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The Illusion of Choice in Health Coverage Negotiations Part 1
February 13, 2019

In Part 1 of a three-part series, we delve into how the major insurance carriers build their broad provider networks, how those agreements mislead buyers, health coverage negotiations and the impact they have on premiums, quality of care, out-of-pocket costs, and what you can do to protect your bottom line. You weren’t invited to your  … Read more

DRUG WAITLISTS : Want a new drug? It pays to wait.
January 30, 2019

Progressive drug waitlists protect patients and ensure value to self-insured employers. Last year marked a 21-year high for U.S. drug approvals, many of which received special designations to accelerate the review and approval process.[1] While these drugs are making positive strides toward treating costly and chronic medical conditions, such as diabetes, arthritis and cancer, some  … Read more

BREAKAWAY BROKER: Benefits Consulting Has Changed
January 16, 2019

Brokers willing to break away from healthcare’s unsustainable status quo have the unique opportunity to position themselves as subject matter experts in value-based health plans. The benefits market is racing towards health plans built upon data transparency and measurable, long-term returns versus discounts. This re-alignment of client-consultant interests could be the single most important change  … Read more

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