the both economic and health impact of these initiatives becomes an important factor in evaluating the potential benefits of an initiative.

Takeaways include:
1. Understanding health value metrics.
2. Using health value metrics to determine whether drugs or procedures (for example, bariatric surgery) should be covered by the plan.
3. Understanding Value-based pricing/purchasing strategies in the market.

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November 2020

HR Technology Trends

November 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC-4
Presenters:  Josh Hoover and Corrina Nation

During this webinar Josh Hoover and Corrina Nation help attendees become more familiar with the different trends in HR Technology, and how to best utilize their current systems (or potentially evaluate new systems).

Keep a close watch on this webinar as the final topics will likely not be verified until a few weeks prior to the webinar date considering how fluid the HR technology industry is.

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HR for 2021

November 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC-4
Presenter:  Bobbi Kloss

Join Bobbi Kloss for a special webinar on HR for 2021. Bobbi's webinar provides insight in developing a culture to attract and retain employees, regulatory updates including the EEOC and the DOL, and HR best practices. Educate yourself on how to maintain your employer of choice status, top trends in Human Capital Management (HCM), and what you should be focusing on for your workforce needs in the upcoming year.

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December 2020

End of Year Compliance Roundup

December 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC-4
Presenter:  Stacy Barrow, Esq.
(Registration link coming soon!)

During our final webinar of our 2020 Educational Webinar Series, Stacy H. Barrow, Esq. provides an overview of significant compliance topics in 2020, along with a look at what to expect in 2021. Stacy will review legal and regulatory changes under the ACA in 2020, a review of other agency guidance in 2020 applicable to health and welfare plans, an update on recent court cases affecting health and welfare plans, and what to expect in 2021.
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