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Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) as Alternatives for New Jersey Employers
The Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSEHRA) and Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement (ICHRA) are two recently created alternatives to traditional group health insurance plans. Through these HRAs, employers fund their employees on a tax favored basis to purchase health insurance in the non-group insurance market. In light of the shrinking and increasingly unstable small group market in New Jersey, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy conducted the New Jersey Affordable Health Benefits Survey, with funding from the Wakely Consulting Group through a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, to gauge the extent to which employers in the state are aware of, and offering, these options.

We will present findings from the Survey to be followed by a panel discussion that includes:

• Doreen Anthony, Director of Human Resources, Laurel Circle

• Joel C. Cantor, Distinguished Professor & Director, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy

• Katherine Hempstead, Senior Policy Advisor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

• Margaret Koller, Executive Director, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy

• Robert Saphow, Partner, Broker on Demand, LLC

• John Sarno, President, Employers Association of NJ

• Kyle Sullender, Director of Economic Policy Research, NJ Business & Industry Association

Dec 1, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Doreen Anthony
Director of Human Resources @Laurel Circle
Joel C. Cantor
Distinguished Professor & Director @Rutgers Center for State Health Policy
Katherine Hempstead
Senior Policy Advisor @Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Margaret Koller
Executive Director @Rutgers Center for State Health Policy
Robert Saphow
Partner @Broker on Demand, LLC
John Sarno
President @Employers Association of NJ
Kyle Sullender
Director of Economic Policy Research @NJ Business & Industry Association