ComplianceMnthlyRecap MH 5.16.22

HSAs and Employer Responsibilities

Posted by: Vicki Randall    May 25, 2017 8:30:00 AM

health insurance savingsIt’s no secret that one of the primary agenda items of the new Republican administration is to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and to sign into law a plan that they feel will be more effective in managing health care costs. Their initial attempt at a new plan, called the American Health Care Act (AHCA), included an increased focus on leveraging health savings accounts (HSAs) to accomplish this goal. As the plan gets debated and modified in Congress, we do not know whether the role of HSAs will be expanded or not, but they will continue to be a part of the landscape in some shape or form.

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Topics: health savings accounts, High Deductible Health Plans, HSA funding, HSAs, benefit plan design

Strategic Benefits Communication: Integrating Voluntary Products Into Benefit Planning – Part Three of a Five-Part Series

Posted by: Kevin D. Seeker, GBA    May 16, 2017 8:30:00 AM

employee benefit communicationsSo far in our blog series we have discussed measuring success in communicating benefits as well as personalizing communications to employees and their needs. This month, we will look at how voluntary products have evolved to complement your overall benefit plan design.

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Topics: voluntary benefits, benefit plan design, total rewards package, employee benefit communication

Striving for a Culture Change in Your Wellness Program (Part 2)

Posted by: Heather Mills, CWWPM    Sep 13, 2016 9:30:00 AM

UBA Wellness White PaperMany wellness programs start off with good intentions, offer some education and fun, but even after several years, have failed to meet their original goals or produce real culture change. We recently reviewed the first three steps to a successful, sustainable workplace program. Here we conclude with steps four through six for setting up a successful program.

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Topics: wellness, employee wellness, wellness programs, Heather Mills, benefit plan design