Webinars and Events | September 20, 2023

Proposed MHPAEA Rules and the Challenges They Would Create

The Departments of Labor, HHS and Treasury recently released an extensive package of guidance, including proposed rules for mental health parity and substance use disorder parity under the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA). These rules propose significant changes to the 2013 MHPAEA final regulations as well as new, additional regulatory requirements.

Watch the webinar to learn more about these proposed rules and what they could mean for health plan benefits.

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You’ll get:

  • An overview of MHPAEA, including highlights of the recent federal guidance package
  • Details of the proposed rules
  • Key takeaways for your health plan

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Elena Lynett
Elena Lynett, JD
Senior Vice President
National Health Compliance
Eric Miller
Eric Miller, FSA, CERA, MAAA,
Vice President and Consulting Actuary
National Health Consulting and Analytics
Julia Zuckerman
Julia Zuckerman, JD
Vice President and Senior Consultant
National Health Compliance


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