Worried about how your 50+ employee company is going to afford providing health insurance? Did you know the ACA provides a no-cost solution for many employees by expanding Medicaid coverage to include millions of new low-income workers? In most states a family of four can earn up to $32,900/year and still qualify for free coverage.
Sign up for this lively workshop where you will learn what is required to get your workers onto Medicaid instead of your company plan while you stay compliant with the ACA. Learn why Medicaid is usually a better choice for your workers and their families.
Employer sponsored health plans have evolved significantly over the past few years, and employers have access to a myriad of tools and resources to assist them in managing risk, performance, and efficient utilization within their health plan.
Basic services such as claims payment, disease management, data analytics, etc. have become so complex and use terms that have become so nebulous in their meaning, that employers need to have a better grasp of the capabilities of each aspect of their plan. Additionally, they require a deeper understanding of the roles and responsibilities of each piece of their plan, and how those pieces come together to form a complete program.
With Health Care Reform as the catalyst, we will deeply explore each aspect of both a fully-insured and self-funded health plan. We will also discuss what high performing companies, vendors, and employers are doing, and what you should be asking of your partners.
In this presentation, Jason Rothman, an employee benefits attorney with the international labor and employment law firm of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak and Stewart, P.C. will cover two key employee benefit plan issues that all employers must understand: (1) the Affordable Care Act employer mandate, including guidance issued this summer delaying employer mandate assessments until 2015; and (2) the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in the case of United States v. Windsor ruling that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional. These two developments significantly impact employee benefit plans and require employers to take strategic action in the near future to comply with the requirements thereunder.
Employers and HR departments who are ahead of the game concerning Healthcare Reform are will excel above those who aren't. This presentation will be a good resource from a planning and execution phase this year as we work through this ever-important navigational transition happening now. You'll learn about the entire delivery system from the time you sign the expensive group insurance rates to the time your employee walks in the door at the doctors office and how it all ties in. Stay up to speed on the newest trends, technology, and tolls available to you and your staff as well.
Discover how to lose guilt and feel better easily through using the groundbreaking Active Energy System. In this talk Adam Shaw explains the role of guilt in wellbeing and how it can inhibit health and wellbeing. If you want to feel better easily, lose guilt and learn a system that can make you and those who you know feel better easily then this event will show you how.
Through a set of steps that you can do as you walk it is possible to easily increase your wellbeing, energy and motivation easily and effortlessly, saving you time and eradicating the need to find extra time for gyms, diets and strenuous exercise routines.
As health insurance costs continue to spiral upward at an alarming rate, it has become painfully clear, that the “traditional” strategies of changing insurance carriers, changing plan designs, and changing employee contributions will not and cannot provide any form of sustainability or predictability over the long term. All these strategies do is shift risk from one insurance carrier to another, or shift costs and liability from the insurance carrier or employer onto the employee.
Employers must change their thinking from that or RISK TRANSFERENCE to RISK MANAGEMENT when it comes to their employee benefits program. This presentation will outline the three areas of risk in an employer sponsored health insurance plan, and how to effectively manage that risk.
Dependent Eligibility Verification Audits are an increasingly integral part of health care cost containment, ERISA compliance, and PPACA "Pay or Play" analysis. On average, 4-8% of Dependents enrolled in company benefits are NOT eligible. This costs employers 10's of thousands, 100's of thousands - even millions of dollars annually. Time and Money are the most common objections to conducting an audit, along with fear of adverse employee reaction. This webinar explores Best Practices, mistakes to avoid, and the substantial ROI achieved from a comprehensive dependent audit.
Participants will learn what fraud in a benefits plan looks like, how prevalent fraud really is, and what type of savings they can generate for their company with an audit.
Are healthcare costs going up? Do I have to offer health coverage? What is a Health Benefit Exchange?
Check out this free event to get all your pressing healthcare questions answered.
The new healthcare law is coming soon! Join us for an informative discussion on how the healthcare law impacts your small business and what steps you can take now to prepare. Topics include: small employer tax credits, employer responsibilities, reducing healthcare costs and Covered California, the new marketplace selling insurance to small businesses in 2014.
HR.com and Small Business Majority are holding a free online workshop to help California small business owners and self-employed entrepreneurs learn what the new healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act, means for small businesses.
Small business tax credits
State Health Insurance Exchange
Small Employer Wellness Programs
Tools and resources available for small businesses interested in learning more about the law
Especially including incentives, you are spending a lot of money on wellness and related “soft” programs aimed at improving employee health. And you are being told these programs generate a high ROI. But chances are, you’re wasting your money. This webinar offers the opportunity to learn why this is the case before your CFO starts asking uncomfortable questions. All your CFO has to do is ask you what your company’s utilization trend is in preventable health-sensitive medical events (heart attacks etc.), and you’re stuck…because neither your vendors nor even your consultants are measuring or even identifying these events. Wellness isn’t magic and most medical events are unrelated to completing an HRA and being coached: when was the last time you yourself had a medical event that you could have avoided if a wellness program had been in place?
This webinar will pull the curtain away from the magic of alleged wellness ROIs…and show you how you can estimate your real savings without expensive consultants or fancy actuarial calculations…using only fifth-grade arithmetic and “ingredients you already have in your kitchen.”
Further, in addition to the standard HRCI eLearning credits, this webinar counts towards professional certification in Critical Outcomes Report Analysis http://dismgmt.com/certs/cora/self-study, the field’s only recognized credential in wellness/disease management analytics.
What does your CFO need to approve an effective wellness budget that will create a positive ROI? Do Health Fairs, Health Risk Assessments or Lectures create the evidence you need to get a wellness budget approved?
What needs to happen in order to create a positive return on investment? The answers are more basic than most corporations realize.
We will show you what actions you can take to create a measurable ROI with your wellness program, how to create sustainable behavioral change and how to get CFO approval for your next budget.
Not tricks, no gimmicks! Just a workable and repeatable system that will create the behavior change that is measurable, sustainable and provable: the basic on the chain for creating positive ROI.