Are Your Employees Underinsured?

Just because someone has health insurance doesn't guarantee that they can handle all their medical expenses. In fact,…

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Controlling Costs: Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgeries can become expensive quickly, and navigating insurance after these kinds of procedures can force patients…

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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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Your Employee Census Is the Key to Getting Accurate Insurance Quotes

If you're considering a group health insurance policy for your employees — or if you want to shop around and compare your…

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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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4 Health Care Trends to Watch

Health care is constantly evolving and innovating — a fact that can either overwhelm or energize large group decision…

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Partnership is the key to providing the right benefits

Having trusted partners is important when it comes to a company's benefits package. Not only can it make the process…

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Controlling Costs Part 3: Talking to Your Doctor About Health Care Costs

While your employees rely on their doctors to know what's best for their health, it can be intimidating to bring up…

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Controlling Costs Part 2: Being an Informed Consumer

Your employees rely on their health benefits to manage their mental and physical well-being, but they may not know that…

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Should You Consider a Spousal Surcharge?

Between attracting top talent and keeping your employees in good health, making sure your workforce has solid insurance is…

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Leverage Employee Well-Being to Improve Performance

When employee well-being first entered the corporate spotlight, many organizations saw wellness programs as a bonus offering…

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