A recent delay on out-of-pocket spending could be complicated for those who think they have a single-vendor system, should their health care provider and pharmacy be considered separate internally.
Supporters of the U.S. health care overhaul are criticizing a House panels scrutiny of nonprofit groups set to help enroll people in new insurance plans, saying its part of a Republican effort to impede the law.
With 33 days and counting until online health insurance exchanges must open for business, states are racing to fine-tune computer systems, educate consumers and manage expectations.
Concerns that the Affordable Care Act may be driving some employers to drop health insurance coverage for their workforce may be overblown, a study by Towers Watson released this week found.
Although President Obama has set aside $67 million to make it easier to enroll in his health care overhaul, laws pushed by Republicans in 12 states may keep that from actually happening.
In response to last weeks legal reminder about the Oct. 1 ACA employee communications, were bringing you more information on the requirements.
Just what is the role of an employee benefits broker in the aftermath of the Affordable Care Act?
The ACA may be experiencing delays, but HITECH and other enforcement continues on schedule with more auditors on the clock.
Craig Davidson on how disclosure requirements under ERISA are a costly proposition.
Jennifer Eilers is Employee Benefit Advisers 2013 adviser of the year. She excels at both long-term strategic planning and in-person client communication.
New research out of the University of Minnesota analyzes employer data and the NAHU database to find a correlation between small businesses health coverage and costs and the number of brokers in a given area of the U.S.
A new national survey raises questions about how readily consumers will turn to these groups for help on health coverage.
Responding to U.S. employers concerns about health care reform, Aflac has launched a new website to bring them up to speed.
During Congresss August break in 2009, the Tea Party helped demonstrate public anger towards the presidents health care legislation, but what has been there impact so far this August?
The U.S. government needs to offset misinformation about the health care law being circulated in states led by Republican governors, according to the Obama administration official responsible for implementation.