Rules aim to make offering wellness plans easier, experts say

01/11/2013 | Human Resource Executive

Proposed federal rules under the Affordable Care Act that increase incentive limits to encourage corporate wellness programs were written partly to counter future efforts by government agencies to restrict such plans, according to benefits expert Andy Anderson of Morgan Lewis and Bockius. To avoid litigation, experts say employers should pay attention to amended standards in the rules for nondiscriminatory "health-contingent" wellness programs.

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