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Employee Benefit News for School, City and County Employers

Final Wellness Plan Rules Remove Incentive Limits

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has removed the incentive limits from its final wellness plan rules effective January 1, 2019. The rules had allowed employers to offer wellness...

Health Insurance Literacy and its Impact on Your Bottom Line

Employees with low health insurance literacy frequently utilize more health care services.[1]   Often, they do not understand how to choose the appropriate healthcare services and may select an...

Do Your Employees Know Their Total Compensation?

It is common for employees to be unaware of the dollar value of their benefit package, especially when they are feeling the effects of the healthcare crisis. A total compensation statement can...

Download 2019 ACA Compliance Checklist

With 2019 just around the corner, public sector organizations with group health plans should be aware of changes to Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements that take effect in 2019.

2019 IRS Contribution Limits

Download our new 2019 IRS Contribution Limits Infosheet. This handy reference for public sector organizations highlights the contribution limits for your HSA, HRA, FSA, retirement plans, and more.

Before You Change Your Voluntary Worksite Carrier: Read This!

Today, many public sector organizations such as schools, cities, and counties offer voluntary worksite benefits like accident, hospital indemnity, critical illness, cancer, etc. Employees highly...

How Employers Should Handle Medical Loss Ratio Rebates

According to Affordable Care Act rules, health insurance carriers needed to issue medical loss ratio (MLR) rebates to eligible employers by September 30, 2018, for the 2017 reporting year. The...

Different People, Different Needs: Using Generational Messaging to Discuss Benefits

Your organization is a melting pot of employees from different generations and life stages. While one employee is planning to expand their family, another one is moving towards retirement.

Self-Funded Employers: Lower Orthopedic Costs by as Much as 80% Using Stem Cell Therapy

National Insurance Services has partnered with Regenexx to help our self-funded, public sector employers with 100+ employees or more, reduce healthcare costs, improve outcomes, and deliver better...

New Download: 2019 Open Enrollment Checklist

As you prepare for open enrollment this year, note that ACA changes for plan years beginning on or after January 1, 2019 may affect the design and administration of your plans. Below is a brief...