August – September 2013
Changes in the healthcare industry and their effect on healthcare credit unions into 2014.
If you have any questions or additional topics, please contact Nick Moalli at firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-631-7123 or 203-608-7059.
Please Register to attend by end of work day Monday, August 5, with Susan O’Loughlin at email@example.com or 203-608-7061 (800-228-2285, ext. 7061).
■ Critical News from the Treasury
Tuesday, August 16, 2013 | 10:00 am – 11:00 am | Teleseminar
This session will review recent and upcoming changes to Federal Government payment processing, including the all-electronic processing of benefit payments campaign, changes to payments for Nursing Facilities and the recent consolidation of payment processing platforms resulting in an increase in government IAT payments.
HOW TO REGISTER for NEACH Education
NEACH members: Register at the member price of $185 for single events.
Non-NEACH members that are affiliated with the League: Register at the reduced price of $220, a $75 discount off the non-NEACH member price of $295. Registration can be completed on the NEACH website, non-members must use promotion code-CTLEAGUE to receive the discount, and a link to the registration form is also is included in the email.
Register online at www.neach.org/education or download the registration form and fax to 781-338-9627.
Summary of Event Fees:
• NEACH Members – $185 per event
• Non-NEACH Members (CT CU League Member) – $220 per event
• Non-Members – $295
Membership status will be verified upon receipt of registration; notifications of any cost adjustments will be made via email.
In October 2012, NACHA voted in new rules to accommodate requirements of the new landmark healthcare legislation. These amendments to the NACHA Operating Rules allow healthcare plans to send claim (and other) payments to providers in a standardized format, using the CCD standard entry class code and establish rules as to how RDFIs handle requests for remittance information from their provider customers. This session explains the new rules and the obligations of RDFIs, in particular, under the new rules, which will become effective September 20, 2013.
Every week we hear about another data breach, malware download, phishing attack, or other data-security based issue. This session explores the current state of the electronic payments based data security space, the types of breaches being experienced, and the approaches the industry has taken to manage payments-based data security. The ACH Security Rule change effective September 20, 2013 will be reviewed.
This network is designed to provide a forum for supervisors and managers to discuss issues and best practices related to managing people.
How do you handle the employee who knows how to skate by? What about the employee who is good with members, but constantly causing trouble with co-workers? Everyone has an employee that disrupts the team at one point or another. This network will focus on some ‘best practices’ in dealing with the problem employee from discipline to termination.
Barb Bass will discuss best practices for 90 minutes, then open to a general discussion among attendees.
Click for the Registration Flyer.
Interested in learning more about commercial payments?
This “survey course” will provide an overview of commercial payments as well as a look at the current and emerging landscape for business payments. In most ways the basic services remain the same, but channels are expanding into mobile and virtual arenas and new industries like healthcare. Business is evolving from local to regional to national and even cross-border. Discover what’s taking place.
When an ACH payment is unable to be processed, the result is an “exception item”. This session is an in-depth view of the ACH exception process from the view of the ODFI and the Originator. Understanding the nature and trends of return items is critical to ACH Origination. Improper handling of exception items may lead to losses or major compliance violations.
This session with review obligations of origination, review the exception process and review common and uncommon exceptions.
For complete information, go to http://joelkanuckmemorial.com/
Joel was an enthusiastic golfer always “chompin’at the bit” as he often said – to play golf. But for those who knew him so well his ‘chompin’ was on his cigar with his friends. Don’t get this wrong, he also chomped on the golf ball. Golf for Joel was not about birdies or pars but the camaraderie with his friends. “Just tell me what I owe” was an oft said beginning to each round.
It’s in this spirit of Joel’s zest for fun and social that we bring this afternoon of ‘fun’ golf and social. An opportunity to remember our friend, honor our friend, share some stories, and hopefully send a decent donation to Hospice of CT.
If you can’t play golf and feel that you could volunteer in some way, just contact one of the individuals in the Contact page and let them know.
So don’t delay. SAVE THE DATE, September 9, 2013 and we’ll see you there. “good lord willin’ and if the cric’ don’t rise”
Federal Government ACH payments are subject to the same rules as private industry ACH payments, but with exceptions. The Federal Government’s rules are found in the Code of Federal Regulations (31 CFR 210), known as the Green Book. This session focuses on the key issues in processing federal government payments. Mistakes in handling government ACH payments can prove to be very costly.
Remote Deposit Capture continues to expand and evolve in lockstep with new technology, competitive pressures, and customer demand and capture can take place at the branch, at a business location, and by a consumer using a scanner or even a mobile device – upping the ante for risk management. Financial institutions must develop a RDC risk management program commensurate with their risk, following guidelines set by the FFIEC. This session takes a step-by-step approach, walking participants through the requirements and ensuring an understanding of what’s required.