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Women in the Workplace and New Legislation Seminar on March 1st.

Posted on: Feb 01, 2018 - 11:00 AM | FREE SEMINARS
CBA is hosting it's first Benefit Breakfast Series Seminar of 2018 on Thursday, March 1st. This presentation will cover the following: The Massachusetts Pregnant Worker's Fairness Act This legislation will prohibit workplace and hiring discrimination related to pregnancy and nursing, and require employers to provide reasonable accommodations for expectant and new mothers in the workplace.  This goes into effect on April 1, 2018. The Massachusetts Pay Equity Law The Federal Equal Pay Act requires employers... More

IN THE MEDIA: Claims Avoidance Options for Driving Down Health Care Premiums

Posted on: Jan 24, 2018 - 03:00 PM | CBA IN THE MEDIA
Author: Michael Cully, Account Manager, Partners Benefit Group, Inc.
World At Work recently published an article written by Michael Cully, Account Manager at Partners Benefit Group, on Claims Avoidance Options for Driving Down Health Care Premiums.   To view the link to the article on-line: https://www.worldatwork.org/workspan/articles/claims-avoidance-options-for-driving-down-health-care-premiums Insurance carriers typically bear the burden of blame for spiraling employee health-care premiums, but the problem is much more complex than a single culprit. In fact, the entire national health-care debate focuses on the wrong elements; we have a co... More

Mike McKenna Interviewed by Chapters Podcast on Autism

Posted on: Oct 31, 2017 - 09:00 AM | CBA IN THE MEDIA
Chapters by Jim Derick hosted an informational podcast with Mike McKenna, President and CEO of Comprehensive Benefit Administrators, on the topic of Autism this month. Mike's son, Michael Ryan McKenna, is living with autism.  One in forty five Americans are living with this disability but so little is known about it. In this episode of Chapters, Mike shares his family’s journey with autism and information on important resources including the New England Center for Children (NECC). To listen to the podcast:  http://chaptersradio.com/2017/10/30/about-autism-with-michael-... More

Comprehensive Benefit Administrators Launches Health Claims Avoidance Program (H-CAP)

Posted on: Jun 30, 2017 - 08:31 AM | CBA IN THE MEDIA
Author: Michael McKenna, President and CEO
Comprehensive Benefit Administrators, a company that combines traditional brokerage services with specialty services such as advocacy, claims administration, benefits expertise and compliance, today announced the launch of a new division, H-CAP™ (Health Claims Avoidance Program™), designed to help clients save costs in their benefits programs. The announcement was made by Michael McKenna, Chief Executive Officer, who said that uncertainty over the future of healthcare in this country has been weighing on business owners and that they have repeatedly been approached ... More

Comprehensive Benefit Administrators Named on Boston Business Journal List, Area's Largest Employee Benefits Programs in Massachusetts

Posted on: Jun 27, 2017 - 10:00 AM | CBA IN THE MEDIA
Comprehensive Benefit Administrators, a company that combines traditional brokerage services with specialty services such as advocacy, claims administration, benefits expertise and compliance, has been recognized by the Boston Business Journal in their recent edition and their “Area’s Largest Employee Benefits Firms in Massachusetts.” The survey looks at firms throughout the region based on their number of employees, number of benefits counselors, and total number of employee benefits clients. CBA ranked 15th on the list. As a result of this listing, CBA will also be ... More

IN THE MEDIA: Finding a Cure for What Ails the American Health Care System

Posted on: May 15, 2017 - 02:00 PM | CBA IN THE MEDIA
Author: Michael McKenna, President and CEO
Mike McKenna recently published an article on the health care debate in the May editon of Banker and Tradesman: Finding A Cure For What Ails The American Health Care System   BY MICHAEL MCKENNA SPECIAL TO BANKER & TRADESMAN   I have been asked recently about the possible replacement of the ACA. The ACA, Obamacare, Trump Care, the American Affordability Act: it’s all alphabet soup. Think of the American Health Care system as a disease. We’ve become pretty good at treating the symptoms through creative cost shifting to the consumer and at the employer levels. We... More

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