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May
26th
Preventive Services under the Affordable Care Act (Benefit Minute)

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires non-grandfathered group health plans and health insurance issuers to cover four broad categories of preventive services without cost-sharing. Since passage of the ACA, questions have emerged about the scope of certain required preventive services. Set forth below is a summary of the requirements and recent guidance addressing these questions.

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May
22nd
Cyberattack Affects 1.1 Million CareFirst Members

CareFirst announced on May 20, 2015 that they have become a victim of a sophisticated cyberattack in June 2014.

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May
19th
Protect Your Company from Cyber Security Breaches

High profile hacks — or cyber security breaches — continue to make headlines and fuel consumer concerns over the sanctity of their personal information, including credit card data and social security numbers. Malicious viruses that create havoc on corporate networks remain a major concern for businesses. But hacks and viruses aren’t just aimed at huge, […]

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May
13th
Bob Kelleher on Why Companies Need to Shift to a “Creativeship”

As chief human resources officer for a Fortune 300 company, Bob Kelleher set out to do what his superiors told him to do: build an employee engagement program. He failed. “They asked me to engage the company’s workforce, but I couldn’t do it because I wasn’t engaged myself,” he shared with a crowd of executives […]