Home Care Services and the Affordable Care Act

Aging Services Employers shared Responsibilities under Affordable Care Act

Aging-services employers must begin to examine the implications of the Affordable Care Act’s mandates and penalties on their employer-sponsored health benefits. With many of the law’s central provisions related to accessing health care coverage taking effect in the coming months, employers must offer affordable health coverage that provides a minimum level of coverage to their full-time employees or face an Employer Shared Responsibility payment.

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Affordable Care Act timeline for Home Health Agencies and Home Care Providers



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