Companies Move Cautiously on Private Health Exchanges
Usage of the exchanges ticks up again, but strong growth is not expected until at least 2016.
Employees Seek Cost Savings from Private Health Insurance Exchanges
Exchange participants can either 'buy up' or 'buy down' compared with their previous coverage, but most do the latter rather than opt for better insurance.
Aon Hewitt Scores 15 Big Private-Exchange Clients
It could be the validation that this emerging mode of delivering employee health benefits needs to really take off.
A One-of-a-Kind Private Exchange
Or is Buck Consultants’ “exchange” not really an exchange at all but rather a collection of health-benefits services wrapped in that label? Does it matter?
Private Exchange Wars
The rhetoric is heated and getting hotter all the time in the emerging field of private health-benefits insurance exchanges. Where does the real truth lie?
With Private Exchanges, Workers Dump Old Health-care Choices
Almost four in five employees at the three customers of Aon Hewitt’s new private exchange chose a different kind of plan than they had used previously. More opted for a less-costly plan than one with better benefits.
The Case for Private Insurance Exchanges
CFOs love predictable costs almost as much as lower costs. That’s a key selling point for private exchanges, which enable a defined-contribution approach to funding employee health benefits.