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The Affordable Care Act was designed to reduce healthcare expenses, but it doesn't address costs caused by stress. Countless studies show stress increases the risk of health conditions like obesity, heart disease, Alzheimer's, diabetes, depression, gastrointestinal problems and asthma. Stress
Enrollment in PPO and HMO plans has declined in the last five years. Consumers transitioning to a high deductible plan may be losing their first dollar coverage and struggling with the increased out-of-pocket costs. Now is the time to introduce non-insured benefits like Teladoc and discounts on
I wish every question in health care had such an easy answer. Consider this: An analyst with the market research firm IHS predicts the United States telehealth market will grow from $240 million today to $1.9 billion in 2018, an annual growth rate of 56%. There will never be a better time to get
At New Benefits, we spend a great deal of time and effort pinpointing the right staff for our organization. While a candidate’s skills and experience are important, we’re focused on finding the right cultural fit as well.
When Michael A. Waldman, CEBS, GBA, RPA, partner and president of the employee benefits division at Waldman Bros., puts together a benefits package, he says variety is the key to making everybody happy. “We’re firm believers in employers offering a comprehensive benefit package to their people,
As the EVP Employee Benefits Practice Leader with New Benefits, I spend a lot of time talking with brokers. I often ask them if they remember back 10 years ago when I encouraged them to go out and sell voluntary benefits. Back then, they basically told me to get lost.
As the healthcare industry undergoes tectonic shifts, employees aren’t just facing ever-increasing costs—they’re also becoming more responsible for their own healthcare decisions.