Even though the majority of workers receive health insurance coverage on the job, a new survey has found that many of them understand surprisingly little about their health plans and are leaving money on the table. The "Health Insurance Literacy Survey"
As the 2023 group health open enrollment season nears, more employers have heard concerns among their staff and are focusing on affordability and easier access to health care services, according to a new study. Mercer’s “Health & Benefit Strategies for 2023”
Surprise bills and billing errors are driving growing dissatisfaction among Millennials and Gen Zers with their health insurance, a new study has found. HealthCare.com's "2022 Medical Debt Survey" found that about one in four Gen Zers and Millennials with medical debt
One fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has been an increase in the number of Americans who are working from home permanently. With so many people being freed from the yokes of the office, many have chosen to move to other states
A temporary rule that allowed covered employees to make mid-year election changes to their health plans and revisit how much they set aside into their flexible spending accounts (FSAs) will sunset at the end of the year. The rules gave employers