News & Insights
The Obama administration has delayed a step crucial to the launch of the new health care law, the signing of final agreeemnts with insurance plans to be sold on federal health insurance exchanges starting October 1. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will wait until mid-September to sign final agreements. Read more.
For some individuals who rarely spend money on medical expenses, high deductible plans meet their current needs and still provide coverage in the off-chance of a health mishap. However, with health care reform these plans will no longer be compliant. Read more.
The government launched a new webpage, training videos and infographics to help Americans better understand the health insurance exchanges that will launch Oct. 1. Read more.
Pennsylvania State University is requiring health screenings for their employees or will force them to pay the price, literally. Employers could face a $100 fine each month for declining to participate. Read more.
Employers are weighing the advantages of offering health care coverage in 2014, despite the delay of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Read more.