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.

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Contact Congress on Employer Issues in CARES Act
Yellow Alert | Mar. 22, 2020 | COVID-19, Healthcare

The U.S. Congress is moving fast on phase III of a COVID-response bill known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the amended CARES Act).

Data, Privacy, and Silicon Valley
Health & Benefits | Jan. 23, 2020 | Healthcare, Healthcare data, Healthcare data & technology

January 23, 2020 Last year, Google and Ascension, a 2,600-facility health system, secretly embarked on Project Nightingale, a tool that stores and aggregates patient information and medical data. Read the

Healthcare Is Making Us Poorer
Health & Benefits | Jan. 23, 2020 | Employer Sponsored Insurance, Healthcare, Healthcare costs, Healthcare reform

January 23, 2020 The average American family spends the equivalent of a Tesla on healthcare expenses every other year. (Not the new Cyber Truck, but still, a regular Tesla.) Read

Top 4 Healthcare Trends to Watch
Health & Benefits | Dec. 17, 2019 | Employer Sponsored Insurance, Healthcare, Healthcare reform, Quality

2020 will put a spotlight on healthcare. As we get closer to the next presidential election, the questions of who pays for it, who is covered, and how efficiently care is delivered will all be elevated to the national debate stage.

Financially-Focused AI
Health & Benefits | Dec. 12, 2019 | Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Insurance, Healthcare, Healthcare costs

Three-quarters of Americans are struggling with debt and healthcare-specific costs continue to rise. Is AI the answer?