When it comes to private exchange operators, Array Health differs from most, in that the technology company powers many insurers’ private exchanges, including Highmark Blue Shield in Pittsburgh and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona. The company’s CEO shares how private exchanges are changing the way health care is sold in the United States.
Automatic features in 401(k) plans have proved highly effective at increasing employee engagement in saving for retirement, so why are some employers still not offering them?
Retirement plan service providers want to maintain the workplace retirement system status quo. Unfortunately for them, a few influential groups want the system to change.
It’s hard enough for working parents to balance the ever-increasing demands of home and work life, but for parents of children living with autism, it’s an entirely different struggle.
Understanding where employees have gaps in their retirement literacy can help employers craft better education programs.
Any new regulations must address ‘real problems in the marketplace,’ NAIFA says.
Plan fully integrates behavioral health with primary care for more meaningful results.
As the Affordable Care Act’s Cadillac tax looms, a majority of organizations in the U.S. are looking ahead to ways they can cut down on the costs of providing health care.
Russ Blakely’s partnership with a Tennessee physician network is strengthening the doctor-patient relationship and saving scores of money in the process
North American employers may take some – but not much – comfort in the knowledge that medical trend rates are a lot worse in other parts of the world.
Several state-run public exchanges got a shot in the arm from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which awarded $187 million in grants to help develop their respective operational visions before federal funding runs out.
Researchers are starting to monitor physical activity through FitBit trackers to better predict recovery times following spinal surgeries.
Employers are concerned multiemployer plans won’t count toward providing employees with health coverage, and may subject them to penalties. Here’s what they can do.
A new guide is available to help employers ensure their health plan vendors stay compliant with the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, and includes updated information on the ACA.
Companies that make data-driven decisions are more likely to be stronger performers than those that make more instinct-driven decisions.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a technology policy advocacy group, says it has confirmed that the federal government's Healthcare.gov is sharing personal data, including ZIP code, income level, smoking status, pregnancy status, and more, with at least 14 third parties.
John R. Graham, a senior fellow of the National Center for Policy Analysis, recently lauded the elimination of taxpayers’ liability for risk corridors made available to health insurers participating in the public exchanges.
In State of the Union, the president says he won’t ‘refight past battles’ on the ACA
Several of the proposals outlined in the President’s State of the Union address may change how employers plan their strategies on wages, sick leave and child care, as well as how employees prepare for retirement.
President Obama’s plan, outlined in his State of the Union address, makes an enormous impact on a declining middle-class as well as the working poor.