Are you ready for 2021?
Hear about legislative changes that impact your plans

Date: Thursday, January 14, 2021
Time: 12:00 - 1:30 pm
Type: A Virtual Program
Price: $125 Members | $160 Non-members

Register Now or call 781-684-8700 for assistance

Expectations of the new administration, the latest appropriations act and the ongoing pandemic are integral to the legislative landscape ushering in the new year.

The new administration will likely impact legislation and regulatory policies affecting group benefits and the health care delivery system. In addition, the pandemic has impacted policies which could result in further regulatory and legislative developments related to COVID-19. 

David Schwartz
Head of Global Policy

David Schwartz, the Head of Global Policy at Cigna, will share a Legislative Outlook for the Benefit Industry, in an open forum designed for lively Q&A and thought-provoking dialog with David and other attendees.

 Objectives of This Program:

  • Learn more and ask questions about topics including:

• COVID-19 Relief Packages to Date
• Public Option Health Plan
• Drug Pricing and PBMs
• Price Transparency
• Surprise Billing

  • Understand the impact of recent Supreme Court activity:

• Rutledge vs. PCMA (PBM reimbursement rates)
• California vs. Texas (ACA repeal)

  • Get an overview of how the election outcomes, including the new Congress, may impact the industry and health care generally

Intended Audience: 

  • CHROs and HR Leaders
  • Benefits Leaders and other Benefits Professionals
  • Brokers/Consultants/Advisors
  • CFOs

Get your questions answered by a global policy head and engage in dialog around what the next 12 months could bring. Register Now


Need another reason to attend this program?
Registrants will have an opportunity to be updated, at no additional charge, after the first 100 days of 2021!


Unable to attend? Register anyways, and we’ll send you an on-demand recording of the program.

NEEBC programs may qualify for CEBS continuing professional education (CPE) credit. Participants must determine if the program aligns with "CEBS Content Domain."