Keyword: National Business Group on Health
Employers have plenty of concerns about plans to expand Medicare coverage, a new survey shows.
Many large employers are turning to emerging options such as advanced primary care to meet their employees’ needs, a new survey shows.
Employees want their employers to offer additional support for their mental and financial health, a new survey shows.
Next year is shaping up to be the year employers fully embrace an activist role in healthcare, according to a new report from PwC.
A small but growing number of business executives are lining up to support a “Medicare for All” national health program.
Four out of five employees rate their employers’ well-being programs as valuable, according to a new report.
Many people enrolled in employer-sponsored plans are satisfied with them—when they're more shielded from cost-sharing, that is, new data show.
Fidelity and the NBGH found large employers are expected to spend an average of $3.6 million this year on wellness programs.
Employers are skeptical the promised perks of healthcare consolidation will truly materialize.
Azar said that any approach to bring down drug prices that does not tackle pharmacy benefit manager rebates “will not deliver the results.”