The percentage of Americans who currently obtain health insurance coverage through their employers continues to drop, indicating an ongoing trend among benefit plan sponsors and HR decision-makers to shift costs to public and private exchanges.
A new wellness mindset is brewing at the Palmyra, Wisc. headquarters of Standard Process, a whole food supplements distributor established in 1929. The health organization is planning to open its doors to employers across the country that are looking to incorporate organic strategies to improve the health of employees by including the services of an onsite chiropractor.
The private and public exchanges offer employers an opportunity to help manage costs and provide personalized benefits, but there is no one-size-fits-all solution, industry experts say.
The amount of paperwork you will eventually be responsible for handling to ensure compliance with the Affordable Care Act may be the source of headaches far worse than any errant Arctic air mass you could ever imagine.
Fidelity Investments has concocted a new educational product suite to be available on your nearby desktop computer that will ease the burden that faces both defined contribution plan sponsors as well as plan participants in managing future saving needs.
By bundling all costs for the surgery under one negotiated price and offering expertise that lowers the odds of complications, the Cleveland Clinic can give employers a better deal than some hospitals closer to employees' homes.
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