August 15, 2019 The Council joined over 60 other employer groups on a letter to all Members of Congress urging them to pass the Lower Health Care Costs Act, which
The employee benefits market is a model for innovation.
The changing landscape is creating an opportunity to transform not only how consumers receive and understand their healthcare, but how they use and pay for that care.
From passage of the ACA to the injection of digital health and technology companies into the ecosystem, the industry is grappling with how to improve the health of employee populations, while decreasing healthcare costs for employers.
In a world where transparency and innovation meet cost and regulatory challenges, employee benefits consultants must remain agile.
The Council of Employee Benefits Executives (CEBE) Advisory Committee
The Council of Employee Benefits Executives Advisory Committee is a standing committee of The Council and represents the benefits business interests of The Council member firms.
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August 15, 2019 On the eve of the 2018 midterm elections, President Trump unveiled a new part of his “American Patients First” ideology, spurred by the difference in prices Americans
August 15, 2019 Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) is a new industry buzzword, but it’s also a concept that’s existed for decades. Now it’s making its way into policy agenda
July 18, 2019 Flock is a benefits administration, compliance and HR platform created with the goal of engaging employees and streamlining the benefits administration process. We sat down with Raj
July 18, 2019 President Trump announced the administration’s intention to release an executive order based on a “favored nations” clause. This approach suggests the U.S. would pay for pharmaceuticals at
June 18, 2019 The White House recently released an executive order aimed at requiring insurers, physicians and hospitals to provide patients with more digestible information about the cost of their
July 18, 2019 The Council recently expressed strong support for the Lower Health Care Costs Act, which confronts some of the biggest obstacles to bringing costs down in the healthcare
July 18, 2019 The House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Health recently marked up and voted in favor of drug transparency and surprise billing legislation. No Surprises Act (H.R.
July 18, 2019 The Trump administration announced it will not pursue its proposal to eliminate prescription drug rebates from government-facilitated health plans. While once touted as a critical step in
July 18, 2019 The Council has long supported efforts to repeal the Cadillac Tax, and now lawmakers are primed to do just that. The House passed a bill to repeal