Expecting a medical loss ratio rebate check from your health insurance company? New DOL guidelines dictate exactly what you can do with that money.
Texas recently became the highest populated state to reject two key provisions of President Obama’s healthcare reform law.
You’ve heard it before: For every $1 you spend on wellness, you’ll save $3 to $4 in healthcare costs. Sounds great. But how do you know for sure your wellness program’s working?
For the fourth year in a row, the number of Americans getting health insurance from their employer has dropped. It’s now at a record low, and there are four suspected reasons why.
Would you go to the mall to buy health insurance or service your existing policy? Some companies are betting you would.
A recent benchmarking survey revealed which types of companies are spending the most – and the least – per covered employee for healthcare benefits.
The latest round of IRS guidance helps answer questions employers have raised about the requirement to report the cost of workers’ health insurance on W-2s.
The vast majority of companies say they have no plans to drop their health benefits in 2014 when the bulk of the reform law kicks in. But they said there’s one thing that could make them change their minds.
Health insurance premiums increased by an average of 42% for individual coverage and 50% for family coverage nationwide between 2003 and 2010, found a new study. Who’s paying the most?
The Supreme Court has agreed to settle the dispute over the constitutionality of the healthcare reform law once and for all. When will it make its ruling?