Tag: Medicare

Development & Evaluation, Engagement

Viewpoint: Help Retiring Workers Navigate Post-Employment Benefits

January 11, 2023


I thought I knew what to expect from the shift to post-employment benefits when I decided to retire, at age 66, near the end of 2022. After all, for almost 19 years at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), […]


Physicians say prior authorization impacted patients’ job performance

February 22, 2022

Via: HR Dive

The AMA is the largest physician lobby in the U.S. It has generally opposed prior authorization; its website refers to the process as “overused, costly, inefficient, opaque and responsible for patient care delays.” That puts the association at odds with […]

Workplace wellness

What HR needs to know about vaccine mandate for health care workers

February 10, 2022

Via: HRD America

Time is running out for health care workers at facilities that participate in Medicare and Medicaid to be fully vaccinated. Despite blocking President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for private employers, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Centers for […]

Communication, Software

Medicare-Eligible Employees Pose HR Challenges

February 8, 2019


Older employees are working longer, and the gap between the age for Medicare eligibility (65) and normal retirement age (soon to be 67) is increasing. As a result, employers are more likely to have Medicare-eligible employees on the payroll and […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee development

4 Facts About Medicare That All Employers Should Know

May 15, 2018

Via: HR Hero

Medicare is a government-funded health insurance program for elderly and disabled individuals. Employers that offer group health insurance plans to their employees have an interest in learning how employees’ entitlement to Medicare benefits can affect the administration of those plans. […]