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eBooks

Transparency in Coverage Guidebook

April 27, 2021
Heidi Pearson

Learn more about the Transparency in Coverage Rule and how develop a strategic compliance plan for your company's group health plan.

The Transparency in Coverage Final Rule and the No Surprises Act have significant implications for self-insured group health plans and the HR leaders who manage them.

Download this eBook to:

  • Learn why healthcare price transparency is now a top priority for self-insured employers
  • Understand upcoming regulatory requirements and deadlines impacting group health plans
  • Explore a strategic roadmap framework that satisfies immediate compliance requirements and positively impacts healthcare pricing dynamics long-term

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