A doctor and patient sit at a glass desk and have an in-office consultation.

Should Your Business Offer In-Office Doctors’ Appointments?

Doctors' appointments can be a hassle, in part because of the cost and in part because going to see a doctor on a weekday…

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How Employers Can Promote Health Care Innovation

The health care landscape is rapidly changing as employers, patients and health care providers look for ways to contain…

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The low employment rate makes employer health benefits essential — prepare the way by establishing the benefits that employees value most.

Amid Low Unemployment Rates, Health Insurance Could Be the Key to Employee Recruitment and Retention

In many ways, the 2018 economy has been marked by the optimism of bull markets and a low unemployment rate — the lowest,…

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Do your homework when considering association health plans.

Is an Association Health Plan Right for Your Business?

If you're a small business owner or self-employed, there's a new way to get health care. The Department of Labor recently…

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How AI Could Optimize Your Health Benefits

Ours is an exciting era. Robots can do brain surgery, and search engines may know you have cancer before you do. But in…

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How to Get Employees to Choose High-Value Providers

As more employers consider a value-based care model for their benefits package — that is, shifting to options that reward…

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Delayed retirement and the cost of employer health care

How Delayed Retirement Impacts Health Insurance Costs

Every day, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65. And although the median retirement age is about 62, the share of people over 65 who…

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A company's buying group discusses small business health insurance options to build a consensus.

The Health Insurance Buying Process, Part 6: Creating Consensus

Making any sort of business investment means entering into what can be an intimidatingly complex process — and buying…

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How to Help Retirees Manage Health Care

A 65-year-old couple retiring this year will need $280,000 to cover their health care costs in retirement — and that…

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The Health Insurance Buying Process, Part 2: Exploring Solutions

Making any sort of business investment means entering into what can be an intimidatingly complex process — and buying…

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The Health Insurance Buying Process, Part 1: Identifying the Problem

Making any sort of business investment means entering into what can be an intimidatingly complex process — and buying…

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A 6-Step Guide to the Health Insurance Buying Process

When it comes to employee benefits, purchasing health insurance is arguably the most important decision you will make each…

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