From The Journal Gazette: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act enacted this spring promised sweeping changes, but many local public and private employers are exempting themselves from some of its most stringent rules. Many of the public employers couldn’t offer specific provisions they wanted to avoid, but the uncertainty created by the law has led many to seek the exemption, according to a local insurance expert.
Denny Wright, president of IntraHealth Solutions and past president of the Indiana State Association of Health Underwriters, said the law has caused uncertainty for businesses. His company is a third-party administrator of health insurance for other businesses.
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