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Developed by experts in both PPACA and employment law, this high-level 10 module course will ensure that the student understands the key technical components of PPACA and is better prepared to counsel his or her clients on upcoming required healthcare changes and new options and requirements for health plans.
An overview of all regulations already issued will be presented along with details on specific regulations issued to date. The student will learn what is needed to comply with the new law as well as how the market is likely to change over the next few years and will be able to develop client specific timelines and provide advice to guide clients in planning for the future.
To ensure that students stay current on healthcare reform implementation, we will send periodic updates as part of their continued NAHU membership subscription. If changes to regulations affects more than 20% of the course content from the time of completion, students will be notified and encouraged to renew their certification.
Exclusive Added Value for Members:
The cost of the PPACA Certification course is $495 for members and $595 for non-members, which includes online instruction in 10 one-hour webinar modules, a final exam and continuing education credits (status by state and rules). Upon completion, the student will receive a certificate of completion as a Certified Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Professional. Click here for available discounts.
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*The PPACA certification course is a certification of expertise in the provisions and implementation of health reform. It does not meet state or federal requirements that may be necessary or required to sell exchange-based plans.*
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