The latest iteration of the Affordable Health Choices Act provides more guidance on the kinds of subsidies small employers can expect to receive in exchange for providing health insurance to employees, but generally resembles a draft that was leaked last week.
The Senate’s decision Wednesday, June 3, axed the governor’s proposals that the state’s Insurance Department said would have given 110,000 residents access to private health insurance.
Commentary: With his full-page ad defending a corporate rewards event, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has reminded those who have forgotten—or never knew—that in the free enterprise system, it is a best practice to give people rewards for reaching targeted financial goals.
As medical tourism gains traction, it will be up to HR to say why it is or isn’t right for the company
Getting rebates is good, but some employers and pharmacy benefit managers say that the pharmacy benefits industry needs to unequivocally commit to acting on behalf of employers.
These links and phone numbers provide employers with useful information on elder care.
This list is aimed at helping employees find the assistance they need in caring for an elderly parent.
Employees don’t have to be caregivers to be affected by elder care. Co-workers and managers who are caregivers often affect the work environment and workload for others.
Consultants say cutting out the pharmaceutical middlemen is possible for any firm hoping to contain fast-growing drug costs.
Mildly ill children or elders can be cared for and the hours covered are unlimited, including overnight and weekends.