Towers Watson expands its exchange business into the midsized and small markets with its purchase of Liazon, a major player in the space.
Companies with 50 to 99 workers don't necessarily have reason to hope insurers will let them keep their noncompliant plans, despite Obama announcement.
The law is fundamentally reshaping the business of carriers like Health Care Service Corp., but finance chief Ken Avner is taking charge of the future.
Many types of health plans are required to pass tests insuring that they don't discriminate in favor of highly paid employees. Here's what you need to know.
Potential drains on cash flow and perverse medical and legal incentives make workers' comp worthy of CFO scrutiny.
The case for finance chief involvement in workers’ compensation risks is buried in cash-flow and income statements, as well as balance sheets.
Zeroed in on curbing supermarket injuries, Safeway’s risk manager advises CFOs to install peer-to-peer safety systems to cut workers' compensation expenses.
Doctor dispensing of addictive drugs and surgeon referrals to their own ambulatory surgical centers may be driving up workers' compensation costs.
The excise tax on rich health-benefit plans slated to take effect in 2018 could be ruinous for some companies. Is it time to start worrying?
MIT professor Jonathan Gruber, who helped write both the Affordable Care Act and the Massachusetts Health Connector, lays out the case for the law's impact.
Mercer announces 33 new users for its active-employee exchange product, most with between 100 and 3,000 employees.