Controlling Costs: Long-Term and Elderly Care
While some businesses have employees who are caring for elderly relatives, many others have workers over the age of 55…Continue reading
A Palliative Care Primer
Even if you've heard of palliative treatments, you might not know exactly what they are. What do they involve? How do they…Continue reading
Controlling Costs: Long-Term and In-Home Care
Long-term care insurance can be a great way to keep health services affordable. Plus, with in-home care, patients pay only…Continue reading
How to Support Employees Struggling With Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is pervasive. In fact, 1 in every 4 women and 1 in every 10 men will experience domestic violence at some…Continue reading
Child Health Care: How to Help Parents During the Summer
When it comes to child health care, you can be your employees' biggest advocate, helping them keep their children safe and…Continue reading
Should Your Company Cover Fertility Treatments?
Recent pregnancy trends are making fertility treatments an increasingly valuable benefit. According to the New York Times,…Continue reading
How Are HSA Limits Changing in 2019?
For business owners, it's important to stay informed on the latest changes in the health care space, including the new…Continue reading
Do You Know the Full Costs of Workplace Absenteeism?
While you know that employee absence has some effect on your business, it may be costing you more than you realize. But…Continue reading
LGBTQ Health and the Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace
If your business wants the benefits of diversity in the workplace, LGBTQ health care is essential. According to the Center…Continue reading
Over-the-Counter Drug Abuse: Educating Employees on Side Effects and Overdose Prevention
While most people think of alcohol and illegal drugs when they consider substance abuse, over-the-counter drug abuse is a…Continue reading
Controlling Costs: Children’s Health Care
In 2013, children's health care spending amounted to $233.5 billion, according to JAMA Pediatrics. As an employer, you…Continue reading