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The financial pressures around COVID-19 are creating a “buzz” among employers about a potential shift to reference-based pricing.
Welcome to this week's Chutes & Ladders, our roundup of hirings, firings and retirings throughout the industry.
Workers’ contributions to their health plan premiums and deductibles increased at a faster rate than wages over the past decade.
Employers are seeking more innovative ways to help workers manage healthcare costs, a new survey shows.
In a recent Mercer survey, 42% of respondents were in favor of eliminating rebates for both the public and private sector.
Employers that are most effectively controlling cost growth are throwing as many strategies as they can into the mix, according to a new report.
The best opportunities for plan administrators to control rising healthcare costs may lie in how they deal with specialty drugs.
Unveiling early results from its annual survey, Mercer suggested that health tech programs at large employers were keeping costs under control.
At this year’s AHIP Institute & Expo, an “industry disruption and innovation” track features speakers from organizations such as Oscar Health.