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osWell Health Management Conference Set for Oct. 8 [EVENT]

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Join osWell, Oswald’s Health Management team, for their third annual conference: Innovations Driving Wellness: Advancing Your Programs Forward During the half day event, attendees will: Learn how behavioral economics plays a role in incentives, wearable devices and population health Engage in a client innovation panel discussion highlighting what’s new and…

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Twitter, Reset and Investments Oh My! Highlights from SHRM 2015

Stephanie Kovacs

It was 102 degrees at 10:25 p.m. when we sat down to eat dinner after arriving in Las Vegas on June 27th.  I just knew I’d be in for a heck of a week at #SHRM15! The Society for Human Resource Management’s National Conference was bursting with energetic speakers, relevant…

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osWell Health Management to Host Webinar on Wellness Programs That Win | July 15

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Join osWell, Oswald Companies’ health and wellness division, for a webinar on July 15 to discuss wellness programs that win; measurement and evaluation success stories from clients. Evaluation is a key component to continually moving an organizations wellness program forward. During osWell’s “Wellness Programs That Win: Measurement and Evaluation Success…

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Oswald Health Care Reform Advisory | King V. Burwell Executive Summary

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in King v. Burwell, issued June 25, 2015, allows federal premium tax credit (subsidies) to continue for enrollees in BOTH federal and state-based health insurance exchanges. This highly anticipated decision hinged on statutory language of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which is written to provide…

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Health Care Reform Advisory |Supreme Court Upholds Subsidy Access in All States

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KING v. BURWELL UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT ISSUED JUNE 25, 2015 The U.S. Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell, issued June 25, 2015, allows federal premium tax credits (subsidies) to continue for enrollees in BOTH federal and state-based health insurance exchanges. This highly anticipated decision hinged on the statutory…

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The Diversity Divide in Wellness Programming: Oswald Wellness Playbook [DOWNLOAD]

Danielle Klassen

CLEVELAND – June 24, 2015 – Oswald Companies’ health and wellness division, osWell Health Management, has released a new Wellness Playbook: “The Diversity Divide in Wellness Programming: Appreciating and Leveraging Cultural Competency to Engage All Employees” available for free download. In the Wellness Playbook, osWell Senior Health Management Consultant Danielle…

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Capitol Hill Answers to Cleveland: Speakers Added to June 22 Event

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Join us June 22 for an engaging debate by representatives from Capitol Hill contrasting the Affordable Care Act with alternative plans, and much more. Presented by Oswald Companies, this exclusive panel lineup will offer insights into the upcoming Supreme Court ruling on federal subsidy access, and the current and future impact…

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Preferred Risk Pool Seminar Presented by Oswald Columbus [EVENT]

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For more than 15 years, Oswald Companies has delivered its proven preferred risk pool health care insurance solution that has saved our clients millions of dollars in premiums. Our fully-insured program, designed for employers with a minimum of 51 eligible employees, provides participating middle market employers the tools necessary to…

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The ACA Today: Where It Stands and How It Affects Employers [ARTICLE]

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When it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a lot of organizations have questions. Professionals may feel an uncertainty with how everything will work or cost when it comes to their health care needs. “The number one issue clients are worried about is cost,” says Klonk. “There is a…

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EEOC Proposed Regulations for Workplace Wellness Financial Incentives [WEBINAR]

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On April 16th, the EEOC released their long awaited wellness incentive regulations in draft form.  This is welcome news to employers given the EEOC’s recent string of lawsuits challenging the voluntary nature of wellness incentive programs.  The regulations aim to define “voluntary” to ensure incentive amounts are not considered a penalty…

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