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Health Care Benefits: The RX Is In…Our Numbers

This week the ADP Research Institute® released our third-annual ADP® Health Benefits Report, which highlights the impact that changes such as economic conditions, legislation and workforce demographics can have on healthcare benefits. 396 more words

Human Capital Management

THE MEDICARE ACCESS AND CHIP REAUTHORIZATION ACT (a/k/a the Repeal of the SGR)

There is great celebration in the healthcare community about the repeal of the Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate (“SGR”).  All the healthcare-related and other media are abuzz reporting on the jubilation: 418 more words

Health Law Reform -- General

Property and Casualty Insurance

Cunningham Insurance has recently begun to offer property and casualty insurance. This includes personal lines such as auto, home, and umbrella policies to commercial lines including business owner’s policies and worker’s compensation. 34 more words

Health Care Reform

The ACA: Paid Leave and its Impact on Workforce Planning

While the effects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on employers are well documented, the intricate relationship between the ACA and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) has received less attention. 66 more words

Health Care Reform

Patient Self-Scheduling 2.0

As the digital economy transforms health, the most transformative ideas and consumer engagement solutions can sometimes challenge the industry’s ability to adopt and implement them. Reimbursement reforms, risk sharing, migration towards high deductible plans and the expansion of public and private coverage are converging to unleash an increasingly sophisticated consumer into the marketplace. 13 more words

Health Insurance

Meet Exchange Innovator, Joe Murad

This post is part of our Exchange Innovator Series featuring leading private exchange, health care reform and Medicare experts from Towers Watson.

I’m Joe Murad, managing director with Exchange Solutions for Towers Watson. 723 more words

Health Insurance

Public Disclosure of Medicare Payments to Individual Physicians: The First Year

April 9, 2015 marks the one-year anniversary of the public disclosure of Medicare payments to individual physicians.

Information about payments to 880,000 physicians and other health care professionals who collectively received $77 billion for services delivered under the Medicare Part B fee-for-service program in 2012 is readily available through the website of the… 530 more words

Public Policy