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Webinar covers everything you need to know and need to do – to ease your ACA reporting headaches

CHICAGO – (August 22, 2016) – Maestro Health™, a leading all-in employee health and benefits company, and SourceMedia are teaming up to present, “Conquering the Impossible: How the Most Complex Organizations Nail ACA Reporting.” The webinar will share real ACA reporting stories from organizations faced with meeting ambitious timelines and dealing with complex organizational structures to remain compliant.

“Prior to the enactment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010, employers already faced layers of complex reporting and regulatory requirements,” said Jeff Yaniga, Chief Revenue Officer, Maestro Health. “Few were prepared for the scratch-your-head questions or eyes-glaze-over forms and guidelines. As many employers still find themselves confused and overwhelmed, we designed this webinar to get to the core of the issues, help people really understand what they need to do now and what they need to prepare for in the future. We’re looking forward to a very candid and real-life discussion about something that is causing a lot of headaches inside many organizations today, and it doesn’t need to be that way.”

Webinar Details 

What:

“Conquering the Impossible: How the Most Complex Organizations Nail ACA Reporting”

Who:

  • Brian Usischon, Senior Associate Vice President for Human Resources Services, University of North Carolina
  • Jeff Yaniga, Chief Revenue Officer, Maestro Health
  • Laura Couger, Manager, ACA Services, Maestro Health

When:

Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016

1 p.m., CT / 2 p.m., ET

Webinar Description

We know you’ve heard it all before. Everyone claims they will tell you “how to successfully complete ACA reporting.” Only, they just throw mind-numbing statistics at you instead. That’s not our style. We’re going to tell you how the most complex companies, like University of North Carolina (UNC), were able to actually do it, because let’s face it – big, small, new or old, the ACA is affecting all businesses in some fashion.

Join the discussion as Jeff Yaniga, Chief Revenue Officer of Maestro Health, covers the most common ACA roadblocks, and hear from an employer firsthand as Brian Usischon, Senior Associate Vice President for Human Resources Services at UNC, shares his story of conquering ACA roadblocks – including learning their obligations and choosing a path on tight deadlines, tackling a complex employee population, and consolidating data from multiple institutions using systems built prior to the ACA.

Discussion Topics:

  • What you have to KNOW now—ACA roadblocks and real-life ways to overcome them.
  • What you have to DO now—You know…so you’re not pulling all-nighters trying to gather the right data.
  • What complex organizations, like UNC, wish they knew then and are glad they know now.
  • What UNC did to help them nail the ACA reporting deadline.
  • What’s to come for 2016 & 2017 ACA reporting guidelines. (Here’s a hint: there are brand new forms for next year…and codes!)

Join Us:

Click here to register for this informative and engaging discussion.

About Maestro Health™

Headquartered in Chicago, IL, we are an employee health & benefits company delivering a single, comprehensive platform of personalized benefits solutions to employers, brokers and carriers. To meet the dynamic needs of the market, we’ve taken the four key components of employee health & benefits—HR Management (Benefits Administration, On-Boarding), Benefits Marketplace (Online Enrollment, Private Exchange), Benefit Accounts (HSA/FSA) and Self-Funded Insurance (Medical TPA & Care Management)—and integrated them on our all-in, tech-meets-service platform: maestroEDGE. Our partner base ranges from small employers to Fortune 1,000 organizations, to which we deliver a depth of personalized and private-labeled solutions—enabling them to customize our brand offerings to suit their needs, then brand them as their own. Visit us at www.maestrohealth.com to learn more about how we’re making employee health & benefits “people-friendly” again.

 

SourceMedia

SourceMedia is a diversified business-to-business media company providing subscription information services, marketing services, and events to the financial and healthcare industries. Its portfolio comprises many of B-to-B media’s most authoritative brands, including American Banker, The Bond Buyer, Accounting Today and Financial Planning.

 

Media Contact

Lauren Metsig

lmetsig@maestrohealth.com

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