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Since its inception in 2003, health savings accounts have grown at a phenomenal rate. Today, there are more than 10 million accounts nationwide, a figure thats expected to increase significantly in the next few years.
With little motivation for todays brokers to stay in the game, what will drive a new wave of young professionals into the industry?
They say insurance is the one career no one really plans to follow.
When it comes to compensating and rewarding employees, more companies are going less traditional.
To many, the phrase consumer-driven health care is another way of saying higher deductibles and co-pays. Make it more expensive to access medical care, the logic goes, and employees will think harder about whether that doctors visit is really necessary.
In the case of industry strength, who wins: man or machine? When trying to find the answer, professionals find themselves between a rock and a hard place.
Every day a new miraculous technology arises from the primordial ooze that is innovation. The latest tablet device arrives with great fanfare. Apple upgrades its i whatever.
I complain a lot about wellness. And I use the verb complain, because it remains one of those weird social-political issues everyone seems to support in principle.
The United States is by far the country that spends most on health care, yet has the worst overall population health, according to a new report.
Over the last 12 months, the U.S. Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed several rules, regulations and legislation that will soon change retirement planning for allinvestment companies, employers and investors.
Daniel LaBroad, president Ovation Health & Life Services Inc., Dallas
Some children arent getting the proper medical care they needbecause parents think its too expensive.
More than half of primary care physicians in Massachusetts are no longer accepting new patients, and more patients than ever are facing lengthy wait times to see
Earlier this week, I conducted a continuing education class on voluntary benefits from the employers viewpoint for the Nebraska chapter of CEBS.
Among the top 15 companies in the market, there was a mixture of results. As a group:
Bonnie Brazzell, Gil Lowerre
Eastbridges annual U.S. Worksite Sales Report for 2010 was recently released and, according to the findings, sales for the year were down compared to 2009.
Jonathan S. Edelheit
Over the past year there has been a lot of buzz about the term medical tourism. With health care costs continually rising, the attractiveness of providing medical care at up to 90 percent savings is pretty hard to ignore.