A recent survey of both employers and employees, the Guardian Workplace Benefits Study, sheds some light on how employees perceive their benefits – and also what employers believe about employee benefit perception.
In a recent article produced by Employee Benefit News, they outline the 2016 requirements employers are subject to meet under Internal Revenue Code Sections 6055 and 6056. The requirements apply to employers that sponsor self-insured plans that provide minimum essential coverage regardless of size and applicable large employers (ALEs).
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) reported the five most costly surgeries in the U.S. by aggregate hospital stays. Check out the infographic created by MCOL to see the top five surgeries and their associated costs.
Employers are stepping up and taking charge of rising health care costs by planning changes to their health care plans, this according to a recent survey conducted by Towers Watson, titled 2014 Health Care Changes Ahead.
Consumers have a hard time finding information about provider quality and an even harder time trusting it, according to The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research who recently released the results of a survey conducted in May and June.