Webinars and Events | March 16, 2023

The End of COVID-19 Emergencies

On January 30, 2023, the Biden Administration announced it would end both the public health emergency (PHE) and national emergency (NE) related to COVID-19 effective May 11, 2023. As healthcare costs related to COVID-19 begin to transition, plan sponsors will need to make decisions whether to continue to allow coverage and flexibility under the PHE and NE rules, go back to pre-COVID-19 rules or compromise somewhere in the middle.

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In this webinar...

Our experts discussed the considerations for plan sponsors and provided data and additional details to help determine the best path forward, including:

  • The emergency ending and what that transition means for health plans
  • COVID-19 costs and the transition impact to plan sponsors and participants
  • Communication requirements and best practices to keep participants informed

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Speakers

Kathryn Bakich, Senior Vice President, Health Compliance Practice Leader
Jason Jossie, Senior Health Consultant
Angela Purdum, Vice President, Communications

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