Keyword: National Business Group on Health
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.”
For some older people, the joy of sex may be tempered by financial concerns.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar is challenging Congress to take up the administration’s plan to end safe harbor protections for drug rebates.
Narrow provider networks can offer payers a crucial tool for keeping costs low for employer-sponsored plans, according to a new study.
A doctor has agreed to pay $3 million to settle claims from improperly billing Medicaid and Medicare programs.
A coalition is seeking legislative remedies against surprise medical bills such as requiring that patients be informed when care is out of network.
A new guide released by the Northeast Business Group on Health offered some guidelines for employers about how to figure out what's worth covering.
One analyst called the controversial deal “the true definition of disruption.” But will this upheaval help or harm the market?