The federal government has released final rules governing the Affordable Care Act's Employer Responsibility (aka Pay or Play) provisions that will take effect in 2015 for many Alliance members.
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The Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Advisory Council has wrapped up its work for the current legislative session by sending a comprehensive bill to the legislature that includes a fee schedule for medical prices under workers' compensation (WC).
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Federal Agencies recently issued final regulations governing the way employers may administer rewards for health-contingent wellness programs.
Employers around the country are starting to make their voices heard in Washington after realizing the full impact of redefining full-time as 30 hours per week for health benefits.
The Wisconsin Assembly has approved legislation (AB 109) that prohibits insurers, networks and third-party-administrators from contracting for discounted fees for non-covered dental services.
Recently, the tax firm Jackson Hewitt released their findings from a study that shows that employers will face higher penalties under the Affordable Care Act in states that don’t expand their Medicaid programs.
On January 2, 2013, the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) released long awaited proposed rules governing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) employer responsibility provisions (commonly referred to as "pay or play").