Identity Management and Fraud Detection Services are value-add services for inclusion in a broker’s program offering. Employee benefit providers are facing a unique challenge of attracting and retaining great employees. Providing programs that protect employees can lead to a great long-term employee relation.
This white paper from Aetna Dental® tells how the Aetna Dental/Medical IntegrationSM (DMI) program helps dental and medical benefits work together for better overall health and value. Aetna’s pioneering integration of dental and medical care is an important part of whole-patient treatment. Increasingly, medical researchers are finding that dental health is closely linked to overall health. Integrating dental and medical data not only helps identify potentially chronic and expensive health conditions, but also may improve employee health and lower benefits costs.
Aetna Voluntary Plans takes a closer look at some key trends affecting the part-time and variable-hour workforce, explores the implications of the Affordable Care Act in more depth, and examines benefits solutions available to employers with large part-time and variable-hour employee populations.
The paper, Benefits Solutions for a Growing Part-Time and Variable-Hour Workforce, provides an in-depth look at the biggest questions facing employers today.
Voluntary products are changing the employee benefits game due to health care reform. Explore how voluntary products help employers meet HR objectives while providing more choices for employees. Review new research on what employees are say about voluntary products and their desire to purchase them.
Companies offering voluntary accident and disability insurance report reductions in workers’ compensation claims. Brokers working to help new and prospective accounts understand the value of voluntary accident and disability insurance have a new tool in their arsenals: the results of an Aflac survey showing companies that make such coverage available to employees often experience fewer workers’ compensation claims.
Changes resulting from the ACA will alter the benefits enrollment process in terms of how employers and brokers conduct enrollment and the level and manner of employee participation. Industry experts recently discussed this timely topic during a roundtable discussionclick to read the highlights of that event, sponsored by Guardian and hosted by Employee Benefit Adviser.
A study by SourceMedia Research and Employee Benefits Adviser, in partnership with Unum/Colonial Life, highlights the cause and effect that health care reform under The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA) will have on the benefits advisory industry.
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