Benefits Quarterly 2017 - Mental Health
The first quarter issue of Benefits Quarterly focuses on Mental Health and is now available in Members Only. Printed copies will be mailed to all Society members. Start your reading now with these two articles:
"Opioid Addiction and Implications for Employers" by Sandra Kuhn, Mercer. And
"Return-to-Work Strategies for Employees With Mental Health Concerns" by Georgia Pomaki, Ph.D., Manulife. (2/9/17)
2017 Continuing Education Exam - Testing Opens April 15
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Mental Health and Substance Abuse Benefits: 2016 Survey Results
Employee benefits and workplace concerns surrounding mental health and substance abuse in Canada and the U.S. were examined in this survey report. While the impact is difficult to measure, organizations in both countries are beginning to articulate how depression, alcohol and prescription drug abuse, anxiety and sleep deprivation affect their workforces. [Read more] (12/20/16)
What's New in ACA University?
ACA University is a virtual environment that provides the essential information needed to work though the changes ACA will bring to the industry, your daily responsibilities and health care's long-term future. Access to ACA University is included with Society membership. Recently released information includes:
- FAQ - What is a "qualified small employer health reimbursement arrangement" (QSEHRA) and is it considered a group health plan?
View these documents and more now. [Registration is required]
Report Your CEBS Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits
Enter, view or edit your CPE activities and credits through your International Foundation profile. Log in at
www.ifebp.org/myprofile and click "Manage Your CPE Credits" to the right of your name. The username or login is your 6- or 8-digit member number and the password is traditionally your last name. If you need assistance, please contact the CEBS customer service team during business hours at 800-449-2327, option 3 or