Some workers' comp doctors have found a new way to dispense drugs from their offices at two to three times the price charged by pharmacies.
Annual hikes remain historically low for a second consecutive year, partly in response to corporate benefits strategies.
Clarity on how many companies eventually will switch to a private exchange remains elusive.
Did UPS's refusal to accommodate a pregnant truck driver violate the Pregnancy Discrimination Act?
The projection for Obamacare enrollment is more realistic than the 13 million the Congressional Budget Office forecast in April, says the White House.
CSC and its client, New York City, wrote software that fraudulently altered billing data to get paid more by Medicaid, says the U.S. Attorney's…
Corporate fleet safety starts at the top: even members of the C-suite might not be allowed to drive on behalf of the organization.
Offering better premium pricing to employees who pass through a “gate” is one of several new strategies for controlling health costs.
CFOs consider how to manage the financial risk of benefits while giving employees what they want — and need.
A new survey finds that a majority would back a plan to restrict entry into the United States, but health experts warn against the idea.