Does my health care plan provide minimum value?

Recent IRS guidance proposes three ways for employers to determine whether their plans provide “minimum value,” as required under the Affordable Care Act. In essence, employers will only be considered to have provided minimum value health care coverage if they offer plans that cover 60% of the actuarial value of four “core” benefits: physician care, hospital and emergency room care, pharmacy benefits and lab/imaging services.

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