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Up and Away – Healthcare Costs Are Taking Off | Ohio Employee Benefits Firm

Healthcare costs, and consequently employee health benefit costs, have been growing at an alarming rate in recent years. The U.S. as a nation spends more on health care than any other developed country but has worse health outcomes.  How is this possible? Four Key Factors Driving U.S. Healthcare Costs: Aging Population Healthcare gets more expensive … Continued

Oral Health = Overall Health | Ohio Employee Benefits

Have you heard the saying “the eyes are the window to your soul”? Well, did you know that your mouth is the window into what is going on with the rest of your body? Poor dental health contributes to major systemic health problems. Conversely, good dental hygiene can help improve your overall health.  As a … Continued

Most newly insured Americans covered by employers, study finds

More than 9 million Americans obtained health insurance between September and mid-March, but most did so through employer-sponsored plans rather than through HealthCare.gov or the state exchanges, a survey by the RAND American Life Panel found.

Look Beyond Health Care Financing to Workforce Health

Employer focus on employee health care will expand in 2014 beyond financing health coverage to managing employee health. Read more…

Employers aren’t doing reform math

More than half of employers haven’t even worked out the math when it comes to healthcare reform.

The Check is NOT in the Mail

The Reality of Health Care Budgeting Shortfalls and the Impact on Employers Now and in the Future

Top 5 issues facing physicians, patients in 2013

As health reform continues to changes the country’s health system, what’s to watch in this new year?

Younger workers fear rising health care costs

Young workers may be decades from retirement, but they already have multiple concerns about their future finances.

A prescription for healthier retirement savings through wellness

84 percent of workers see physical health as an investment in their financial future.

Rise of medical costs tops projections

Medical prices accelerated faster than some projections last year and the number of uninsured is rising.