Escalating Health Plan Requirements in 2022 and Beyond

Tuesday, November 16th, 2021 | 9:00 – 10:30am


It’s no secret that 2021 has been a challenge for many health plans, employers, and individuals alike.  Constantly shifting legislation and regulations added new layers of complexity to educating health care consumers in all markets.  Well, it looks like legislation, regulations, and obligations slated to take effect in 2022 will bring even more change to the way we engage with our clients.  From new transparency, balance billing, and compensation disclosure rules to massive legislative proposals that rival the ACA in scope, it’s safe to say 2022 will be another year of shifting obligations for all who work in our industry.

By attending this virtual event you will learn:

  • How new legislation will impact health plans, employers and individuals starting in 2022
  • When the new regulatory requirements will become effective, and the ways they will influence how group health plans are administered
  • How to advise your clients in this complex legislative and regulatory environment



The GPAHU welcomes

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Marcy Buckner, NAHU Senior VP of Governmental Affairs, and Vicky Cagliola, GPAHU Legislative Chair, for an overview of the variety of measures that will impact our industry in 2022 including a conversation distilling what all of it means to you, our GPAHU members, moderated by GPAHU President, Scott Wham.


Tuesday, November 16th, 2021

Time: 9am -10:30am

Cost: FREE for GPAHU members, $15 for Non-members

This will be a virtual event. Your link to view this presentation will be included in your confirmation email.

Inquiries to Karen Mardis at


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Escalating Health Plan Requirements in 2022 and Beyond

November 16, 2021
 9:00 am - 10:30 am