News You Can Use
Welcome to News You Can Use. Within the news, our intent is to share thought leadership articles and reference pieces for the many segments of our business. Our initial focal point is material that provides exceptional insights into the medical benefits and the value of mental health which is directly associated with the objectives of our Preventative Care Management Program (PCMP).
As Employee Wellness Declines, Benefits Satisfaction Drops to Decade Low
As employees continue to grapple with persistent inflation, pandemic-related concerns, mental health issues and more, they are calling on their employers for help.
20 Questions about Establishing a Health & Wellness Program in the Workplace
For employers struggling with the rising cost of health insurance and ancillary benefits, a self-funded healthcare platform may be the answer to increasing employee benefits, while containing costs.
Companies are cutting worker benefits to offset the sting of high inflation
Companies looking to cut costs to offset the pain of high inflation are quietly paring back the non-cash benefits they offer to employees — and the problem may soon get worse.
Why You Should Care About Wellness Programs
A study of how employers are coping with rising health care costs by introducing wellness programs.
Leading with Compassion: Prioritizing Workplace Mental Health
Mental health advocate, Poppy Jaman, identifies company strategies to improve health and well-being.
Present Company Included: Prioritizing Mental Health and Well Being for All
How employers can make mental health a reality, especially for young workers.
National surveys reveal disconnect
between employees and employers
around mental health need
Insights into mental health needs of the US workforce and how employers can address them.
Medical cost trend:
Behind the numbers 2024
Sets the table by providing research about how much medical care costs will increase and trends to watch (including mental health).
11 Years After the Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act has impacted American lives for over a decade. How has it affected the Consumer-Directed Healthcare account market?
Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act is a significant federal law in the United States. It was passed by the 111th U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010.
The Affordable Care Act and Its Accomplishments
The legislation has resulted in an unprecedented increase in healthcare insurance access, reaching individuals in every state and from various demographic backgrounds within the United States.