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Regular dental checkups can reduce an employer’s health care spending and improve workers’ well-being, new research shows. Employers should...
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Telemedicine is transforming health care, allowing providers to deliver services when and where patients need them, thereby improving outcomes...
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The 2018 contribution limit for health savings accounts (HSAs) linked to family coverage will be $6,850—not $6,900, as the...
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Reviewing what went smoothly and what tripped you up can ensure an easier, more effective open enrollment process when...
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U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams asked employers to “step up” to combat the opioid epidemic by providing coverage of...
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