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US tax law requires that employers report detailed information on employees and their families for the purpose of administering the Affordable Care Act’s individual and employer mandates and subsidy provisions. CAHC supports reducing these reporting burdens on small businesses by streamlining the process.
Medicare Part D was established in 2006 and has successfully operated under budget for 10 years. Its average premiums are nearly 50% below original projections and 9 out of 10 seniors are satisfied with their coverage. CAHC is working to maintain the integrity Medicare Part D, a success story for both seniors and taxpayers; the program delivers needed prescription drugs at lower costs than expected and improves beneficiaries’ health.
CAHC has been a long-standing, vocal proponent of wellness programs and advocated for the inclusion of Section 2705(j) of the Public Health Service Act, as added by Section 1201 of the Affordable Care Act. We believe providing rewards to people for engaging in healthy behaviors and participating in preventive activities in both the group and individual markets can improve outcomes and lower health costs, and should be encouraged, not discouraged.
It is currently against the law, in most instances, for insurers to provide wellness incentives, such as premium discounts or rebates, for individuals who purchase health insurance in the individual market. CAHC encourages Congress to extend the discounts currently allowed in the small and large group markets to the individual market and to subscribers in the Federal Employee Health Benefit Program.