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Employee Wellness: Implementing a High Impact, High ROI Strategy, 3rd Edition

A corporate wellness program is the best way to dramatically reduce skyrocketing health care costs — likely your company's second highest expense next to compensation — and improve employee health. Employee Wellness: Implementing a High Impact, High ROI Strategy, 3rd Edition (formerly Wellness Programs: Employer Strategies and ROI) is the most practical and up-to-date resource on the market to help you develop a wellness program that’s best suited to the unique needs of your employees. This new step-by-step guide reveals best practices and key considerations for maximizing health-care cost savings while also raising employee productivity, retention and overall well-being.

 
Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Coordination of Benefits

Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Coordination of Benefits is the ONLY up-to-date, comprehensive guide on dual health coverage. It will help you pay the right amount when a participant has dual coverage. It also describes the best subrogation/reimbursement strategies when seeking to recoup benefits paid out of third-party settlements.

 
Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Employer's Guide to HIPAA Privacy Requirements

Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Guide to HIPAA Privacy Requirements analyzes HIPAA’s new and existing privacy and security rules from a plan sponsor point of view, so you can steer clear of enforcement — and avoid the liability and brand risk of having to report a health data breach.

 
Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Employer's Guide to Self-Insuring Health Benefits

Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Guide to Self-Insuring Health Benefits analyzes the best ways you can run self-funded plans in light of rising health care costs and how you can manage emerging compliance obligations under the new health care reform law.

 
Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Guide to HIPAA Compliance

Thompson’s HR Compliance Expert | Guide to HIPAA Compliance is the most comprehensive and easy-to-use resource of its kind. It will help you steer clear of penalties and excise taxes by meeting HIPAA’s ever-expanding coverage mandates — including the major changes made to HIPAA by health care reform. This resource walks you through the privacy and security requirements, including last year’s sweeping “omnibus” rules, so you can avoid the HITECH Act’s stiff new fines.

 
Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | Mandated Health Benefits — the COBRA Guide

The health plan market may be changing due to health reform, but one major compliance burden remains the same — COBRA’s continuation coverage rules. You have to effectively meet the COBRA law’s myriad eligibility, notice and recordkeeping obligations — plus deal with new reform and other regulatory requirements. And the consequences of inadequate compliance with COBRA are high — you could face federal penalties and lawsuits. So now more than ever, you need a resource with a proven track record of helping thousands of professionals run their COBRA programs smoothly.

 
Thompson's HR Compliance Expert | The New Health Care Reform Law: What Employers Need to Know

Without question, Paul M. Hamburger, Esq. and Peter J. Marathas, Jr., Esq., are two of the nation’s leading benefit law experts when it comes to interpreting health care reform and its many complex rules. With the legal team at Proskauer Rose LLP, they have done what seemed impossible — conveniently organized pressing health care reform questions and answers to help you quickly and easily find the practical information that you need.

Thompson’s HR Compliance Expert | The New Health Care Reform Law: What Employers Need to Know is comprehensive in scope and accurately answers top employer questions about this complex law. No matter which Health Care Reform topic you’re concerned with, this helpful reference book has you covered. Just some of the key issues discussed include:

  • Determining health coverage affordability and value
  • Counting full-time employees to measure pay-or-play compliance
  • Calculating and paying new taxes, penalties and fees
  • Recognizing and avoiding new litigation risks
  • Complying with new reporting and disclosure rules