Large employers are continuing to make more use of self-insurance programs; small employers that still offer health benefits are making less use of them.
Most small businesses either incorrectly believe or aren’t sure whether they must provide health insurance to employees in 2014, a recent survey shows.
Free sessions focus on benefits, changes.
A few weeks ago, I attended a regularly scheduled board meeting at a credit union. The CFO was delivering his financial report that included the line item reflecting the cost for employee health care. There was a discussion about this important issue and the impact it was having on the...
There are lessons to be learned about the ongoing debate that are applicable to all of us.
Employers using wellness programs are seeing a 6.1% average annual medical cost trend reduction, according to a new study.
New survey says employers with large part-time, low-wage workforce more likely to try to avoid triggering coverage requirement.
Insuritas adds four credit unions to its client list.
Survey also shows preference for company-provided plans over exchanges.
Two giant reform requirements are forcing employers to reconsider how they’ll offer health care coverage and whether it’ll be cheaper just to drop their plans.