In July, the state of New Jersey enacted two major laws affecting every healthcare practice in the state. On the employment front, a new mandatory Paid Sick Leave Act that requires employers to provide employees with designated “sick leave.” From a financial aspect, a new comprehensive New Jersey Out-of-Network (OON) Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act that addresses multiple issues beyond mere balance billing. As no practice is ever 100% in-network and New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave Act is mandatory for all employers in the state, every practice needs to know how to comply with these laws.
In this recorded webinar, Guillermo J. Beades, Esq., Romana S. Syed, Esq. and Brandon S. Zarsky, Esq., attorneys from the boutique healthcare law firm Frier Levitt, as they discuss:
- What employees qualify for New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act
- What activities fall under the new Paid Sick Leave Act?
- Does a practice have any control over how and when Paid Sick Leave is taken?
- What is the scope of the new out-of-network law?
- Practices impacted by the new OON law
- Creating a compliance plan
If you have questions on how the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act or OON Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act will impact your practice, contact Frier Levitt today.