Companies and others are loudly decrying the impending excise tax on high-cost health plans — and for good reason.
Provisions of the Affordable Care Act are pushing employers away from fully insured pharmacy benefits plans.
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.
It may be counterintuitive, but combinations like Aetna's planned purchase of Humana could lead to lower pricing from medical providers.
29% said the decision would be good for them, compared with 17% who said it wouldn't.
Here are some practical ways to improve providers' data-security efforts.
With Supreme Court ruling in favor of the government, the "employer mandate" stays in place and companies should start working to avoid the "Cadillac…
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.