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The following are some of the documents published by the federal agencies responsible for implementing the Health Care Reform law. For other guidance, such as copies of published regulations and agency FAQs, clink on the links below to the federal government’s Health Care Reform web pages.

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  • Could the model notices be revised?
    Answer: Yes, the federal agencies that issued these notices could revise them at any time.
  • Do employers have to use the exact language in the model notices?
    Answer: No, in fact the agencies expect employers to revise them to accurately reflect specific information about the employer’s plans. However, using the models is typically considered to be a safe harbor – if a plan sponsor uses the model language (and fills in all additional information as indicated in the models) the content will be considered sufficient.

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