Topic: Employer-Sponsored Health Plan
The majority of employers have been unknowingly contributing to the opioid crisis.
A new study published in JAMA shows that there is little evidence employee wellness programs are improving employee health and productivity.
Lower income families with employer-based insurance spend a greater share of their income on healthcare expenses.
In a recent Mercer survey, 42% of respondents were in favor of eliminating rebates for both the public and private sector.
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.”
A majority of employers have no plans to focus on opioid abuse or suicide prevention, according to a new report.
Employers that are most effectively controlling cost growth are throwing as many strategies as they can into the mix, according to a new report.
Employers and their employees have more at stake than just healthcare costs, the narrative that is driving today’s discussion in Congress.
UnitedHealth Group is expanding its point-of-sale discounts for drugs, the insurer announced Tuesday.