Every hour you spend managing your employer-provided health insurance is another hour you are not spending managing and improving your product or service.
What does EPHI stand for?
EPHI stands for Employer-Provided Health Insurance
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 2 other meanings of EPHI in our Acronym Attic
- Electronic Public Health Development Project
- École Pratique des Hautes Études (French: Practical School of Advanced Studies)
- Emulated Peripherals for High pErformance Microcontrollers
- Enhancement-Mode Pseudomorphic High Electron Mobility Transistor
- European Public Health and Environment Network (UK)
- Edmonton Power Historical Foundation (Canada)
- East Pasco Habitat for Humanity (Dade City, FL)
- EDSA (Epifanio de los Santos Avenue) Properties Holdings, Inc. (est. 1987; Philippines)
- Electronic Personal Health Information
- Electronic Protected Health Information (HIPAA)
- Environmental Public Health Indicator
- East Price Hill Improvement Association (Cincinnati, OH)
- Electron Proton Helium Instrument
- Education Program for Health Informatics Professionals
- Environnement Professionnel Horlogerie Joaillerie (French: Professional Watchmaking - Jewelry Environment)
- Eastern Professional Hockey League (Canada)
- Esargee Property Holdings Limited (Christchurch, New Zealand)
- Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute (US CDC and National Public Health Leadership Development Network)
- European Public Health Law Network (EU)
- Environment Protection and Heritage Ministerial Council (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Among them: expensive licensing requirements that make it more expensive to train workers, labor laws that make it harder to fire people, and favorable tax treatment for employer-provided health insurance.
25 percentage point, indicating that about half of those with long-term unemployment lose access to their employer-provided health insurance.
1: Excise tax levied for employer-provided health insurance plans that cost more than $27,500 yearly for a family plan and $10,200 for an individual plan.
The CBO report also estimates that between 3 million and 5 million Americans will have shifted from an employer-provided health insurance plan into some form of government plan.
They add the value of employer-provided health insurance as well as Medicaid and Medicare to the pre-tax, post-cash-transfer household income data and find that the bottom three income deciles actually exhibit higher growth than the top seven deciles from 1995 to 2008.
As president of Tax Executives Institute, I write to express the Institutes' support for legislation to conform provisions of the Wisconsin Tax Code to recent federal legislation that excludes from an employee's taxable income employer-provided health insurance benefits for adult children under the age of 27.
According to the study's authors, "the shift away from employer-provided health insurance will be vastly greater than expected and will make sense for many companies and lower-income workers alike.