Topic: Employer-Sponsored Health Plan
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.
America's Health Insurance Plans has named Matt Eyles as its new president; Marilyn Tavenner will retire in June.
Payers could expand adoption of high-deductible health plans by educating consumers about them, according to a new report.
More small employers are offering self-insured health plans to their staffers, but the trend is reversed for large companies.
A new plan for universal health coverage sounds similar to “Medicare-for-all” but is actually friendlier to private insurers.
Enrollment growth in health savings account-eligible health plans, once robust, appears to be slowing down.
Now that the ACA's individual mandate has been repealed, the spotlight has swiveled to the employer mandate.
Disney has bypassed insurers and will work directly with Orlando hospitals to provide health benefits to its employees.