Topic: Employer-Sponsored Health Plan
Healthcare incumbents have tried for decades to aggregate providers. But we are now seeing adjacent industries get into the healthcare game.
The latest survey from the National Business Group on Health found large employers are doubling down on narrow network strategies.
As the largest payer of health insurance, self-insured employers will determine whether APMs make a dent in national health spending.
A new study offers a sobering glimpse of the costs to patients and the healthcare system when patients with chronic diseases experience coverage gaps.
High-deductible health plans are commonplace today, but few employers have fully replaced their benefits with such plans, according to a new report.
A House funding bill includes a $168 million cut to CMS; the ACA lawsuit could impact employer-sponsored health plans.
Fairview Health Services is skipping the insurance middleman and going directly to employers with a new suite of workplace health and wellness programs.
A new study finds that the opioid crisis is hurting employers as spending for addiction services and overdoses jumped nearly 1,000% since 2004.
A new report finds that skyrocketing healthcare costs could be pushing some employers toward "no-coverage" land.