This state employment law section provides a range of state employment laws and posters. For your convenience, the poster section features both downloadable state and federal posters. Employment laws will typically vary from state to state. For further information or for individual issues your company may be experiencing, it is always prudent to contact your state labor department or an employment law attorney knowledgeable in your state employment laws. Please view the left-hand navigation for the various state laws covered in this section.
Governor Snyder has signed legislation creating the Health Insurance Claims Assessment Act (HICA). Beginning January 1, 2012 and effective through December 31, 2013, certain third party administrators, carriers (including group health plan sponsors) and self-insured entities are required to pay an assessment on certain paid health care claims. The assessment may not exceed $10,000 per insured individual or covered life annually. Claims that are exempt from the assessment include:
For group health plans that use the services of a third party administrator, the paid claim assessment under HICA will generally be the responsibility of the third party administrator and not the group health plan sponsor. Carriers and third party administrators are required to develop and implement a methodology by which they will collect the assessment from an individual, employer, or group health plan, subject to certain requirements set forth in the law.Click here for more information regarding this new requirement.
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