Health Reform for Large EmployersMaking Reform Work
Health Reform Commitment
EmblemHealth is committed to exceeding the expectations of our clients. Making health reform work for you is integral to our efforts.
What does Health Reform Mean for Your Business?
Health reform has brought significant changes and opportunities to your business. This site can help you learn how health reform works and how it can benefit your company and employees.
Health Reform Checklist for Large Employers
Under the federal health reform law, an estimated three million more New Yorkers will have improved access to health insurance.
Dependents under age 26 may be insured under their parent's plan on or after September 23, 2010.
Certain preventive services for adults and children will be provided without cost-sharing for plans that begin or renew on or after September 23, 2010. For women, additional preventive services may be available for plans that begin or renew on or after August 1, 2012.
Starting in 2014, employers offering coverage will be subject to a penalty if any full-time employees receive a premium credit towards an exchange plan.
Read important information regarding EmblemHealth, GHI and HIP plans.
Effective September 23, 2010, federal health reform may require changes to your coverage, depending on your plan.
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Effective September 23, 2010, federal health reform may require changes to your coverage, depending on your plan. Get more information.
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