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Webinars

Transparency in Coverage Rule—implications and strategies for self-insured employers

March 23, 2021
Ashley Taylor Anderson

Watch our recorded panel discussion exploring the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule and other recent price transparency regulations impacting self-insured employers.

Watch our recorded webinar discussion exploring the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule, No Surprises Act, and the implications of these regulations for HR and benefits leaders managing group health plans at self-insured employers.

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Agenda

  • Overview of Transparency in Coverage Final Rule and related healthcare price transparency regulations
  • Compliance implications for employers offering group health plans
  • Strategic opportunities for HR and benefits programs

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