Tag: GINA

On August 22, 2017, in AARP v EEOC, a federal court found that regulations allowing employers to offer large incentives under workplace wellness programs were arbitrary. The court did not vacate (nullify) the rules due to concerns about disrupting employers’ existing programs. Instead the court has ordered the responsible agency, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission…

Question: We recently advised a client to keep protected health information (PHI) filed separately from other employee data. While we have this recommendation in writing from our attorneys to us in a HIPAA business associate agreement (BAA), I am not able to find any documentation that as a plan sponsor an employer should also follow…