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Employer's payment of employer contributions towards an employee's health insurance premiums discontinued during the employee's disciplinary suspension without pay

Employer's payment of employer contributions towards an employee's health insurance premiums discontinued during the employee's disciplinary suspension without payBoard of Educ. of the Dundee Cent. School Dist. v Coleman, 29 Misc 3d 1204(A)May an arbitrator require the appointing authority to … Continue reading

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A resolution increasing a NYSHIP participating employer's contribution for health insurance premiums is temporary absent a manifest intent to create a permanent right

Noting that there was nothing in the language of the NYSHIP participating employer's 1976 policy addressing employer contributions towards employee and retiree health insurance premiums that would create private contractual rights, this decision points out that the rules and regulations … Continue reading

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Premiums Rising Thanks To Rising Car Crash Rates

In many states, including Georgia, car insurance is a requirement for owning and driving a vehicle. Many factors can determine your insurance rates, including age, marital status, and driving record. Other factors may be behind what is being seen as … Continue reading

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HHS Projects Medicare Advantage Enrollment Will Rise As Premiums Decline In 2012; Plans Face Increased Regulation & Enforcement

Medicare Advantage enrollment will rise and premiums will decline in 2012. While plans can expect increased enrollment, the also face increasing challenges in managing the demands of increased government regulation under Health Care Reform and other new regulations, as well … Continue reading

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CMS Finalizes Allotments To States To Pay Medicaid Part B Premiums For Qualifying Individuals

A nationwide takedown by Medicare Fraud Strike Force operations in eight cities resulted in the Department of Justice filing criminal charges against 91 defendants, including doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals, for their alleged participation in Medicare fraud schemes involving … Continue reading

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