EBRI December 2012 Policy Forum #71

"Post" Script: What's Next for Employment-Based Health Benefits


Speaker biographies

Gavel-to-gavel webcast of the Fall 2012 Policy Forum

Agenda and Presentations

Welcome and Introduction - Dallas Salisbury, EBRI

Panel 1: Come Hill or High Water/Fiscal Fitness
A Post-Election Perspective on Fiscal Impacts

  • Moderator: Dallas Salisbury, Employee Benefit Research Institute
  • Steve Wojcik, National Business Group on Health
  • Randy Hardock, Davis & Harman LLP
  • Bill Hoagland, Bipartisan Policy Center

Panel 2: Evolving "Doors"
The election is over - the PPACA is constitutional - so how will employment-based health benefits evolve between 2014 and 2018 as a result of the changes set to come?

  • Moderator: Nevin Adams
  • Stephen Sanker, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
  • Mike Callendar, Fedex
  • Frank McArdle, Independent Consultant

Panel 3: Innovation Stations
Findings from the EBRI Center for Research on Health Benefits Innovation

  • Moderator: Charles Clark, Milliman
  • Paul Fronstin, Employee Benefit Research Institute

Panel 4: View from the Obama Administration
Upcoming regulations

  • Moderator: Dallas Salisbury, Employee Benefit Research Institute
  • Phyllis Borzi, U.S. Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration

Closing remarks: Dallas Salisbury, EBRI