Affordable Care Act
Buy Sell Agreement
Critical Illness Insurance
Employee Assistance Programs
Health Savings Account
Minimum Essential Coverage
Reference Based Pricing
Term Life Insurance
Ask any employee what their most desired benefit is. Nine times out of ten, the answer will be health insurance. Employees feel like they need it, and they will gladly turn down any job offer that doesn't include it as a benefit. As healthcare costs continuing to rise this puts employers in an awkward position. How do you provide insurance for employees while keeping costs in check?
We've all made mistakes. It's inevitable, especially when you're dealing with something complicated like employee benefits enrollment. Mistakes will happen, but you don't need to keep making the same ones over and over.
We've said before that in order to get the most out of your benefits package you need be able to communicate its value to your employees. This is easier said than done — even when the people in charge of your benefits understand their workforce. When they don't, the problem is exacerbated greatly. What we're currently seeing is that many businesses are dealing with a culture gap between upper-level employees and lower level employees because of millennials entering the workforce.
It seems like nothing has been able to slow the rising cost of healthcare. In fact, some days it feels like no one is even trying anymore. New regulations come at an achingly slow pace and they aren't even guaranteed to lower costs. If you really want to lower your healthcare costs, you'll have to take things into your own hands. That's why many businesses are switching from traditional preferred provider organizations to self-funded health insurance with reference-based pricing.
To err is human. That was the title of a 1999 paper by the Institute of Medicine. In it, they tackled a number of issues regarding how to make hospitals safer for patients and practitioners. It's a noble goal, but one that can never be fully satisfied. Medical professionals are humans, and humans will always make mistakes.
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