With the spectre of a long winter and flu season looming ahead, employers and HR managers are reminded that they must implement solid cost-control strategies if they want to keep their health care plans viable and valuable, experts say.
Health plans are being evaluated by the simplest measures rather than ones that dig deeper. For most purchasers of the plans, this only frustrates efforts to control costs and facilitate better outcomes for those covered.
New survey reports detailing how U.S. employers are responding to health care reform were released by the Society for Human Resource Management on June 16, 2013, in conjunction with its Annual Conference & Exposition.
Here are some things you might want to require that will often make a difference in the final outcome of the workers comp claim.
IRS is proposing companies shouldn’t be allowed to count the cost of wellness programs in their health care plans under PPACA.
How to control ever-increasing healthcare costs.