The 420-employer National Business Group on Health recommends public-policy changes relating to the proliferating category of specialty drugs.
The fate of Obamacare is far from the only important thing to watch in the health-care arena this year.
Republicans may not be able to quickly dismantle President Obama's signature health-care law.
Employers may not be receiving the best deals for employees because conflicts of interest that benefit other parties maybe working against them.
Those with revenue of $10M to $50M would benefit if the law were replaced, says a small-business adviser.
If the Affordable Care Act is fully repealed, employers will surely benefit, says an attorney who helped create it nine years ago.
Four experts weigh in as the fate of the health-care reform law hangs in the balance.
Save the good and revise the bad, says Brian Marcotte of the National Business Group on Health
Employees, employers, and the previously uninsured are all big winners of the ACA, writes a professor of both law and public health.
As the main provisions of the ACA were implemented, spending increased 5.3% and 5.8% in 2014 and 2015, respectively.