Insurance 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...

(The Pilot) - State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell announced the State Health Plan will launch a new medical reimbursement strategy for North Carolina providers that care for plan members. This effort is part of a longer term strategy to take advantage of the plan’s “largeness”...

Physicians, hospitals and medical labs are grappling with the rise in high-deductible insurance. (Bloomberg) — Doctors, hospitals and medical labs used to be concerned about patients who didn’t have insurance not paying their bills. Now they’re scrambling to get paid by the ones who do have...

In 2016, Adventist Health began delivering healthcare services to Whole Foods' employees in Southern California. The partnership, in which Whole Foods bypassed insurance companies and negotiated directly for services from Roseville, Calif.-based Adventist, gave the organic supermarket chain access to a tailor-made health plan that...