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Cory Jorbin, Esq.

Cory Jorbin, Esq.

Cory is the Chief Compliance Officer for HUB International's West Region Employee Benefits team. Cory consults with employers of all sizes to design, implement and ensure the compliance of employee benefit plans with the Affordable Care Act, ERISA, Internal Revenue Code, HIPAA, COBRA, FMLA, ADA and related matters. He actively presents nationwide on related topics before employer groups and professional associations. Cory uses his experience to assist clients with employee benefits issues that arise in connection with mergers, acquisitions, and other corporate transactions. Cory enjoys finding creative and practical solutions to problems created by complex laws and regulations. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from DePaul University and a Juris Doctorate from Cleveland State University. Cory is a licensed attorney in the State of Illinois and is admitted to practice before the US Tax Court.

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Telehealth Relief Extended & Rx Reporting Relief Issued

Cory Jorbin, Esq.

On nearly the eve of its expiration, Congress has extended the ability of high deductible health plans (“HDHPs”) to offer first-dollar telehealth coverage through plan years beginning before January 1, 2025. This will allow participants receiving this coverage to continue to contribute to a health savings account (“HSA") for this purpose.

Separately, the agencies responsible for enforcing prescription drug reporting have issued good faith relief, an extension, and some additional flexibility in reporting.

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Topics: Compliance, ACA, Telemedicine, Prescription Drugs, Telehealth

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Medical Debt Reform; How It May Impact Employer Group Health Plans

Cory Jorbin, Esq.

With over a million ballots cast so far statewide, Arizona voters are already making their voices heard in the 2022 mid-term election. In addition to Arizona's more obvious races in the national spotlight, Arizona has a measure on the ballot that may also interest those living outside the state.
 
Known as Prop 209, this measure would reduce the maximum interest rate allowable on medical debt from 10% to 3% and expand the assets exempt from medical debt collectors.

If it passes, it may prompt other states to move in this direction, especially those more progressive states or those states with significant populations in medical debt.

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Topics: Compliance, Cost Containment, Arizona

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IRS Extends ACA Affordability to Other Tiers of Coverage

Cory Jorbin, Esq.

Earlier this year the IRS announced proposed regulations extending ACA affordability to other tiers of employer-sponsored group medical coverage (employee + child/spouse, family, etc.). Today the IRS released final regulations.  

Previously, ACA affordability was based solely on the employee-only tier of coverage. If an employee was offered affordable, minimum-value coverage, the spouse and dependent children would not be eligible to purchase subsidized coverage on the exchange.

Under this new rule, if the family tier of coverage is not affordable, spouses and/or dependent children will now be eligible to purchase subsidized coverage on the exchange, provided they don’t have their own offer of affordable coverage.

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Topics: Compliance, ACA, PPACA

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