On-Site Clinics and Other Supplemental Benefit Programs
Increasingly, employer groups have expressed interest in establishing on-site health centers and other supplemental benefit programs as options for their employees. Employers cite the need to help control costs under their major medical plan, shorten periods of absence and increase productivity in the workplace as reasons for adopting such supplemental benefit programs. In offering on-site health services to employees and/or their dependents, employers should consider the scope of services they will provide and the persons eligible to use those services. These choices can affect the extent by which the following rules and regulations apply to the programs they choose to offer. This webinar will discuss:
- ERISA Documentation and Form 5500 Reporting Requirements
- HIPAA Portability, Privacy and Security
- Impact on HSA Eligibility
- Tax Considerations (Including Domestic Partner Participation)
Attend & Earn 1.0 SHRM and HRCI Credit
Presented by the Brown & Brown Regulatory & Legislative Strategy Group.
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