October 24, 2019 Ben Miller, PsyD, chief strategy officer at Well Being Trust, gives his take on the state of mental healthcare in the workplace. We talk delivery and payment
Every year, about two million Americans travel domestically or abroad for medical coverage. While it’s not a novel concept, it may be worth revisiting why people might choose to receive
Which bills might pass, which don’t stand a chance, and who’s backing a multi-million dollar ad campaign against benchmark pricing?
Health data systems cannot talk to each other, and it’s a problem.
Everyone is fighting to end surprise medical bills, but competing proposals are diluting the effort.
August 15, 2019 The Council joined over 60 other employer groups on a letter to all Members of Congress urging them to pass the Lower Health Care Costs Act, which
August 15, 2019 On the eve of the 2018 midterm elections, President Trump unveiled a new part of his “American Patients First” ideology, spurred by the difference in prices Americans
August 15, 2019 Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) is a new industry buzzword, but it’s also a concept that’s existed for decades. Now it’s making its way into policy agenda
July 18, 2019 Flock is a benefits administration, compliance and HR platform created with the goal of engaging employees and streamlining the benefits administration process. We sat down with Raj
July 18, 2019 President Trump announced the administration’s intention to release an executive order based on a “favored nations” clause. This approach suggests the U.S. would pay for pharmaceuticals at