The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA) was signed into law, including many provisions that impact employer-sponsored health plans. The CAA mandates a new set of requirements for pharmacy reporting, mental health parity compliance, consumer price transparency, balance-billing practices, and other requirements related to contracts between employers, their health plans, and broker/consultant partners.
It’s complex. Shannon Kukulka, an employee benefits attorney at Waller and former in-house counsel for a Fortune 500 company, joined Nicole Belles, vice president of product at Springbuk, and regular host Jennifer Jones to share her legal knowledge and practical advice on how employers can navigate the murky waters of the CAA.
- Connect with Shannon on LinkedIn
- Visit Waller’s website
- Read Shannon’s blog about the CAA
- Connect with our co-hosts Jennifer Jones and Nicole Belles
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