The Brown & Brown Healthcare Reform Cost Study is an impact model using employer specific data to accurately access the cost impact of Healthcare Reform.
The algorithms use employer census data, current benefits plan costs, current and proposed benefits plans and required employer and employee contributions to determine impact results.
Using industry experts and our in house actuaries with extensive knowledge combined with employer provided information, our modeling and analysis accurately determines tax modeling, plan modeling, contribution analysis and future indexing to determine answers to Key Findings.
The report provides summarized Key Findings and detailed cost impact projections of 2014 to 2018. Detailed Healthcare Impact cost items include:
- Benefit Mandates
- Employee Migration
- Taxes and Fees
- Transitional Reinsurance
- Adverse Selection
- Medicaid Transition
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