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Eye through a magnifying glass Employers may be able to start moving employees into ICHRA programs for 2020 coverage this fall. (Image: Thinkstock)

Take Health Command has had a front-row seat on federal agency efforts to draft and complete the new individual coverage health reimbursement arrangement (ICHRA) regulations.

The Dallas-based startup already provides compliance services, employee enrollment services and other support services for the new ICHRA’s older sibling: the qualified small employer HRA (QSEHRA). The firm’s basic package of QSEHRA services costs $15 per employee per month.

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