The U.S. Department of Labors Employee Benefits Security Administration has issued new guidance on the Affordable Care Act requirement that employers provide employees with a notice of their health insurance coverage options available through the future health insurance exchanges.
Recent data released by consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers looks at how employers were impacted by the health law that took effect in Massachusetts seven years ago. While its no true indicator of what will happen in the future, it could nod to some overall trends.
Lowering sodium intake, a drumbeat of doctors efforts to improve patient health, may have the opposite effect if taken to the extreme, scientists said.
Because Sara Tenenbein's mother had an aggressive breast cancer at the young age of 37, the wellness advocate began thinking about her own options at age 28. Hear why she's applauding Angelina Jolie, her own decision to have a preventative mastectomy and why this "trend" may not impact insurance all that much. Tenenbein's blog, www.meredone.com, explores health and wellness issues.
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The CEO of Cornerstone Broker Insurance Services shares how and why his company set up their private health insurance exchange and why it may help you make a "multitude of the money you made yesterday."