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  • Clawback Policies Rise

    Large companies are more likely to have a policy for recouping executive compensation when a fraudulent restatement occurs. August 15, 2011

  • Farewell to Brand-Name Drugs

    More over-the-counter substitutes for common drugs are becoming available, promising to take a chunk out of spiraling heath-care costs. July 28, 2011

  • Play Time or Pay Day?

    There's no time like the present for employers to start thinking about whether to offer health-care insurance after 2014. July 21, 2011

  • Mandate Mayhem

    Court challenges to the health-care reform law, especially its provision requiring everyone to buy health insurance, make for an uncertain future. July 19, 2011

  • Healthy Returns from Wellness Programs

    Keeping employees in the pink can help smaller companies stay in the black. June 9, 2011

  • Health Costs to Rise 8.5% in 2012

    Pent-up demand for health services and consolidation among doctors and hospitals are among the factors exerting upward pressure on costs. May 20, 2011

  • Can House Calls Reduce Health Costs?

    A service that sends caregivers to an employee's home or office delivers health-care savings to its corporate clients. March 15, 2011

  • A Preferred Way to Cut Drug Costs

    Companies can slash prescription-drug costs by using a preferred provider approach – if they can get pharmacies and PBMs to go along, that is. February 22, 2011

  • Health Coverage: All in the Family

    To rein in health-care costs, more companies are verifying the eligibility of employees' dependents. February 17, 2011

  • Want Preventive Care? Join the Club

    It's not bona fide health insurance, but Sam's Club's new preventive-care plan for members could enable smaller companies to offer a useful benefit at minimal cost. January 19, 2011

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