The IRS has done what no one could contemplate before: having an employee simultaneously opt-in and opt-out of a health plan.
Dental and vision benefits are affordable and important in terms of keeping employees healthy. The challenge is to drive interest so more people use these benefits.
Companies are spending less time worrying about the elusive return on their wellness program investments and more on the well-being of their workforce.
Treatment for back pain, especially surgery, can be expensive and might not produce exceptional results. Some employers have decided to be proactive about reducing back pain to help workers cope — and save money in the process.
U.S. expats say they’re concerned about access to quality health care, survey shows.
Employees are starting to get sticker shock as additional health care costs are being passed on to them.
Many workers say they’d be willing to give virtual visits a try.
But few companies likely to be affected by pending decision.