The Supreme Court wields the power to make it happen, but be careful about what you wish for.
Eighty-three percent of employers says the Obamacare mandate to provide health insurance will have little to no impact on hiring.
Aon Hewitt says the rise in costs is due primarily to price inflation for brand and specialty prescription drugs.
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.
If the Supreme Court strikes down the law's employer mandate in 34 states, insurers would be forced to raise prices significantly.
In the meantime, Republicans are working on a 'plan B' in case the federal government can no longer offer health-care subsidies.
More than 38% of large companies may be hit by the tax in 2018 unless they make changes to the design of their health plans.
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.