Don’t violate federal law on health insurance

April 23, 2023

The expansion of eligibility for Medicaid is winding down
What does that mean for your business and your employees?
Webinar: May 9th at 3PM

Register for free:

If any of your employees are about to lose Medicaid coverage that was made available due to the COVID-19 public health emergency that ended in April, you need to pay attention.

If you have employer-sponsored health insurance, you have an obligation under federal law:

“Under federal law, your employer must provide you with up to 60 days after your loss of Medicaid eligibility to enroll in your employer’s group plan. Your employer should ensure that your enrollment in the group plan begins no later than the first day of the month following your request for a special enrollment opportunity. (Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009, Pub. L. No. 111-3)”

If you don’t offer group health insurance, you should make sure those newly uninsured employees know their options for affordable health insurance.

All this will be explained on our webinar sponsored by the SC Primary Health Care Association and the SC Small Business Chamber of Commerce



May 9th @ 3PM

Register for free:

The feds mean business and your business needs healthy employees.


Frank Knapp

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