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Although the Affordable Care Act (ACA) legislation was passed in 2010, the most significant changes are now front and center slated for a 2014 effective date. Virtually every company in the US will be and has already been impacted by health reform with certain sectors such as retail and consumer, entertainment and media, and healthcare feeling a more significant impact than others. For many organizations, ACA will have significant business and operational implications due to workforce implications including the potential impact on labor practices, and providing an employment package in order to attract and retain the right talent. In addition, these companies need to relook at their healthcare benefit strategies post-ACA in light of the new safety net as well as new taxes and incentives.
Companies are re-evaluating the role of the employer in providing healthcare benefits and analyzing when to pay and how to play, the role of public and private exchanges, approaches to bending the cost curve, and managing the compliance burdens created by ACA. For acquisitive companies, it is important to assess the key risks and opportunities during diligence in order to understand the potential implications ACA can have on deal value. Companies looking to divest business units should be prepared to share a point of view with potential buyers as to the potential impact of ACA.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Latest development in health reform
- Implications on workforce and benefits strategies
- Specific M&A considerations
Join us on June 25 to learn about the changes to health reform.
Matt Cowell, Principal, Human Resources Transaction Services, Global Human Resource Services, PwC
Mike Thompson, Principal, Health and Welfare Benefits, Global Human Resource Services, PwC
Amy Bergner, Managing Director, Health and Welfare Benefits, Global Human Resource Services, PwC
Jim Dell, Director, Human Resources Transaction Services, Global Human Resource Services, PwC
Who should attend:
Private equity and corporate deal professionals including:
- Private equity and corporate deal professionals including:
- C-suite, functional leaders (CFO, Corporate Controller, CIO, VP tax, Internal Audit, etc.)
- Board of directors, Audit committee members
- Partners/principals/managing directors/associates
- Business development/M&A executives
- Financial professionals involved in M&A and operational functions
Participation in the live webcast qualifies for 1 CPE credit in the subject area of Specialized Knowledge and Applications.
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