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Workplace Wellness Case Law Update: Impacts to the ACA, ADA, and GINA 2018

Product ID: CA2837D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Workplace wellness programs are a popular way for companies to promote health and fitness goals among employees. Wellness programs can focus on issues like smoking cessation, weight management, and work/life balance. Some employers even offer financial incentives or lower insurance premiums to participating employees.

But creating a workplace wellness program takes more than a desire to improve employee health. It requires careful navigation of many different legal considerations.

Be prepared to answer client questions with experienced insights from Workplace Wellness Case Law Update: Impacts to the ACA, ADA, and GINA.

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Workplace wellness programs are a popular way for companies to promote health and fitness goals among employees. Wellness programs can focus on issues like smoking cessation, weight management, and work/life balance. Some employers even offer financial incentives or lower insurance premiums to participating employees.

But creating a workplace wellness program takes more than a desire to improve employee health. It requires careful navigation of many different legal considerations.

Be prepared to answer client questions with experienced insights from Workplace Wellness Case Law Update: Impacts to the ACA, ADA, and GINA.

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Barbara J. Zabawa is the founder of the Center for Health & Wellness Law, LLC in Madison. She provides legal services that share a mission with health care providers to improve patient outcomes and population health, encourage wellness, protect patient interests, and expand access to information.

Ms. Zabawa previously worked for a large health insurance company providing advice on the Affordable Care Act as well as HIPAA privacy and security compliance. In addition, she was in private practice at a large regional law firm for seven years, where she led her firm's health care team and served as its HIPAA Privacy Officer.

She is the author of the forthcoming book Rule the Rules on Workplace Wellness Programs. Ms. Zabawa is also a frequent speaker and writer both nationally and regionally on workplace wellness program compliance, the Affordable Care Act, fraud and abuse issues, and HIPAA compliance.

  • Help clients ensure their workplace wellness plans comply with the ADA, ACA, and GINA
  • Learn how to advise clients wishing to implement workplace wellness programs for the 2019 plan year
  • Explore the impact of recent court rulings on various aspects of wellness plans
  • Health law attorneys
  • Labor & employment lawyers
  • In-house counsel
  • Civil rights lawyers
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