Compliance Update with Dan & Dot is a free live and on-demand webinar series tackling the biggest benefits compliance challenges of 2019 and beyond.
Even if your major medical plan is self-insured, it may still be subject to several state & local healthcare and insurance mandates. This program will focus on recent developments that are particularly burdensome for plan sponsors, like:
- The new Massachusetts EMAC Supplement Law (essentially a mini-ACA)
- The San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance
- The new NJ Out-of-Network/Balance Billing Law & it’s new Individual Mandate Law
- Other developments across the U.S.
In this case, the Court vacated portions of the EEOC’s employer-sponsored wellness plan regulations, which involves the ADA and GINA. This presentation will examine the impact of the AARP decision and its “rule reversal” on your wellness plans, and focus on the most important steps that your organization can take to make sure your wellness plan is functioning, fit and in compliance. We will also review other recent health & welfare compliance-related developments and discuss some real-life examples of what to do and what not to do with your wellness program. Approved for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 HRCI credit.
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Would you know how to appeal an Employer Mandate penalty assessment Letter 226J? This presentation will provide the practical steps to take if your organization receives one. Our experts will also review recent developments impacting the ACA’s Employer Mandate and related reporting requirements.
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Cyber attacks and data breaches are more prevalent than ever. In this webinar, participants will hear about recent HIPAA violations and learn the most important steps that employers and plan sponsors can take to protect themselves and remain in compliance in 2019. We will also take a look at other recently issued rules that may have an impact on your plan’s HIPAA compliance.
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Senior Vice President of Compliance
Dan is an attorney with experience in a broad array of sophisticated employee benefits and labor and employment matters, including matters involving ERISA, the Affordable Care Act, COBRA, HIPAA and GINA compliance. His experience includes representation of both public and private companies, as well as health and pension plans.
Senior Compliance Consultant
Dorothy Summers works closely with clients to identify areas of non-compliance involving health and welfare plans, including ERISA health plans, COBRA, HIPAA privacy and security, and the Affordable Care Act and assists in developing a plan to bring the group into compliance.