Health care will be almost 20% of U.S. GDP by 2024, according to a group of government actuaries.
The deal further concentrates the market for commercial health-care insurance.
After 45 days, major deficiencies in employee benefit plan audits start costing employers $1,100 per day in fines.
CBO report forecasts a $353 billion increase in budget deficit over 10 years and an average 0.7% rise in growth.
Probably so, if the Supreme Court rules in favor of challengers to the law next week.
The economic and risk equations are shifting for midsized and small employers weighing whether to self-fund their benefits claims.
With Obamacare hanging in the balance, Republicans seek temporary protection for people who would lose their subsidies.
David Ebersman's new firm is building a software and analytics platform designed to help people find and access treatment for mental health issues.
Even ignoring predictive analytics results, common sense says wellness savings are real, writes Mike Tinney, CEO of Fitness Interactive Experience.
Steer clear if you're looking for an ROI, says Al Lewis, president of the Disease Management Purchasing Consortium.