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Health Care Cost

FSA vs HSA

May 31, 2018

FSA vs HSA: Which is Best For Your Employees?

The topic of employee benefits has gone from watercooler conversation to national news, and employees are more engaged with their benefits than ever. Open Enrollment will be here before you know it, and your employees will be thinking about making changes—specifically: how to maximize the money they spend on medical care. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are two ways employers can […]

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health insurance benchmark report

March 22, 2018

Health Insurance Trends | HMOs, PPOs, and HSAs

If you’re running a small business, we know you care deeply about your employees. One of the most important roles a company can play in its workers’ lives is providing the appropriate health insurance plans for them and their families. But between ACA regulations, a sea of acronyms, and geographical limitations, it can be extremely […]

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Healthcare Colin Rogers

March 16, 2018

How American Healthcare is Affecting Small Business Owners

This week, Cigna flagged its interest ($67B worth of interest) in acquiring Express Scripts — the latest push in the ever-changing landscape of incumbent players and private industry to rewrite rules for American healthcare. If you are an employer, one of your biggest priorities is likely ensuring accessible, affordable healthcare coverage for your staff. And […]

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patients at healthcare clinic

March 15, 2018

The State of Healthcare | Association Health Plans and What Comes Next

Although healthcare dominated the political conversation in 2017, the year came and went without the sweeping reform so many expected. In the absence of a pending bill or stated agenda for 2018, let’s take a few moments to assess what’s going on in the benefits world. The ACA Still Matters for Employers After last year’s […]

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healthcare perspective by bud bowlin

March 4, 2018

Can Business Create a Cure for Affordable Healthcare?

The US healthcare markets “sneezed” last month when Jeff Bezos, Jamie Dimon, and Warren Buffett agreed to throw in together to try to make some sense of what it would take to change the upward spiral of healthcare costs and improve the health outcomes for their nearly 900,000 combined employees. And while this is a […]

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Healthcare Colin Rogers

February 3, 2018

The Great Healthcare Experiment: Another Hat in the Ring

Creating access to quality, affordable healthcare has long been seen as the proverbial Gordian Knot. Solving that problem is what gets me out of bed every day. The US spends more on healthcare per capita than any other country on the planet.  US. healthcare spending reached $3.3 trillion — or $10,348 per person — in […]

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