Court Rules Health Risk Assessment Doesn’t Violate ADA

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The Court of Appeals of the State of Oregon has ruled that a health risk assessment (HRA) does not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  The ADA prohibits disability-related inquiries; however, the court ruled that these inquiries fell within a statutory safe harbor that permits certain inquiries related to voluntary wellness plans.

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