December 30, 2022

How to Provide Health Insurance to SMB Employees

Small, medium businesses (SMB) health insurance is a critical piece of protection and an essential component of any small business

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November 28, 2022

2023 Guide to Providing Health Insurance for Employees

In the United States, it’s estimated that approximately 26 million people still remain without health insurance. Although that number is at an all-time low, having 26 million people uninsured aren’t words you want to associate with the world’s richest country.

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November 7, 2022

Achieve Higher Engagement During Open Enrollment With an Employee-First Approach to Benefits

The cost of healthcare in the United States has risen every year for decades. This trend will undoubtedly continue, at least in the near-term.

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October 18, 2022

What is an Assignment of Benefits?

The last time you sought medical care, you likely made an appointment with your provider, got the treatment you needed, paid your copay or deductible, and that was it.

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May 3, 2019

Spring Cleaning Your Employee Benefits for Greater Growth

Spring means high season is looming, and it’s time to staff up. No doubt there are some superstars among seasonal staff that you’d like to shift to full-time employees. The problem? Employers are facing a job market that’s at its lowest unemployment level in 49 years, so competition for qualified staff is fierce. Not only is the job market…

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April 6, 2019

Workplace Wellness with David F. Berg

What innovations and products have you launched recently or are preparing? We’ve always been highly focused on helping small businesses provide affordable and meaningful access to healthcare, so we could turn this into their recruiting and retention advantage over larger competitors. Today, many of these companies and people are completely shut out of traditional insurance by…

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October 28, 2018

Focus on Preventive Care to Reduce Workers’ Compensation Claims

The construction industry’s long struggle to deliver affordable health care to its workers is an expensive problem, raising costs for everyone involved. The industry’s particular exposure to work-related injuries is the basis for raising eMod scores, which in turn increases workers’ compensation premiums. For too many Americans…

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September 16, 2018

Reducing Workers’ Compensation Claims and Raising Employee Morale

The lodging and hospitality industry spans a range of employee types from hourly wage earners and seasonal staff to salaried team members. Providing health insurance and other benefits can be a challenge for organizations, but companies that figure out how to offer health insurance with real benefits will…

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