As overall health care costs continue to climb, companies are examining their prescription drug plans to squeeze savings and improve employees’ health
The Supreme Court’s ruling on the health care reform law clears the air a bit but still leaves lots of questions lingering for employers.
Find out what you need to know regarding the medical loss ratio (MLR) rebates stemming from the health care reform law.
Learn how to properly handle employee leaves of absence and avoid possible compliance pitfalls.
Wellness can be a real winner for your company, as long as you get (and keep) employees on board.
In some ways, the Ninth Circuit’s recent decision in Skinner v. Northrop Grumman Retirement Plan B is a garden-variety example of a classic fact pattern: The terms of a summary plan description (SPD) promise better benefits than the plan document it summarizes and participants sue for the difference.
Medical loss ratio (MLR) rebates are due in August, which means employers should plan how they will handle any rebates they may receive.
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