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Time for a Check-Up: Wellness Program Design & Administration

Thomson Reuters / EBIA

Mar. 8, 2018
Recorded Online

With the soaring popularity of wellness programs, evolving technology tools, and a slew of overlapping — and sometimes conflicting — rules under multiple federal laws and court decisions, how can employers, service providers, and their advisors stay on top of the latest developments in program design and administration?

Tune in for a check-up from experienced benefits attorneys who put the legal rules in perspective and offer insight on best practices.

By the end of this webinar, you should be able to: explain what types of wellness programs need to be analyzed under HIPAA, GINA, and ADA nondiscrimination rules; explain the income tax rules applicable to wellness program rewards; determine the applicable limits on wellness program rewards or incentives; determine when health risk assessments can be used and what information can and cannot be collected; and implement wellness program practices that comply with nondiscrimination, notice, and confidentiality requirements under federal law.

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