Topic: medical loss ratio

Next Steps? What Employers Need to Know About Healthcare Reform [Video]

From law firm Warner Norcross & Judd, a look at what are currently the most pressing Healthcare Reform issues for employers and HR managers: Women’s preventive health care Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) Reporting insurance coverage costs on W-2s Limits on Flexible Spending Account contributions Retiree prescription drug plans Medical loss ratio rebates Medicare… Read more »

Employment Law Roundup: EEOC Priorities, Non-Competes, Work Travel, Form I-9, ADA, Outsourcing 401(k)s, More

For your reference, a roundup of recent updates and advisories on JD Supra spanning the broad range of labor and employment law issues that arise in the workplace: “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your captain. Looks like we missed our window of opportunity to sign this labor agreement, so we’re in for a long wait…”… Read more »

Medical Loss Ratio Rebate: 3 Things To Know Before Cashing Your Check

One important provision of the healthcare reform law is the “medical loss ratio” (MLR) rebate, which requires insurers to spend a minimum amount of premiums on medical claims, or refund the difference to policyholders. From law firm Schnader: “Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, health insurance issuers in the group or individual market… Read more »