How to Reap the Benefits of Telemedicine
Telemedicine services can lower employers' health-care costs, but only if employees use them — and few do.
How Might Trump Health-Care Order Affect Group Plans?
If companies were allowed to fund HRAs for the purpose of allowing workers to buy their own insurance, some companies might do it, research suggests.
A Majority of Companies Now Like the ACA
However, employers' disdain for several aspects of the law, and their wish for changes to it, remain intact.
Growth Rate for Health Costs Sank This Year
The average increase was only 2.4%, a historically low rate, according to Mercer data.
Uncertainty Flares Again for Health Benefits
Following this week's elections, CFOs are again in the dark about the outlook for the cost, delivery, and quality of company-sponsored health care.
Costs Slow as Health Care Consumerism Grows
Annual hikes remain historically low for a second consecutive year, partly in response to corporate benefits strategies.
Is Health-Care Reform Really Hurting Companies’ Performance?
No, say their human-resources leaders. Not even the individual mandate is having an impact.