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DataPath’s VP for Product Development to Speak at IHC’s Private Exchange Forum

Today, DataPath Inc., a company specializing in innovative healthcare administration solutions announced that Greg Licata, Vice President for Product Development, will be a workshop speaker at a national forum on private exchanges being held September 1 -2 in Baltimore.

The Hidden Costs of Indemnity Payments

Indemnity payments represent a significant portion of workers’ compensation spend – anywhere from 40 to 60 percent of claim costs. A recent white paper published by DataPath finds that traditional processing methods for indemnity payments may be costing claimants and businesses more than they anticipated.

IRS Guidance Provides Limited Transition Relief

As part of Notice 2015-7, the IRS issued guidance on Feb. 18 providing limited transition relief for certain premium reimbursement plans, including: ...

DataPath Provider Payments Simplifies Reimbursements for Workers’ Compensation Payers

Managing provider payments can prove both challenging and costly for workers’ compensation payers. To help streamline this process, DataPath, Inc. announced today that it has launched an electronic provider payment solution for workers' compensation.

DataPath RenewCard Automates Workers' Compensation Indemnity Payment Processing

RenewCard reduces indemnity payment expenses, manual errors; simplifies tracking...

IRS Expands Election Changes Allowed Under Section 125 Cafeteria Plans

On September 18, The IRS has expanded the permitted election changes for health coverage under a Section 125 Cafeteria Plan...

Legal Battles with the ACA Emerge As Rulings on Subsidies Conflict

On July 22, The D.C. federal appeals court panel decided the health law was illegally overreaching – the federal government could not subsidize coverage bought by people in the federal insurance marketplace. Within a few hours, a Virginia district court ruled in opposition emphasizing the HHS is still mandated to provide access to the marketplaces not offered by the state...

Supreme Court Narrows ACA Contraceptive Coverage Mandate

In the final decision of its nine-month 2013-14 session, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 30 that closely held companies can claim a religious exemption from the ACA requirement that employee health plans include comprehensive birth-control coverage...

Employer Pre-Tax Reimbursement for Individual Policies is Prohibited - Again

Recently the IRS issued further FAQ guidance reiterating that any pre-tax funding mechanism for purchasing active-employee individual-market health coverage is precluded under the ACA....

Most HSA Owners Contribute, But Few Max Out

Just over one-half of HSA owners contributed to their account in 2013, according to data collected by the Employee Benefit Research Institute ...


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