Benefits admin firm addresses FMLA, ERISA and health care reform issues.
Newport Beach, CA
November 07, 2011
The continually changing landscape of healthcare costs and reform, as well as current compliance requirements, add complexity to the task of benefits administration. Secova Inc., a leading provider of health and welfare benefits administration services, offers a new white paper to help organizations manage their compliance efforts.
The white paper, “Keeping Up With the Quickly Changing Compliance Landscape,” addresses the difficulties benefits administrators and HR professionals face as they manage and adhere to complex compliance regulations and rapidly shifting benefits programs—particularly in light of health care reform. This can be a daunting task for organizations that are also trying to reduce benefits administration maintenance costs.
Compliance can sometimes overwhelm organizations, diverting attention from their core competencies. The white paper provides clear guidance on important compliance issues, including:
-Why a dependent eligibility audit could help with ERISA compliance
-The specific leave benefits family of military members are entitled to
-Which provisions of the new health care legislation will go into effect in 2012—and how they affect employers
“Compliance can be a time-consuming process, yet it’s a critical component of doing business that organizations can’t afford to ignore,” said Venkat Tadanki, CEO. “We developed this white paper as a resource to help organizations develop best practices and gain peace of mind.”
“Keeping Up With the Quickly Changing Compliance Landscape” is available for complimentary download at .
Secova is a leading Benefits Management Services company that delivers customized “Value-Sourced” solutions designed to enhance services and reduce operating costs. The company’s mission is to help its clients control and drive down the cost of delivering Human Resources & Employee Benefit Services.
Rajesh Gupta (Raj)
Director, Marketing & Sales