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Federal employee health Benefits 1 RETIREMENT BENEFITS The government provides all employees with a comprehensive retirement benefits package named the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). This system includes three different contributions to your retirement. More Watch Videos Medicare and the FEHB Program https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62dcUtfF0bU 2 Basic Benefit Plan Each pay period you’ll pay a small amount to the Basic Benefit Plan and your agency will pay one percent of your annual pay. This plan also provides for long-term disability and survivor benefits for your spouse and children. You must have worked at least five years in the federal government to receive retirement benefits from the Basic Benefit Plan. 3 Thrift Savings Plan The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) offers ben...
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You should be with us in 2012, join now: http://my.barackobama.com/fedhealthvid Senator Dick Durbin asks Republicans who oppose health reform to give up the health plans they and their families receive from the federal government as members of Congress: "The federal employees health benefit program that we enjoy as individuals and want for our families is all we are asking for in this bill for families across America. If you think it is a socialist plot and it's wrong, for goodness sakes, drop out of the federal employees health benefit program. But if you think it is good enough for your family, shouldn't our health insurance be good enough for the rest of America?"
Responsibility for implementing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), in line with Congressional intent, rests with the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The 21st secretary of HHS, Kathleen Sebelius, discusses the impact of the law since it was passed under her watch in 2010. She'll also talk about the provisions Congress might alter, the extent to which the executive branch can chip away at the ACA without new legislation, and whether there is any room for compromise. Looking into a crystal ball, she also offers insights about the future direction of the government’s role in health. Interviewed by Judy Woodruff.
- Moderator: Andrew MacPherson, Senior Policy Advisor, C-TAC - Kristofer L. Smith, MD, MPP, Senior Vice President, Office of Population and Health Management; Medical Director, Northwell Health Solutions - Bob Sowislo, Government Affairs Officer, U.S. Medical Management For more information, visit petrieflom.law.harvard.edu/events/details/aligning-policy-and-people
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ESDC Open House 2015 featured Ivan Rodriguez from the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA). His seminar covered the roles and responsibilities of employers and workers within an Internal Responsibility System (IRS) and what makes an effective health and safety committee. To download content from this, and other seminar presentations visit: www.ihsa.ca/foh2015
Washington is one of 17 states that are running their own health care exchanges. Though problems with the federal system have caused issues for the state's website, the CEO of the exchange says bipartisan political support gave the state more time to build the system. Ben Tracy reports.
First responders to the 9/11 attacks still face fatal illnesses after risking their lives to save others at Ground Zero. Over a thousand have died over the years from 9/11 related illnesses and are memorialized at 9/11 Responders Remembered Park in Long Island. First responder John Feal talks to RT’s Egor Piskunov about the memorial and the importance of renewing the James L. Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Act before it expires in October of this year. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
Find LearnLiberty on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/X9qijG States can require people to buy insurance for automobiles and health care. So why can't the federal government? According to Professor Elizabeth Price Foley, the U.S. Constitution gives the federal government limited and enumerated powers that confine it. The Constitution gives different powers to the states than it does to the federal government. Just because states have the power to establish mandates for insurance does not suggest that the federal government has the same power. Find LearnLiberty on... Twitter: http://bit.ly/RBl3Wv Facebook: http://on.fb.me/X9qijG Our Website: http://bit.ly/RBl3FH
A federal judge in Virginia declared the foundation of Pres. Barack Obama's health care law unconstitutional Monday, ruling that the government cannot require Americans to purchase insurance. The case is expected to end up at the Supreme Court. (Dec. 13)
In the 2015 federal election, Ontario nurses worked with nurses from across Canada to promote better care. Canadians overwhelmingly voted for change, but what does this mean for the future of our health care? Video credits: In the Bird Nest Designs - http://www.inthebirdnest.com/ Illustration - Jess Leung - http://www.alittlejess.be/ Narration - Jennifer Knight - http://www.jenniferknight.net/ Sound Design - Toronto Sound - http://www.torontosound.ca/
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Remarks by: Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc, Acting Assistant Secretary for Health and National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 6-12-15 NIHCM Foundation webinar: The Virtual Visit: How Telehealth Is Reshaping Care Delivery
An overview of Federal Occupational Health, a federal agency improving the health, safety, and productivity of our federal employees.
November 19, 2012; American Foreign Service Association: Federal benefits expert Walton Francis, author of "Putting Medicare Consumers in Charge: Lesson from the FEHBP," meets with AFSA members to discuss federal health benefits. Following his presentation, Francis takes questions from the audience. Mr. Francis is an independent consultant and author who served for many years as a policy analyst in the Office of the Secretary at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. For thirty years, he has been the principal author of the annual CHECKBOOK's "Guide to Health Plans for Federal Employees."
Oct.13 -- Bloomberg's Alex Wayne and Max Nisen, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, discuss President Donald Trump's decision to end health-insurance subsidies under Obamacare. They speak on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." Nisen's opinions are his own.
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