Title 29 published on 2012-07-01
no entries appear in the Federal Register after this date.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 1027 - Retention of records
§ 1059 - Recordkeeping and reporting requirements
§ 1161 - Plans must provide continuation coverage to certain individuals
§ 1162 - Continuation coverage
§ 1163 - Qualifying event
§ 1164 - Applicable premium
§ 1165 - Election
§ 1166 - Notice requirements
§ 1167 - Definitions and special rules
§ 1168 - Regulations
§ 1169 - Additional standards for group health plans
§ 1181 - Increased portability through limitation on preexisting condition exclusions
§ 1181 note - Increased portability through limitation on preexisting condition exclusions
§ 1182 - Prohibiting discrimination against individual participants and beneficiaries based on health status
§ 1183 - Guaranteed renewability in multiemployer plans and multiple employer welfare arrangements
§ 1185 - Standards relating to benefits for mothers and newborns
§ 1185a - Parity in mental health and substance use disorder benefits
§ 1185b - Required coverage for reconstructive surgery following mastectomies
§ 1191 - Preemption; State flexibility; construction
§ 1191a - Special rules relating to group health plans
§ 1191c - Regulations
§ 1191b - Definitions
§ 651 note - Authorization of appropriations
110 Stat. 1936
122 Stat. 2281
122 Stat. 3881
124 Stat. 119
124 Stat. 1029
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 29 CFR 2590 after this date.
This document proposes amendments to regulations, consistent with the Affordable Care Act, regarding nondiscriminatory wellness programs in group health coverage. Specifically, these proposed regulations would increase the maximum permissible reward under a health-contingent wellness program offered in connection with a group health plan (and any related health insurance coverage) from 20 percent to 30 percent of the cost of coverage. The proposed regulations would further increase the maximum permissible reward to 50 percent for wellness programs designed to prevent or reduce tobacco use. These regulations also include other proposed clarifications regarding the reasonable design of health-contingent wellness programs and the reasonable alternatives they must offer in order to avoid prohibited discrimination.