The Benefit Enrollment & Eligibility community highlights the latest news and innovative trends employers are using to streamline and cut administrative costs, and how employers are effectively engaging their employee population to enroll in an offered benefits program.
Millennial workers take it on the chin when it comes to the public’s perception of their job habits. The buzz is that they’re job hoppers who want immediate rewards and rapid promotions for little effort.
We, as HR professionals, encourage employees to be thoughtful consumers of health care, yet we are not treating employees like the consumers of benefits that they are. We typically aren’t providing a product that lives up to expectations because we are not thinking in terms of marketing. If this continues,
Americans throughout the nation are experiencing maximum summer – the time of year when it’s so hot that everything moves in suspended motion.
Companies and their employees are increasingly choosing consumer-directed benefit accounts for their voluntary health care benefits. Why? The answer is easy: it saves both of them money. It also provides an opportunity to engage consumers in their health care purchasing decisions.
Series C investment by Great Hill Partners will propel growth in sales, marketing and infrastructure
Option combines leading benefits shopping and enrollment tool with the health care industry's premier platform for connecting health care payers, providers, consumers, employers and brokers
Rally Health, Inc. has launched Rally Choice, a new offering to provide consumers with the education and guidance to make health benefits decisions that best fit their personal health needs and take them through the enrollment process when signing up for health benefits offered through
As you know, we’ve been following MetLife’s research for quite a while. We created Tip Sheets that are all about effective benefits communication for their Open Enrollment Toolbox, and we use the data from their annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends in our White Paper
A new study by Ken Thorpe examines the health care quality and savings potential of health plans and other care coordination models for Medicare/Medicaid dual eligibles.