Tuesday, May 10, 2016 | 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT
Group health plans have a variety of requirements relating to materials and notices that must be provided to participants. These requirements come from different places -- the Department of Labor, ERISA, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), and more. Employers must not only ensure that participants are provided certain information and notices, but must ensure the timing and delivery of the information is appropriate.
This webinar will help employers understand the materials and notices they are obligated to provide, who they must give them to, how they should deliver them, and when they need to be provided.
This webinar will:
This 60-minute beginner to intermediate level webinar will help employers understand the plan document requirements for group health plans.
Monique Warren is a Principal in the White Plains, New York, office of Jackson Lewis, P.C. She counsels employers on employee benefits compliance and administrative matters, drafts plan documents and employee communication materials, and represents employers to government agencies.
Ms. Warren's expertise includes health and welfare plans as well as retirement plans. She has extensive experience helping group health plan sponsors navigate COBRA, HIPAA, and other ERISA and Internal Revenue Code provisions. A significant part of her practice currently focuses on employer issues related to the 2010 health care reform law. She also has extensive experience helping retirement plan sponsors comply with ERISA fiduciary requirements and the Code's qualification requirements and correcting plan errors under the Department of Labor's and Internal Revenue Service's voluntary correction programs.
In addition to authoring many articles, Ms. Warren has been interviewed by and quoted in newspapers and periodicals including The Wall Street Journal and edits the firm's Benefits Law Advisor Blog.