New Benefits wants to enhance and simplify the healthcare experience with innovative benefits and technology, so what better event to attend than HLTH? Our benefits pros are exhibiting at HLTH (pronounced “health”) in Las Vegas, October 27-30, to discuss the future of healthcare with non-insured
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Connected Caregiving powered by alska helps reduce stress of working caregivers and improve their productivity at work and home.
DALLAS — Sept. 18, 2019 — New Benefits, aggregator of 30+ non-insured health and lifestyle benefits, announces their partnership with alska, a technology platform
Why in the world are we still talking about telemedicine the same way we have for the last five or so years? With 90% of large employers expected to offer it to their employees in 2019, I’m pretty sure clients get the gist and you may feel as though the box is checked. Yet, I still have
The benefits industry is like a merry-go-round. Benefit popularity is cyclical, and market trends and themes always seem to circle back into the foreground in time. However, the acceleration of technological innovation is propelling the benefit carousel faster each year, making it challenging
The purpose of health insurance is to protect the insured from unexpected, high medical costs. But if the insurance plan isn’t completely understood or being used to its full potential, employers and employees will lose money (and face increasing premiums) due to unnecessary services and
In the benefits world, the one thing we can rely on to be consistent is change. The demographics of the workplace are constantly evolving – generational shifts, varying employment status, etc. – and healthcare costs are rising year over year. Typical health insurance plans don’t adapt to these
When the New Year comes around, everyone sets resolutions… but how many of you have actually stuck to your resolution? Resolutions often don’t work because they’re set at the start of the year, without much consideration for longevity and sustainability. Instead of setting a resolution, I urge
Roughly 60% of the workforce belongs to the sandwich generation. Not based on a proclivity for hoagies, but named for their precarious position wedged between the demands of caring for dependent children and aging parents, these employees are struggling to juggle caregiving demands and careers.