Focus Update 2008

Focus Update provides information on Group Benefits industry news, legislative changes, plan amendments, and other relevant issues.

Focus Updates - 2008



Previous issues (2008)

158 - HealthyRETURNS expands, with programs from four leading health management providers
157 - Please contact your Sun Life Financial group representative
156 - Winter 2008 issue of Benefit Bulletin now available
155 - Sun Life Financial Group Benefits employee wins SQM customer care representative of the year award
154 - Increase in EI maximum insurable earnings affects STD plans
153 - Revised coordination of benefits guidelines effective January 1, 2009
152 - Handling disability overpayments successfully
151 - Add more flexibility to your plan with a Personal Spending Account
150 - Our Group Benefits leadership team is changing
149 - Sun Life Financial invests in Buffett & Company Worksite Wellness Inc.
148 - Upgrade to report software coming soon
Benefit Bulletin - Fall 2008
147 - Health Coverage Choice: Changes effective September 1, 2008
146 - New plan member communication: Convenient service through our automated phone service
145 - Please contact your Sun Life Financial group representative
144 - Quebec amends basic drug plan
143 - Time to update eligibility records for over-age students
142 - New Children's Drug Plan and changes to Senior's Drug Plan in Saskatchewan
Benefit Bulletin - Summer 2008
141 - Changes to Group Client Services' toll free phone numbers
140 - Territories release dental fee increases for 2008
139 - Premium billing statement improvements
138 - New plan member communication: Understanding orthotics and orthopaedic shoes
137 - Privacy policy for Canada
136 - Federal Budget 2008
135 - Important news about your drug plan
134 - Quebec group insurance pooling update 2008
133 - Provincial dental fee increases for 2008
132 - Update on RAMQ's interpretation of Bill 130
131 - Legislation in 2007
130 - 2008 Government benefits
129 - Protecting your plan members' privacy
128 - Nova Scotia announces new provincial drug plan