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Consumers Take the Power Back

There are few people I encounter these days that do not feel that the current model of healthcare in the United states is broken. Most agree they are displeased with the costs as well as the care they receive. 1,595 more words


10 Questions Employers Should be Ready to Answer During Open Enrollment

Willis Towers Watson this week released a list of the top 10 questions employees should ask their employers about 2017 plan offerings before selecting new plans or renewing existing ones. 147 more words

Health Insurance

Stable, Steady, and Single: The State of the Health Benefits Market

What is the current state of the health benefits market? ADP’s Christopher Ryan, Vice President for Strategic Advisory Services, highlights the current state of the health benefits market according to ADP’s Annual Health Benefits Report. 133 more words

Benefits Administration

JAMA Forum: Re-engaging in Health Care Reform

As we approach the election this fall, it seems like the news media report on little else. Unfortunately, too little news coverage addresses health care reform. 1,118 more words

The JAMA Forum

Time Off, ACA Regulations and Your Small Business Clients

John Haslinger, Vice President of Strategic Advisory Services recently caught up with Taija Sparkman, Assistant Editor of CPA Practice Advisor while they were both at the Midwest Accounting Show, in Chicago, IL on August 23. 129 more words

Human Resources

Pros and Cons of Outsourcing Benefits Administration

Affordable Care Act regulations and other government rules have many employers wondering whether it would be more cost effective and prudent to outsource employee benefits administration. 485 more words

Employee Benefits