Republican legislators have said that they are not giving up on repealing the Affordable Care Act, a statement that makes it difficult for health care and health care-adjacent professionals to plan ahead. 

For brokers, the questions are numerous; but a key point to consider is how much time and money to invest in developing best practices around ACA regulations. While brokers have been complying with these regulations for several years now, the industry is quickly producing tools and technology to make their management easier, such as health questionnaire platforms or 1095-C reporting software. 

Brokers are at a crossroads — will they be working within these regulations for the foreseeable future, incentivizing the industry to adopt tech tools to produce efficiencies and reduce errors? Or will Republicans manage to repeal the law, reducing the need for these tools? 

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