Susan Nash was quoted in a June 1 Employee Benefits News story on the impact that the health reform law will have on employers. She noted that "many employers have already implemented some of the newly mandated benefit requirements [but] I think where you will see changes that need to be made are in the areas of dependent eligibility rules and the annual and lifetime limits, because I don't think a lot of employers have done away with those." Ms. Nash said that "for most large companies, offering medical benefits is a very good retention and recruitment tool, and I'm sure they'll find ways within the plan design to achieve cost saving," but she added that there will be time pressure to achieve compliance with the new law: "Unfortunately in the benefits world there's not a lot of lead time. You really need to start redesigning your plans now." Click here for the full article.