Long-term care providers with between 50 and 99 employees received an unexpected reprieve yesterday, as the Obama administration announced it would give them an extra year before having to offer health insurance
A recently introduced House bill would change the Affordable Care Act's definition of full-time employment, which has been a sticking point for long-term care providers seeking to comply with the healthcare law's employer mandate.
Nursing home operators should act decisively to take advantage of employer mandate delay, expert advisesJuly 08, 2013
Nursing home advocates cheered the Obama administration's recent decision to delay implementing a key part of the Affordable Care Act, and a legal expert said operators must seize this opportunity to prepare for the future.
Affordable Care Act requirements related to health insurance are leading long-term care providers to hire more part-time employees, according to some experts.