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As scary as they seem at first glance, complying with health insurance portability and accountability act (HIPAA)’s privacy rules can be relatively painless. Contrary to common belief, the rules – with several key exceptions – apply only to a fraction of the health information Benefits handles. As long as the company remains legally “hands off”

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Incorrect billing from medical insurance carriers is more common than you might think. the typical plan sponsor can get overcharged by 5 percent a year, according to brokerage and consulting firm Corporate Synergies Group. Like most organizations, insurance carriers rarely keep perfectly up-to-date records on their patrons. as a result, plan sponsors often get charged

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With the downturn in the economy, it seems like most organizations are shifting their focus when it comes to employee benefits and compensation. the current situation is also very stressful on benefits managers. In times like these, it’s critical for coworkers to share their concerns, experiences suggestions. Several weeks ago, HRBenefitsAlert.com ran a special report

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Few corporations benchmark their flu programs, a published study  from the Disability Management Business Coalition finds. But those that do often discover room for improvement. Nearly 80% of corporations provide staff members access to flu shots, either on-site or at a local clinic. and 72% cover some or all the cost (typically compensating between $10

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