–Large employers are required to file annual returns showing the name, date, and EIN of the employer, a certification as to whether the plan is minimum essential coverage, the length of any waiting period, the months the coverage was available, the monthly premium for the lowest cost option, the employer’s share of the total allowed costs, the number of full-time employees for each month during the calendar year, the name, addres, and TIN of each full-time employee during the calendar year and the months during which such employee and any dependents were covered under health benefits. By January 31st of each year, each employee must be notified of the name and address of the person required to file such return.
–Within 30 days of enactment, The Department of Health and Human Services’ website must list all of the authorities provided to the Secretary under this Act.
–No one shall be forced to condone assisted suicide or abortion, nor should they be required to participate in a federal health insurance program.
–No employer shall discriminate against an employee because the employee received a tax credit or subsidy or provided information which shows the employer might have violated this act.
–Health Information Technology is to be encouraged by grants and by the development of interoperable and secure standards and protocols that facilitate enrollmetn in Federal and State health and human services programs. Various programs will share, reuse, and store all kinds of information about people.