(PRWEB) September 12, 2012
Human Resources Outsourcing firm CPEhr released this week a new e-book answering twelve important health care reform questions that will directly affect businesses in the coming years.
The e-book, entitled “The Twelve Health Care Reform Questions Every Employer Needs to Know,” simplifies complex health-care concepts and addresses many of the unanswered questions troubling employers. The answers are written in a light, easy-to-read format, using clear and simplified language and terminology.
“While there is a great deal of information about health care reform available to employers, we have found that much of it contains terminology that is unfamiliar to many business owners,” explains CPEhr’s Director of Benefits Compliance Dana Osayande, who assisted in researching and writing the e-book. “The bottom line is that they simply want to know how it will affect their business and employees. We wanted to prepare a document that uses more common terminology and language that the average business owner would find easy to understand.”
Several topics covered in the e-book include:
- What is a health benefit exchange?
- What are “free choice vouchers” and how will they be used?
- What are the penalties for employers who do not offer coverage?
- How should employers prepare for the upcoming changes?
- What is a “Cadillac Health Plan”?
“Our hope is that employers will read the e-book and come away with a clearer understanding of how health care reform will affect their business,” says Osayande. “Hopefully, after reading the information, they will know what questions to ask and how to prepare their company for the impending changes in the law.”
Founded in 1982, CPEhr is a California-based Human Resources Outsourcing Company, offering businesses an alternative for handling many HR responsibilities. CPEhr specializes in employment administration, management training, employee relations, payroll and employment tax compliance, workers’ compensation, claims and risk management, and offers comprehensive employee benefits programs. Headquartered in Los Angeles, CPEhr is one of the largest privately held HR Outsourcing firms in the state.