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The 2016 UBA Health Plan Survey | Ohio Benefit Advisors

Employer-sponsored health insurance is greatly affected by geographic region, industry, and employer size. While some cost trends have been fairly consistent since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) was put in place, United Benefit Advisors (UBA) finds several surprises in their 2016 Health Plan Survey. Based on responses from more than 11,000 employers, … Continued

Identify and Evaluate the Impact of Your Wellness Program | Ohio Benefit Advisors

Measuring program value, or return on investment, is critical and imperative in managing a healthy wellness program. Further, clearly identifying and objectively evaluating the impact helps keep the vendor focused on what is critical for the employer. If these programs are not having the impact intended, then the cost of those services is only adding … Continued

Small Businesses See Big Hikes in Health Plan Costs | Ohio Employee Benefits

New Survey Data Reveals Health Plan Costs, Options by State and Industry Health insurance premium renewal rates increased an average of 6.2 percent for all plans in 2015, up from the previous year’s 5.6 percent increase, according to new survey data released from United Benefit Advisors (UBA), the nation’s leading independent employee benefits advisory organization. … Continued

2015 UBA Health Plan Survey: Preliminary Findings Are Out! | Ohio Employee Benefits

By Bill Olson, Chief Marketing Officer at United Benefit Advisors UBA’s annual Health Plan Survey, the largest of its kind, provides data on 10,804 employers sponsoring 18,186 health plans. While the full findings will be released soon, preliminary data on average health plan costs, premiums, and contributions is now available. The average annual health plan … Continued

Deloitte: Study Shows Global Talent Squeeze Continues to Affect Employers

The 2014 “Global Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey” shows that HR leaders globally are acutely focused on talent as the top challenge and priority over the next three years.