Health Care Benefits Law


Health Care Benefits Law by Jeffrey D. Mamorsky helps keep attorneys and other stakeholders in the health care system up-to-date on actions by Congress, Federal agencies and the Courts which affect health care benefits.  It offers coverage of topics such as ERISA, HIPAA, and the Family and Medical Leave Act with the goal, as stated in the Introduction, of being a 'one-step solution' for health care benefits law. Chapters include "ERISA Fiduciary Responsibilities", "Employer Liabilitiy in Managed Care", "COBRA", and "Health Maintenance Organization Act".   The final chapter is on "The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act", which offers an introduction and summary of this recent legislation.

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