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Don’t let fraudsters eat your lunch

November 2, 2016 to November 20, 2016
Liability shift lifts veil on small counterfeit charges By: Georgia Stavrakis, CPP It’s been a year since the U.S. migrated to EMV technology, and more than 1 million businesses now use EMV chip-embedded credit card readers. Unfortunately, criminals are taking full advantage of businesses that haven’t fully made the switch, leaving even small businesses vulnerable to costly chargebacks. Restaurants have been plagued for years by counterfeit, stolen and cloned credit card activity, but it’s much more apparent now that liability for these fraudulent charges shifted to the...

WBJ: Why D.C. Health Link says tech changes will transform enrollment season

October 30, 2015
Why D.C. Health Link says tech changes will transform enrollment season Oct 30, 2015, 5:00am EDT by Tina Reed - Staff Reporter Washington Business Journal Small business owners and individuals trying to purchase health insurance through the District's state-based exchange should have a much easier time this enrollment season, D.C. Health Link officials said. The reason: big technology changes. Those changes include tools to make it easier for consumers to select a plan or to find any qualifying subsidies. The website also has significant behind-the-scenes changes that make it easier to...Read more

DC Health Link: 12 Days of Tips

December 8, 2014
12 Days of Tips with Jackie Ludden | Project Director for the RAMW/DC Health Link Partnership 12/8 How to prepare for Individual, Family and Small Business coverage by Jan 1, 2015? In order to prepare for January 1, 2015 coverage, individuals, families and small businesses will need to have all paperwork including census and plans chosen by no later than December 15, 2014. 12/9 Mobile Apps The DC Health Link mobile apps are free and available for Apple devices through the Apple App Store and Android devices through the Google Play store. Download towards better health care now! 12/10 Using a...

10 Things You Should Know About DC Health Link

DC Health Link. Get the facts. Get covered.
September 11, 2014
As an integral part of the highly competitive hospitality industry, small business restaurant owners can look to DC Health Link as the leading option available for employer offered health insurance plans. Additionally, employees looking to enroll as individuals or with their families will find helpful tools with DC Health Link. Below are 10 things you should know about DC Health Link to get informed and prepared to sign up. DC-based small business restaurants with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees (FTEs) are eligible and encouraged to sign up for benefits through DC Health Link. They...