As the Affordable Care Act gained momentum on Capitol Hill in 2009, we formed our Health Reform Advisory Practice to guide you through the rocky waters of the ACA and help you chart the best course for your business.

Now the winds of health reform are blowing again. We're still here, at your side, to help you understand and navigate the challenges in whatever comes next.

What's Next?

Lockton Benefit Group President Bob Reiff reflects on the 2016 election and what comes next for employer-sponsored benefit plans.

How We Help

We guided you before; we will guide you now. Learn more about our approach in this one-page infographic.

Multimedia Resources

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Areas of Expertise

  • Compliance Services: Advice and counsel on legislation, regulations, and guidelines
  • Health Risk Solutions: Assistance with population-initiative opportunities afforded by the legislation
  • Actuarial Services: Financial plan valuations, impact studies, plan-design alternatives, and pricing strategies
  • Technology and Analytics: Data analytics, HRIS and payroll-impact considerations, health data information security, and personal health records
  • HR Integration Strategies: Assistance in evaluating the impact on the overall compensation and benefits strategies
  • Communication Services: Strategies and resources for employee communications

Comprehensive Solutions

The Health Reform Advisory Practice offers comprehensive solutions using expertise from appropriate practice elements including: Compliance Services, Actuarial Services, Compensation, Communications Consulting, Lockton Health Risk Solutions®, and HR Technology & Outsourcing.

Lockton Thought Leadership in the Media

2017

  • Feb. 3 - Employers Fret Job-Based Coverage Vulnerable To Fallout From GOP Health Overhaul - Kaiser Health News
  • Jan. 24 - Navigating Compliance Issues Under Trump - Employee Benefit Advise
  • Jan. 24 - How Trump’s First Executive Order Could Affect Employer Health Plans -Society for Human Resource Management
  • Jan. 10 - Lockton Exec: In ACA Repeal, Congress Must Be Wary of Harming Consumers - Best Wire

​2016

  • Dec. 20 - Why Senate Democrats Could Help Replace the ACA - LifeHealthPro
  • Nov. 21 - IRS Delays Employers’ Deadline to Distribute ACA Reporting Form 1095 to Employees - Society for Human Resource Management
  • Nov. 11 - Farewell Mandates? ACA Likely to Change Substantially Under Trump Administration - Society for Human Resource Management
  • Nov. 9 - Obamacare, Numerous Regulations Face Trump Reversals - Kansas City Star
  • Nov. 9 - ACA Repeal Will Be a Priority, But Will Still Take Time - Kansas City Business Journal
  • Nov. 9 - What’s Next for the Affordable Care Act - Ingram's

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