Large and small employers have banded together to form the Essential Health Benefits Coalition to voice concerns in Washington and statehouses around the country on the issue.Read More
Employers are addressing the practice in part by looking at their benefit design and increasing deductibles and lowering out-of-pocket maximums so workers must pay a larger share for going out of network.Read More
Most CFOs surveyed by the Integrated Benefits Institute say that maintaining the good health of their employees offers a competitive advantageRead More
The survey, conducted by the not-for-profit Integrated Benefits Institute in San Francisco, indicates that the C-suite is increasingly involved in decisions regarding health benefits and the overall wellness of workers.Read More
Ernst & Young joins other large firms offering to reimburse eligible employees for the tax burden—also known as a ‘gross up'—they incur on health care benefits.
At a time when major health insurers are facing declining enrollment in employer-sponsored plans, several are rolling out the red carpet for companies.Read More