“SECOND, people purchase the health insurance they want from the insurer they want, just like car insurance. People could purchase an expensive comprehensive plan that covers routine care, a less expensive high-deductible plan, or a plan that only takes care of medical emergencies, like we had back in the 70s.” 181 more words
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Accurate record keeping continues to be a struggle for many employers with regard to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). By now, employers should have implemented ACA compliance systems and processes—with all departments working together effectively to record employee data, such as hours worked, benefits offerings and leaves of absence. 425 more words
This post is part of our Exchange Innovator Series featuring leading private exchange, health care reform and Medicare experts from Towers Watson.
I’m Jean Moore, managing director with Exchange Solutions for Towers Watson, overseeing our offerings for full-time active employees on OneExchange. 872 more words
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Republicans need a strategy that is easy to understand, broadly popular and difficult to oppose. It must unite Republicans and divide congressional Democrats, while empowering Republican governors and legislators to resist administration pressure.
Center For Public Integrity: Opinion: Wendell Potter: "Britain's Healthcare System is Better": Give Me a Break
Please listen to part two in a series we are doing about reducing medical freedoms. In this episode two health care consumers in MA are interviewed about their thoughts regarding the label of non-compliance when one doesn’t agree with their physician, and about access to care. 65 more words