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    January 30, 2018 |

    AARP / EEOC Lawsuit - Fact, Fiction and Foresight

    On January 30, 2018, Bravo’s Founder & CEO, Jim Pshock and John R. Hickman and Tami Simon, JD. had a great discussion regarding the court decision on the AARP lawsuit of the EEOC, and what it means for employers.
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    January 29, 2018 |

    Update on EEOC And the Recent Court Ruling

    As indicated in our last update, the EEOC's wellness regulations governing incentives have been challenged in federal court. So what does all this mean for Employers and Health Plans who have launched their 2018 program communications outlining...
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    October 26, 2017 |

    DOL v. Macy’s

    DOL v. Macy’s
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    May 30, 2017 |

    The Debate Continues: Worker Privacy vs. Prevention and Cost-Containment

    These are not black-and-white issues. An employer's benefit plan has to effectively attract and retain talent. But if the benefit plan is so rich that it could cost company profits and threaten the company’s viability, most would agree that it...
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    March 28, 2017 |

    Should Genetic Testing Be Part of Workplace Wellness Programs?

    Bravo’s Take on the Preserving Employee Wellness Program Act, which would allow employers to impose penalties on employees who decline to participate in genetic testing tied to workplace wellness programs.
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    November 22, 2016 |

    Have Employer Wellness Programs Been Trumped?

    In the unlikely event of the ACA being completely repealed and the safe harbor for wellness program incentives disappearing from our world, it seems we would revert back to the HIPAA regulations and the recently established EEOC regulations. For...
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    October 25, 2016 |
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    AARP Targets EEOC in Lawsuit Concerning Wellness Programs

    I and many others were surprised to see the ADA and GINA regulations extend the 30 percent maximum to individuals outside of the health plan. Now, the 30 percent isn’t “out of your benefit plan,” it could be “out of your paycheck.”
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    June 08, 2016 |

    Aren’t Wellness Incentive Plans Just About Cost-Shifting to Employees?

    Regulations are specifically designed to help prevent cost-shifting, and many note that wellness incentive plans must be “reasonably designed” and “not merely cost-shifting schemes.” In order to have a compliant and fair plan, it is essential that...
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    May 18, 2016 |
    News,

    EEOC Issues Finalized Wellness Rules

    The EEOC has issued its final rules to amend the regulations implementing Title II of GINA, and its final rule to amend Title I of the ADA. As we continue to review these updates, we wanted to immediately make you aware of the key elements.
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    May 13, 2016 |

    Ensuring the Protection of Employees’ Personal Health Information

    The protection of personal health information (PHI) is the most crucial element in workplace wellness programs. There is another layer equally valuable: the accuracy of data.
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