Politicians have been working on other healthcare changes besides the recent failed attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act. Legislation has also been put forward to help alleviate the number of regulations put in place on employer-sponsored wellness and well-being programs. Opponents of existing regulations say they have become contradictory for many wellness advisers and their clients.

Allison Klausner, J.D., principal at Conduent HR Services, recently testified in front of the House Committee on Education and Workforce to explain the trials and tribulations advisers and their clients face when initiating a compliant well-being program.

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