Sashi Segu
January 17, 2018
Posted by Sashi Segu
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HR Can Demonstrate Value by Becoming More Strategic

You’re already under pressure to control benefits costs, so the news that employers should expect a 6.5% increase in health spending in 2018 (PwC’s Health Research Institute) has your head...

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Brandon Conroy
January 10, 2018
Posted by Brandon Conroy
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Employees Unable to Retire Could Be a Financial Nightmare for HR

The good news is that we’re living longer, but the bad news is that many are unprepared for the financial burden they face with longevity. This is raising concerns in...

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Sashi Segu
January 3, 2018
Posted by Sashi Segu
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Monitoring Prescription Costs Doesn’t End when Open Enrollment Closes

You’re breathing a sigh of relief that open enrollment is over and you won’t have to think about healthcare benefits for the next several months. But you shouldn’t put your...

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Sashi Segu
December 13, 2017
Posted by Sashi Segu
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Why HR Should Worry about Healthcare Mergers and Partnerships

The healthcare market could be changing drastically as more insurers, drug stores, and hospitals/health systems consider mergers and new partnerships. The most recent mega-deal has CVS Health purchasing Aetna for...

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Sashi Segu
November 29, 2017
Posted by Sashi Segu
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Is Cost-Shifting Reducing Your Healthcare Costs in the Long-Run?

As healthcare costs continue to rise, employers shift more of the burden to their employees. In 2017, employees’ share of total costs rose 5% from $3,378 to $3,550, while employers’...

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