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Community COVID-19 Resource Center

 

CAJPA's Communications Committee has compiled a list of resources to assist our members as they respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please keep in mind that these are meant to serve as templates. If your organization has a resource that you feel would be beneficial to your fellow risk pool professionals please contact us at info@cajpa.org for consideration. NOTE: This page will be updated regularly as resources are reviewed by our Communication's Committee.

 

COVID-19 California: State of Preparedness (California Advocates, Last updated September 2, 2020)


Resources have been categorized by topic:

Interested in topics not limited to COVID-19? Our CAJPA Community Forum will soon be live which will serve as a platform for members to connect with fellow risk pool professionals and get community support in an ever-changing industry.

 


RISK MANAGEMENT ADVICE

Reopening Resources

Guidelines and Protocols


REMOTE WORK RESOURCES AND COMMUNICATIONS

Operational Guidelines and Resources for Pools

 

Other Useful Resources

NOTE: Some of these links might include marketing references to software tools or other proprietary resources. It’s not CAJPA’s intent to endorse a service, tool or service provider. Rather, we believe there’s value for pools in these materials irrespective of any marketing messaging.


CLAIMS AND COVERAGE INFORMATION

  • The IRS has announced it will allow temporary changes to section 125 cafeteria plans, including:
    • An extended claims period for health flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) and dependent care assistance programs.
    • The ability to make mid-year changes for health coverage, health FSAs, and dependent care assistance programs.
    • The ability to apply earlier relief for high-deductible health plans to cover expenses related to COVID-19.
    • A temporary exemption for telehealth services retroactively to Jan. 1, 2020.
    • An increased limit for unused health FSA carryover amounts (from $500 up to $550, as adjusted annually for inflation).

UPDATES ON WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PRESUMPTIONS AND EXPANSIONS

California’s governor has issued an executive order providing a rebuttable workers’ compensation presumption to any employee at any place of business if there at the direction of the employer. Earlier, California cities and school districts joined with private companies to challenge a workers’ compensation proposal.

NEWS AND ANALYSIS


GENERAL INFORMATION RELATED TO COVID-19

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