Benefits represent a company’s second largest expenditure, yet only 17 percent of business leaders think their programs are being managed…
The chief executives of two health-care giants want the industry to move further toward payments based on quality of care.
If companies were allowed to fund HRAs for the purpose of allowing workers to buy their own insurance, some companies might do it, research suggests.
However, employers' disdain for several aspects of the law, and their wish for changes to it, remain intact.
The rate of spending increase on high-tech pharmaceuticals will top 17% for a second consecutive year, a study says.
Employers expect to cut way back next year on shifting health costs to their workers.
While millions would become uninsured if the bill became law, group health plans would mostly benefit, observers say.
Consumer-directed health plans may not become as ubiquitous as once thought, survey results suggest.
Standard approaches to measuring returns on wellness initiatives are worthless, as the analysis must be customized to a company's particular needs.