Health Care Tag

Many organizations are recalibrating employee benefits programs as they adapt to the health care crisis and economic turmoil resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. The higher cost of providing medical services to COVID-19 patients will likely be offset by reductions in elective procedures during the crisis, benefits...

Ed Day discusses the healthcare and benefits market in general with Michael Andrade of the Solving Healthcare podcast. The discussion provides a good overview of HST and details of services, strategies and results. Listen to the Podcast - click here...

(Becker's Hospital Review) - Overall health care prices in Anchorage, Alaska and San Jose, Calif., are 65 percent above the national average, according to the Health Care Cost Institute. HCCI's Healthy Market Index considered more than 1.78 billion commercial claims and compared the average price paid...

Pricing variations for medical services are a key factor to the skyrocketing cost of healthcare. Take the case of a national insurance carrier where a provider billed $59,490 for an ultrasound that typically cost $74. These provider billing practices occur daily for virtually all medical...