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Starting in 2023, all Oregon employers must allow employees to take up to 12 weeks of paid leave off in a year.
The CAA requires self-funded group health plans and fully insured health plans to report specific data about prescription drug pricing and healthcare spending to the federal government starting on December 27, 2022.
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Maryland’s Time to Care Act (TTCA) establishes a paid family and medical leave (PFML) insurance program.
The ACA requires most private plans to offer birth control and family planning counseling at no additional cost to beneficiaries.
This affordability percentage affects an individual’s eligibility for federally subsidized coverage from a marketplace exchange.
Georgia enacted the Mental Health Parity Act which signified new sweeping changes for its mental health services.
Employers should be preparing to send the Medicare Part D Notice of Creditable Coverage.
On Sunday, August 7, 2022, the Senate passed The Inflation Reduction Act.
Our very own Misty Baker just had an article published in the August issue of California Broker!
New York employers should now be made aware that Section 196-C was extended to remain in effect through December 31, 2023.