Small business owners applaud the DOL rule that makes association plans easier to buy into, but other parties have concerns about fraud and abuse that have historically surrounded association health plans.
Articles by Rita Pyrillis
Some employees may be feeling a little less pain at the pump thanks to a relatively new perk — fuel delivery at the workplace.
Rockford, Illinois is the latest to file suit against drugmakers and PBMs to clamp down on soaring costs.
Employees without close or supportive relationships at work are more likely to feel disconnected from their jobs and that can affect their performance.
Tech tools designed to turn employees into savvy health care shoppers are everywhere and can be accessed 24/7 from most devices, yet many consumers still struggle to understand basic health insurance terms.
As interest in ACOs spikes, comparison tools are becoming a necessity to help employers gauge the hundreds of accountable-care organizations.
A proposed rule by the U.S. Department of Labor that makes it easier for small businesses to join together to create health plans is eliciting mixed reactions from employers that are unsure of what this could mean for their health care costs.