Acquisitions are tricky, so employee benefits aspects to them may be overlooked. Here's what to keep in mind.
The Affordable Care Act will eat up less of the federal government's budget than the Congressional Budget Office originally forecast.
In the meantime, Republicans are working on a 'plan B' in case the federal government can no longer offer health-care subsidies.
Thanks to a proliferation of high-cost drugs for complex conditions, pharmacy expenses outpace overall medical cost growth.
The Supreme Court rules that a company had not committed to providing free health insurance to retirees in a collective bargaining agreement.
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.
A new bill passed by the House of Representatives would allow employers to offer fewer workers health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Out-of-pocket costs and premium contributions are consuming a greater share of employees' income, even as health-care cost increases slow.
How much did the United States spend on health care last year?
Annual hikes remain historically low for a second consecutive year, partly in response to corporate benefits strategies.