Topic: Healthcare Costs

    With healthcare costs skyrocketing, should you buy insurance for your insurance?
    By Alex Tolbert on September 6, 2017

    The rise of deductible insurance The year is 2075. Your grandson has had a bad car accident and had to receive emergency care at...

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    New Obamacare repeal bill returns power to states, but will it pass?
    By Alex Tolbert on August 25, 2017

    Amendment wouldn't necessarily benefit each state equally After a summer of debating healthcare, Senate Republicans have yet...

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    Healthcare and Workforce Experts: Reduce Costs With Consumerism
    By Emily Kubis on August 24, 2017

    "You have to bridge the communication gap and make this as easy as possible.” Benefits brokerage Bernard Health hosted its 7th...

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    Is Obamacare repeal over? Three possible outcomes
    By Alex Tolbert on August 18, 2017

    What consumers might expect  It has been a dramatic summer for health care policy, and though Senate Republicans’ effort to repeal...

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    Why a benefits platform makes open enrollment easier
    By Emily Kubis on August 2, 2017

    Don't settle for dysfunction   Open enrollment is coming up quickly, and HR departments everywhere are gearing up for another...

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    Communication biggest open enrollment challenge
    By Emily Kubis on July 12, 2017

    Use multiple channels to improve messaging A new report from Employee Benefits Adviser shows that planning and designing employee...

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    Bernard Health announces strengthened partnership model with financial advisors
    By Ryan McCostlin on July 6, 2017

    Strengthening relationships with financial planners in face of increasingly expensive, complicated healthcare environment Bernard...

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    Facing near-full employment, employers turn to benefits
    By Emily Kubis on June 30, 2017

    Using benefits to improve recruitment and retention A new study from the Society of Human Resource Management found that a third of...

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    Single-payer healthcare—Will states lead the way?
    By Alex Tolbert on June 28, 2017

    Devil in the details Several states have proposed single-payer health care bills over the last year, suggesting that Americans are...

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    Two ways health insurance auto-enrollment might work
    By Alex Tolbert on June 14, 2017

    Devil in the details A new health policy idea with increasing bipartisan support in the U.S. Senate is auto-enrolling consumers in...

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