Letter From the Editor
This issue examines the ongoing impacts of the pandemic and the economic instability facing your clients as they head into Q4.
October 07, 2022
Shortages are driving up health care costs. What can you do?
The decisions you make now will have a long-term impact on your cost structure, ability to attract and retain talent and also employee expectations.
Education and decision-support tools can also boost your bottom line.
67% of Americans say the pandemic had no change on their savings.
Are you delivering what your clients want to buy, or holding them hostage by focusing on what they have to buy?
Even though we have made the process easier and are delivering benefit choices through digital media, surveys of employees continue to show dissatisfaction.
Our readers share their favorite business, leadership and benefits/health care books, and some of their all time all-time greats that they are usually reading when they are off the clock.
Face of Change
Health Rosetta Charter Advisor and the founder of MelEos Group, Kalli Ortega, focuses on community health care programs and strategic employer solutions because we are all in this together.
We are seeing significant value in virtual options as brokers and providers tailor their messaging to specific clients' needs – and give a more in-depth look as to how plan options can benefit their employees.
- 1Biden expands student loan forgiveness plan to those facing financial 'hardship'
- 2Evaluating a benefits administration platform: 6 questions to ask
- 3FTC launches probe of drug supply middlemen in worsening generic shortage
- 4Study identifies 3 key trends expected to shape health benefits & costs
- 5Managers don't want to hire Gen Z candidates