The April 18 announcement, a merger with Catalyst Health Solutions Inc., outstripped that deal and would create a combined company that covers 25 million members nationwide.Read More
The Internal Revenue Service is expected to publish the official HSA contribution limits in May.Read More
Many questions have been raised about the fees and to which type of health plans they would apply.Read More
The new options include the Wal-Mart Rx Network, which directs employees to fill prescriptions at the international retailer; and the Rx4Value formulary, which swaps certain name brand drugs for generic.Read More
Mobile clinics, a relatively new phenomenon, offer an alternative for employers who might not otherwise be able to reach geographically scattered workers.Read More
How should we define employee engagement? Is it more than good morale and camaraderie?
—In Search of Meaning, senior leader, hospitality, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamRead More
Which standard form (if any) must employees fill out when they decline health care coverage?
—Paper Weight, executive assistant, maintenance/janitorial, New JerseyRead More
Tough questioning of attorneys representing the Obama administration have led some to predict that the U.S. Supreme Court will repeal the mandate, though others say don't read too much into the March 26-28 oral arguments. Read More
According to one expert, if PPACA is allowed to stand without the individual mandate 'the whole thing goes south very quickly.'Read More
At issue in the final day of oral arguments on health care reform was whether the individual mandate, which requires most U.S. residents to enroll in a qualified plan or pay a financial penalty, is so intertwined with the broader law that the entire law would fall if the court rules the mandate is unconstitutional.