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Read the full article at: www.shrm.org 62% of employees rated health care/medical benefits as “very important” to their job satisfaction. A broker can help you better understand your options and find plans that fit your business.
There was no big surprise in most of the key findings of a recent statewide business survey on employer health benefits: The cost of providing employee health insurance continues to be the main concern.
Read the full article at: www.businessinsurance.com Whatever the health plan type, deductibles are on the rise. One-third of employees at midsize companies opt for high-deductible health plans over traditional coverage. However PPOs and HMOs remain dominant at midsize employers.
Employers are beefing up wellness programs and making retirement administration fees more visible.
Major shifts in the health payer industry have changed the way health plans do business and the plan options available to small and large group employers. Fortunately, there are several ways for employers to keep the benefit selection process simple and easier to manage.
One percent of all doctors account for 32 percent of all paid malpractice claims.
Dr. Theodore Strange and his 60 physician colleagues at the University Physicians Group in New York City will soon be hospital-employed again. Across the country, physician groups are going through the same deliberate exercises that led Strange and partners to cast their lot with a bigger system.
Hospital system Catholic Health Initiatives’ experiment with health insurance has hit the end of the road after a couple years of heavy losses. CHI is “exploring options to sell” its health plan subsidiary.
Ensuring providers accurately match electronic health records with the right patient has emerged as a hot-button issue for the health information technology industry as its provider customers come under increasing pressure to freely share records with other providers.