Spencer Fane attorney Laura Fischer recently spoke to Denver Business Journal reporter Analisa Romano about the end of the COVID-19 pandemic as a federal public health emergency. She provided an update about what this status change means for employers.
In the article, What Colorado Businesses Need to Know as the Federal Public Health Emergency Ends, Laura explained a key shift in employer health plan requirements explaining that although plans were previously required to cover the full cost of COVID-19 tests and vaccines whether received in-network or out-of-network, with the end of the emergency period, plans are only required to cover COVID-19 vaccines at 100% when received in-network.
At Spencer Fane, Laura dedicates herself to delivering a high level of service to her clients as an experienced ERISA attorney providing guidance as Fund Counsel to employee benefit plans. Laura is equipped to advise clients on a variety of compliance issues, including ERISA, HIPAA, and the Affordable Care Act mandates. With her counsel, clients can more adeptly navigate the complex and ever-changing regulations regarding the administration and distribution of employee benefits.
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