BenefitsPRO Magazine-February 2017

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  • Knowledge

    Alan Goforth

    A. Mark Fendrick, M.D., has captured the spirit of the shifting political landscape in 2017.

  • The future of workplace well-being

    Dr. Rajiv Kumar

    Employee well-being remains top of mind for many companies, and 2017 promises plenty of innovation as employers work to engage and empower their employees.

  • Tools

    Scott Wooldridge

    Keeping health care costs down has long been a pressing issue for employers.

  • 10 nutritional health trends for 2017

    Marlene Y. Satter

    Whether it's part of your New Year's resolution or just a way to keep health care costs down, here are 10 healthy habits to take on in 2017.

  • 6 compliance issues to watch for in 2017

    Vic Saliterman

    Organizations are already grappling with an uncertain legislative and regulatory landscape. And as 2017 begins to unfold, possible changes to federal and state human resources and health compliance laws are looming large.

  • It's more than a job

    Paul Wilson

    Ask most anyone in the benefits industry to recall a pivotal career moment, and many point to a memorable claim experience.

  • A family affair

    Paul Wilson

    Taylor Lindsey is a partner at Employee Benefits Consultants, Inc., a fourth generation family-operated benefits agency based in Richlands, Virginia.

  • Here be dragons

    Paul Wilson

    These days, the world often seems like a pretty small place.

  • Responsibility

    Paul Johnson

    America's health care landscape is in flux.

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