A Mercer survey finds 59% of large U.S. firms cover a telemedicine program, compared with 30% in 2015.
The watchdog says the Obama administration violated the ACA by allocating all the fees to insurers and none to the Treasury Department.
The nation's third-largest insurer will stop selling plans on exchanges in 11 states, fueling concerns about the viability of the marketplaces.
Health benefits costs are forecast to climb 5% next year, thanks in part to fast-rising prices for specialty pharmaceuticals.
Many employers with fewer than 100 workers have gotten out of the health-care game since the Affordable Care Act's passage in 2010.
The health-care reform law has contributed to the lower projections for the next four years, but so has a slow-growing economy.
Innovative ways to engage employees offer hope for bringing health care spending under control.
For small companies, acting on the temptation to save some money by dumping an insured plan could blow up in their faces.
To insurance carriers, the more providers in the network, the merrier. But that might not be the right solution for your company.
More employers are moving to self-funding. Here's what you need to know to make the switch.