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August 8, 2011
San Francisco HCSO Expenditure Rates for 2012
Covered employers who are subject to San Francisco’s Ordinance are required to make health care expenditures (HCE) to, or on behalf of, their covered employees. These expenditure amounts are adjusted annually, in accordance with the San Francisco Ordinance. Nonprofit entities with fewer than 50 employees, and small employers (those with fewer than 20 employees) are exempt from these provisions.
August 3, 2011
HRB 37 - Preventive Care Coverage Expanded to include Women’s Health Services
August 2, 2011
Budget Control Act of 2011
July 11, 2011
HRB 36 - Modifications to Claims and Appeals, and External Review
July 7, 2011
Marriage Recognition Updates: New York and Rhode Island
New York: Same-Sex Marriage
IRS Increases Mileage Rate for Medical Expense Reimbursement
Due to the increased cost of gasoline, the IRS revised the optional standard mileage rates for purposes of computing the deductible costs of operating an automobile for medical expense reimbursements, as well as for business and moving expense purposes. Below are the reimbursement rates for the first and second six-month periods in 2011.
June 22, 2011
HRB 35 - Update: Mini-Med Plan Waivers
June 7, 2011
Health Savings Accounts: 2012 Cost of Living Adjustments
In Rev Proc 2011-32, the IRS released the 2012 cost of living adjustments (COLA) for health savings accounts. Note, the statutory high deductible health plan (HDHP) minimum deductibles remain unchanged from the 2011 limits. The HDHP out-of pocket limits, and the statutory HSA contribution amounts, have increased slightly.
Medicare Part D Notices – Corrected Links
It’s come to our attention that the links to the model Medicare Part D disclosure notices contained in last month’s Benefit Beat article, Medicare Part D Updates, were changed following release of our publication. We‘ve since revised the links contained in this article.
Accountings for PHI Disclosure: Rules Proposed
HHS’ Office of Civil Rights has recently proposed rules relating to accounting of disclosures. The HIPAA law, as modified by the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), requires certain accounting of disclosures of protected health information (PHI) maintained in a designated record set. These rules propose to clarify the types of accounting that are required. Of particular note, the proposal would limit the accounting to the past 3 years.