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Planning Ahead

The 2013 United Benefit Advisors Health Plan Survey reveals that, in 2013, employers covered 18 percent more of a single employee’s health insurance premium ($934 per employee), but asked employees with dependents to pick up 3 percent more of the family premium (average of $492).

Average Worker’s Health Care Costs Increased Due to Out-of-Pocket Expenses; Families Hit Hardest, Nation’s Largest Benchmarking Survey Finds

Employers picked up more of individual premiums, but less of families’ premiums, in 2013, and decreased in-network coverage for both

No Employer Penalty for Lack of Health Exchange Notice: DOL

Although it is still advised by the DOL that employers notify employees by October 1, there is no fine to face if they do not. Read full article…

Trends in Ancillary Benefits by Employer Size, Region, Industry

Ancillary Benefits Predicted to Be a Greater Differentiator in 2013

The 2012 UBA Health Plan Survey

As health care plan offerings and the federal regulatory environment become more complex, benchmarking data such as the 2012 UBA Health Plan Survey have become increasingly critical for employers looking to manage their health care benefit programs effectively.

UBA Survey: Rate of CDHPs Drops

Nation’s Largest Health Plan Survey Cites Key Trends in Employer Health Plans

National Results: 2010 UBA Health Plan Survey

The 2010 UBA Health Plan Survey was conducted October 1, 2009 to June 4, 2010, through the joint effort of 145 of the nation’s premier independent benefit advisory firms who comprise UBA. Member Firms, in conjunction with existing clients, completed responses, and additional area employers were invited to complete the web-based surveys. UBA obtained plan data for … Continued