The Health Care Regulatory Task Force was created to facilitate member input as the Chamber embarked on commenting on the litany of regulations to implement the Affordable Care Act. The task force has contributed initial input and subsequent review of more than 100 comments filed by the Chamber on issues ranging from Medical Loss Ratio, to Rate Increase Disclosure and Review to the annual Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters. Member companies that serve on the Employee Benefits Committee are welcome to participate on the task force. Those that elect to serve are not obligated to participate or engage on every regulation, but rather as their interests dictate.
The task force is generally comprised of technical experts from member companies with an interest in: hearing technical updates on proposed health care regulations of interest to the business community generally; contributing to the Chamber’s comment letters; and reviewing formal responses before the Chamber files them with the agencies for consideration. The task force generally convenes via teleconference and is able to provide feedback on draft comments within a fairly limited timeframe.
Above the FoldSep 08, 2020 - 12:30pm
Our VP of Health Policy explains why Congress should strengthen employer-sponsored insurance rather than a create a public option.