Joanne Hustead

Leadership

Joanne Hustead

Joanne Hustead

Senior Vice President, Deputy Practice Leader, National Health Compliance Practice

Ms. Hustead is a Senior Vice President and the Deputy Practice Leader of Segal’s National Health Compliance Practice in the Washington, DC office. She has 30 years of legal experience, including over 20 years in the health policy field. Ms. Hustead’s expertise includes research and analysis of federal laws and regulations that impact health benefit plans, most recently focusing on the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. She responds to questions from compliance staff and benefit consultants, develops templates and training materials for clients, provides training to compliance and health staff, and has helped Segal develop and implement its own privacy and security policies.

Ms. Hustead joined Segal in 2003 as a Senior Health Compliance Specialist in the National Health Compliance Practice. Prior to joining the firm, she was an assistant research professor at Georgetown University’s Institute for Health Care Research and Policy (now the Health Policy Institute), where she focused on medical privacy laws. Before that, Ms. Hustead spent 10 years with the National Partnership for Women & Families (formerly the Women’s Legal Defense Fund) advocating for national health care reform, managed care reform, and medical and genetic privacy. She was an attorney in private practice from 1982 to 1990.

Ms. Hustead received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and a BA in History and French from Tufts University. She is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court.

For the last several years, Ms. Hustead has been on the faculty for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate for Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) program. She conducts webinars and presentations on various health care topics for Segal clients as well as organizations such as BNA. She is a contributing author of Thompson Publishing Group’s Employer’s Guide to HIPAA Privacy Requirements and a co-author of Thompson’s The HITECH Act and Related Rules: A Guide for Employers.

Ms. Hustead frequently serves as an expert speaker and author on a variety of topics.

Recent published articles

  • “The Consequences of Losing ‘Grandfathered’ Status,” Joanne Hustead and Kathy Bakich, Benefits Law Journal, Autumn 2013
  • “Multiemployer Plans Vs. The Exchanges: Digging In Or Letting Go,” Benefits Magazine, May 2013
  • “Genetic Testing: An Ever-Evolving Health Field Raises Complex Coverage Issues,” Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Joanne Hustead, Benefits Law Journal, Spring 2011
  • “Expert Reviews Health Care Reform Law Implementation, Previews 2011 Developments,” Joanne Hustead, Employee Benefits Management, February 2011
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Recent speeches

  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2017
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Annual Conference, November 2016
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2016
  • "Employer Shared Responsibility Rules and Reporting Requirements," Association of Public Pension Fund Auditors (APPFA), November 2015
  • "Affordable Care Act: Update, Employer Penalty and Reporting Requirements," College and University Professional Association of Human Resources (CUPA-HR): Kentucky Chapter, October 2015
  • "Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) 2015 Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, October 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Strategies for Coping with the 40% Excise Tax," Segal Fall Public Sector webinar Series, September 2015
  • "The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable are Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay," Segal Multiemployer webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “ACA Update King v. Burwell: United States Supreme Court Upholds ACA Subsidies in all States, " Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • "The ACA Reporting Requirements — Gearing Up for What You Need to Know and Do,” Sibson Consulting webinar, June 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Tactical Aspects of Employer/Plan Reporting," Segal Consulting Spring 2015 Public Sector webinar Series, June 2015
  • "Employee Health — Part 1," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, June 2015
  • "Health Plan Designs — Where Are We Going?" American Bar Association Joint Committee on Employee Benefits Health & Welfare Seminar, October 2014
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments: Health Care Reform, Implications for Public Sector Plans, IFEBP CAPPP Session, June 2014
  • “Health Care Reform: How the Employer Penalty Rules Apply to Educational Institutions,” Arizona CUPA webinar, February 2013
  • “What Health Exchanges Mean to Plan Sponsors and Plan Participants: Modeling the Impact of Health Exchanges and Federal Subsidies,” Segal webinar, October 2012
  • “Multiemployer Plans and the Health Insurance Exchanges - What Trustees Need to Know,” Segal Webinar, October 2012
  • “Structural Changes in 2014 and Beyond,” IFEBP Virtual Conference, August 2012
  • “Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans,” IFEBP Public Employees Conference CAPPP Program, June 2012

Contact Joanne

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Joanne Hustead

Leadership

Joanne Hustead

Joanne Hustead

Senior Vice President, Deputy Practice Leader, National Health Compliance Practice

Ms. Hustead is a Senior Vice President and the Deputy Practice Leader of Segal’s National Health Compliance Practice in the Washington, DC office. She has 30 years of legal experience, including over 20 years in the health policy field. Ms. Hustead’s expertise includes research and analysis of federal laws and regulations that impact health benefit plans, most recently focusing on the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. She responds to questions from compliance staff and benefit consultants, develops templates and training materials for clients, provides training to compliance and health staff, and has helped Segal develop and implement its own privacy and security policies.

Ms. Hustead joined Segal in 2003 as a Senior Health Compliance Specialist in the National Health Compliance Practice. Prior to joining the firm, she was an assistant research professor at Georgetown University’s Institute for Health Care Research and Policy (now the Health Policy Institute), where she focused on medical privacy laws. Before that, Ms. Hustead spent 10 years with the National Partnership for Women & Families (formerly the Women’s Legal Defense Fund) advocating for national health care reform, managed care reform, and medical and genetic privacy. She was an attorney in private practice from 1982 to 1990.

Ms. Hustead received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and a BA in History and French from Tufts University. She is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court.

For the last several years, Ms. Hustead has been on the faculty for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate for Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) program. She conducts webinars and presentations on various health care topics for Segal clients as well as organizations such as BNA. She is a contributing author of Thompson Publishing Group’s Employer’s Guide to HIPAA Privacy Requirements and a co-author of Thompson’s The HITECH Act and Related Rules: A Guide for Employers.

Ms. Hustead frequently serves as an expert speaker and author on a variety of topics.

Recent published articles

  • “The Consequences of Losing ‘Grandfathered’ Status,” Joanne Hustead and Kathy Bakich, Benefits Law Journal, Autumn 2013
  • “Multiemployer Plans Vs. The Exchanges: Digging In Or Letting Go,” Benefits Magazine, May 2013
  • “Genetic Testing: An Ever-Evolving Health Field Raises Complex Coverage Issues,” Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Joanne Hustead, Benefits Law Journal, Spring 2011
  • “Expert Reviews Health Care Reform Law Implementation, Previews 2011 Developments,” Joanne Hustead, Employee Benefits Management, February 2011
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Recent speeches

  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2017
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Annual Conference, November 2016
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2016
  • "Employer Shared Responsibility Rules and Reporting Requirements," Association of Public Pension Fund Auditors (APPFA), November 2015
  • "Affordable Care Act: Update, Employer Penalty and Reporting Requirements," College and University Professional Association of Human Resources (CUPA-HR): Kentucky Chapter, October 2015
  • "Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) 2015 Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, October 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Strategies for Coping with the 40% Excise Tax," Segal Fall Public Sector webinar Series, September 2015
  • "The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable are Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay," Segal Multiemployer webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “ACA Update King v. Burwell: United States Supreme Court Upholds ACA Subsidies in all States, " Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • "The ACA Reporting Requirements — Gearing Up for What You Need to Know and Do,” Sibson Consulting webinar, June 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Tactical Aspects of Employer/Plan Reporting," Segal Consulting Spring 2015 Public Sector webinar Series, June 2015
  • "Employee Health — Part 1," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, June 2015
  • "Health Plan Designs — Where Are We Going?" American Bar Association Joint Committee on Employee Benefits Health & Welfare Seminar, October 2014
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments: Health Care Reform, Implications for Public Sector Plans, IFEBP CAPPP Session, June 2014
  • “Health Care Reform: How the Employer Penalty Rules Apply to Educational Institutions,” Arizona CUPA webinar, February 2013
  • “What Health Exchanges Mean to Plan Sponsors and Plan Participants: Modeling the Impact of Health Exchanges and Federal Subsidies,” Segal webinar, October 2012
  • “Multiemployer Plans and the Health Insurance Exchanges - What Trustees Need to Know,” Segal Webinar, October 2012
  • “Structural Changes in 2014 and Beyond,” IFEBP Virtual Conference, August 2012
  • “Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans,” IFEBP Public Employees Conference CAPPP Program, June 2012

Contact Joanne

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Leadership

Joanne Hustead

Senior Vice President, Deputy Practice Leader, National Health Compliance Practice

Joanne Hustead

Contact Joanne

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Ms. Hustead is a Senior Vice President and the Deputy Practice Leader of Segal’s National Health Compliance Practice in the Washington, DC office. She has 30 years of legal experience, including over 20 years in the health policy field. Ms. Hustead’s expertise includes research and analysis of federal laws and regulations that impact health benefit plans, most recently focusing on the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. She responds to questions from compliance staff and benefit consultants, develops templates and training materials for clients, provides training to compliance and health staff, and has helped Segal develop and implement its own privacy and security policies.

Ms. Hustead joined Segal in 2003 as a Senior Health Compliance Specialist in the National Health Compliance Practice. Prior to joining the firm, she was an assistant research professor at Georgetown University’s Institute for Health Care Research and Policy (now the Health Policy Institute), where she focused on medical privacy laws. Before that, Ms. Hustead spent 10 years with the National Partnership for Women & Families (formerly the Women’s Legal Defense Fund) advocating for national health care reform, managed care reform, and medical and genetic privacy. She was an attorney in private practice from 1982 to 1990.

Ms. Hustead received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and a BA in History and French from Tufts University. She is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court.

For the last several years, Ms. Hustead has been on the faculty for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate for Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) program. She conducts webinars and presentations on various health care topics for Segal clients as well as organizations such as BNA. She is a contributing author of Thompson Publishing Group’s Employer’s Guide to HIPAA Privacy Requirements and a co-author of Thompson’s The HITECH Act and Related Rules: A Guide for Employers.

Ms. Hustead frequently serves as an expert speaker and author on a variety of topics.

Recent published articles

  • “The Consequences of Losing ‘Grandfathered’ Status,” Joanne Hustead and Kathy Bakich, Benefits Law Journal, Autumn 2013
  • “Multiemployer Plans Vs. The Exchanges: Digging In Or Letting Go,” Benefits Magazine, May 2013
  • “Genetic Testing: An Ever-Evolving Health Field Raises Complex Coverage Issues,” Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Joanne Hustead, Benefits Law Journal, Spring 2011
  • “Expert Reviews Health Care Reform Law Implementation, Previews 2011 Developments,” Joanne Hustead, Employee Benefits Management, February 2011
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Recent speeches

  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2017
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Annual Conference, November 2016
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2016
  • "Employer Shared Responsibility Rules and Reporting Requirements," Association of Public Pension Fund Auditors (APPFA), November 2015
  • "Affordable Care Act: Update, Employer Penalty and Reporting Requirements," College and University Professional Association of Human Resources (CUPA-HR): Kentucky Chapter, October 2015
  • "Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) 2015 Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, October 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Strategies for Coping with the 40% Excise Tax," Segal Fall Public Sector webinar Series, September 2015
  • "The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable are Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay," Segal Multiemployer webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “ACA Update King v. Burwell: United States Supreme Court Upholds ACA Subsidies in all States, " Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • "The ACA Reporting Requirements — Gearing Up for What You Need to Know and Do,” Sibson Consulting webinar, June 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Tactical Aspects of Employer/Plan Reporting," Segal Consulting Spring 2015 Public Sector webinar Series, June 2015
  • "Employee Health — Part 1," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, June 2015
  • "Health Plan Designs — Where Are We Going?" American Bar Association Joint Committee on Employee Benefits Health & Welfare Seminar, October 2014
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments: Health Care Reform, Implications for Public Sector Plans, IFEBP CAPPP Session, June 2014
  • “Health Care Reform: How the Employer Penalty Rules Apply to Educational Institutions,” Arizona CUPA webinar, February 2013
  • “What Health Exchanges Mean to Plan Sponsors and Plan Participants: Modeling the Impact of Health Exchanges and Federal Subsidies,” Segal webinar, October 2012
  • “Multiemployer Plans and the Health Insurance Exchanges - What Trustees Need to Know,” Segal Webinar, October 2012
  • “Structural Changes in 2014 and Beyond,” IFEBP Virtual Conference, August 2012
  • “Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans,” IFEBP Public Employees Conference CAPPP Program, June 2012

Leadership

Joanne Hustead

Senior Vice President, Deputy Practice Leader, National Health Compliance Practice

Joanne Hustead

Contact Joanne

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Ms. Hustead is a Senior Vice President and the Deputy Practice Leader of Segal’s National Health Compliance Practice in the Washington, DC office. She has 30 years of legal experience, including over 20 years in the health policy field. Ms. Hustead’s expertise includes research and analysis of federal laws and regulations that impact health benefit plans, most recently focusing on the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. She responds to questions from compliance staff and benefit consultants, develops templates and training materials for clients, provides training to compliance and health staff, and has helped Segal develop and implement its own privacy and security policies.

Ms. Hustead joined Segal in 2003 as a Senior Health Compliance Specialist in the National Health Compliance Practice. Prior to joining the firm, she was an assistant research professor at Georgetown University’s Institute for Health Care Research and Policy (now the Health Policy Institute), where she focused on medical privacy laws. Before that, Ms. Hustead spent 10 years with the National Partnership for Women & Families (formerly the Women’s Legal Defense Fund) advocating for national health care reform, managed care reform, and medical and genetic privacy. She was an attorney in private practice from 1982 to 1990.

Ms. Hustead received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and a BA in History and French from Tufts University. She is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court.

For the last several years, Ms. Hustead has been on the faculty for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate for Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) program. She conducts webinars and presentations on various health care topics for Segal clients as well as organizations such as BNA. She is a contributing author of Thompson Publishing Group’s Employer’s Guide to HIPAA Privacy Requirements and a co-author of Thompson’s The HITECH Act and Related Rules: A Guide for Employers.

Ms. Hustead frequently serves as an expert speaker and author on a variety of topics.

Recent published articles

  • “The Consequences of Losing ‘Grandfathered’ Status,” Joanne Hustead and Kathy Bakich, Benefits Law Journal, Autumn 2013
  • “Multiemployer Plans Vs. The Exchanges: Digging In Or Letting Go,” Benefits Magazine, May 2013
  • “Genetic Testing: An Ever-Evolving Health Field Raises Complex Coverage Issues,” Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Joanne Hustead, Benefits Law Journal, Spring 2011
  • “Expert Reviews Health Care Reform Law Implementation, Previews 2011 Developments,” Joanne Hustead, Employee Benefits Management, February 2011
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Recent speeches

  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2017
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Annual Conference, November 2016
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2016
  • "Employer Shared Responsibility Rules and Reporting Requirements," Association of Public Pension Fund Auditors (APPFA), November 2015
  • "Affordable Care Act: Update, Employer Penalty and Reporting Requirements," College and University Professional Association of Human Resources (CUPA-HR): Kentucky Chapter, October 2015
  • "Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) 2015 Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, October 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Strategies for Coping with the 40% Excise Tax," Segal Fall Public Sector webinar Series, September 2015
  • "The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable are Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay," Segal Multiemployer webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “ACA Update King v. Burwell: United States Supreme Court Upholds ACA Subsidies in all States, " Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • "The ACA Reporting Requirements — Gearing Up for What You Need to Know and Do,” Sibson Consulting webinar, June 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Tactical Aspects of Employer/Plan Reporting," Segal Consulting Spring 2015 Public Sector webinar Series, June 2015
  • "Employee Health — Part 1," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, June 2015
  • "Health Plan Designs — Where Are We Going?" American Bar Association Joint Committee on Employee Benefits Health & Welfare Seminar, October 2014
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments: Health Care Reform, Implications for Public Sector Plans, IFEBP CAPPP Session, June 2014
  • “Health Care Reform: How the Employer Penalty Rules Apply to Educational Institutions,” Arizona CUPA webinar, February 2013
  • “What Health Exchanges Mean to Plan Sponsors and Plan Participants: Modeling the Impact of Health Exchanges and Federal Subsidies,” Segal webinar, October 2012
  • “Multiemployer Plans and the Health Insurance Exchanges - What Trustees Need to Know,” Segal Webinar, October 2012
  • “Structural Changes in 2014 and Beyond,” IFEBP Virtual Conference, August 2012
  • “Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans,” IFEBP Public Employees Conference CAPPP Program, June 2012

Leadership

Joanne Hustead

Joanne Hustead

Senior Vice President, Deputy Practice Leader, National Health Compliance Practice

Contact Joanne

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Ms. Hustead is a Senior Vice President and the Deputy Practice Leader of Segal’s National Health Compliance Practice in the Washington, DC office. She has 30 years of legal experience, including over 20 years in the health policy field. Ms. Hustead’s expertise includes research and analysis of federal laws and regulations that impact health benefit plans, most recently focusing on the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. She responds to questions from compliance staff and benefit consultants, develops templates and training materials for clients, provides training to compliance and health staff, and has helped Segal develop and implement its own privacy and security policies.

Ms. Hustead joined Segal in 2003 as a Senior Health Compliance Specialist in the National Health Compliance Practice. Prior to joining the firm, she was an assistant research professor at Georgetown University’s Institute for Health Care Research and Policy (now the Health Policy Institute), where she focused on medical privacy laws. Before that, Ms. Hustead spent 10 years with the National Partnership for Women & Families (formerly the Women’s Legal Defense Fund) advocating for national health care reform, managed care reform, and medical and genetic privacy. She was an attorney in private practice from 1982 to 1990.

Ms. Hustead received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and a BA in History and French from Tufts University. She is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court.

For the last several years, Ms. Hustead has been on the faculty for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate for Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) program. She conducts webinars and presentations on various health care topics for Segal clients as well as organizations such as BNA. She is a contributing author of Thompson Publishing Group’s Employer’s Guide to HIPAA Privacy Requirements and a co-author of Thompson’s The HITECH Act and Related Rules: A Guide for Employers.

Ms. Hustead frequently serves as an expert speaker and author on a variety of topics.

Recent published articles

  • “The Consequences of Losing ‘Grandfathered’ Status,” Joanne Hustead and Kathy Bakich, Benefits Law Journal, Autumn 2013
  • “Multiemployer Plans Vs. The Exchanges: Digging In Or Letting Go,” Benefits Magazine, May 2013
  • “Genetic Testing: An Ever-Evolving Health Field Raises Complex Coverage Issues,” Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Joanne Hustead, Benefits Law Journal, Spring 2011
  • “Expert Reviews Health Care Reform Law Implementation, Previews 2011 Developments,” Joanne Hustead, Employee Benefits Management, February 2011
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Recent speeches

  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2017
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Annual Conference, November 2016
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments — Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," IFEBP Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy, June 2016
  • "Employer Shared Responsibility Rules and Reporting Requirements," Association of Public Pension Fund Auditors (APPFA), November 2015
  • "Affordable Care Act: Update, Employer Penalty and Reporting Requirements," College and University Professional Association of Human Resources (CUPA-HR): Kentucky Chapter, October 2015
  • "Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) 2015 Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, October 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Strategies for Coping with the 40% Excise Tax," Segal Fall Public Sector webinar Series, September 2015
  • "The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable are Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay," Segal Multiemployer webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “ACA Update King v. Burwell: United States Supreme Court Upholds ACA Subsidies in all States, " Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • "The ACA Reporting Requirements — Gearing Up for What You Need to Know and Do,” Sibson Consulting webinar, June 2015
  • "ACA's Big Issues — Tactical Aspects of Employer/Plan Reporting," Segal Consulting Spring 2015 Public Sector webinar Series, June 2015
  • "Employee Health — Part 1," International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy (CAPPP) Program, June 2015
  • "Health Plan Designs — Where Are We Going?" American Bar Association Joint Committee on Employee Benefits Health & Welfare Seminar, October 2014
  • "Legislative/Regulatory Developments: Health Care Reform, Implications for Public Sector Plans, IFEBP CAPPP Session, June 2014
  • “Health Care Reform: How the Employer Penalty Rules Apply to Educational Institutions,” Arizona CUPA webinar, February 2013
  • “What Health Exchanges Mean to Plan Sponsors and Plan Participants: Modeling the Impact of Health Exchanges and Federal Subsidies,” Segal webinar, October 2012
  • “Multiemployer Plans and the Health Insurance Exchanges - What Trustees Need to Know,” Segal Webinar, October 2012
  • “Structural Changes in 2014 and Beyond,” IFEBP Virtual Conference, August 2012
  • “Health Care Reform: Implications for Public Sector Plans,” IFEBP Public Employees Conference CAPPP Program, June 2012