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Domestic & International Medical Travel

Domestic & International Medical Travel

Renée-Marie Stephano, J.D.

Finding a good doctor – or an appropriate and affordable medical procedure -- isn’t always easy in today’s climate

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Connected Health: Technology is Enabling Engaged, Cost-Effective Wellness

Connected Health: Technology is Enabling Engaged, Cost-Effective Wellness

Mark Heaney

Technology is Enabling Engaged, Cost-Effective Wellnes

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Is There a Future for Voluntary Medical Benefit Plans in the Post ACA Era?

Is There a Future for Voluntary Medical Benefit Plans in the Post ACA Era?

Mark Verille

Is there a future for voluntary medical benefit plans in the post Affordable Care Act (ACA) era? Will employees use their disposable income to buy these benefits

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ACA’s Rate Structure Will Force Agencies to Adopt an Enrollment Platform in 2014

ACA’s Rate Structure Will Force Agencies to Adopt an Enrollment Platform in 2014

George K. Reese, III CLU CFCI REBC RHU

The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) rate structure has transformedonline enrollment from an optional service to a requirement to stay in business

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Employee Healthcare Cost Containment – A Strategy that Works

Employee Healthcare Cost Containment – A Strategy that Works

Jonathan Spero, M.D.

American employers will be looking forward to another year of rising healthcare costs for their employees and dependents

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Planning for ERISA Health and Welfare Benefit Plan Operations in 2014 SFM

Planning for ERISA Health and Welfare Benefit Plan Operations in 2014 SFM

Leslye Laderman, JD, LLM and Kimberley Mitchell, JD

Now is the time for employers and plan sponsors to ask themselves questions about compliance issues to address in 2014.

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What’s in a Word?

What’s in a Word?

Hobson Carroll

What’s in a word? A lot – especially when it comes to talking about health care and health care financing. For example, there is a great deal of current

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Return to Work and Psychological Risks: The Australian Experience

Return to Work and Psychological Risks: The Australian Experience

Dean Stone

The cost, duration and frequency of psychological claims have been rising in Australia over the past 10-15 years, with a notable surge in the past 5 years.

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Results Based Wellness Revealed Through Analytics 1

Results Based Wellness Revealed Through Analytics 1

Richard Kersh

The prevalence of outcomes-based wellness programs in combination with incentives and disincentives are becoming increasingly

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The Return on Investment of an Integrated Rehabilitation Program on a Chronic Disability Population Using Case Reserves as a Primary Outcome Measure

The Return on Investment of an Integrated Rehabilitation Program on a Chronic Disability Population Using Case Reserves as a Primary Outcome Measure

Tiziano A Marovino DPT, MPH, DAAPM; Donald Bearden DO; Li Hsieh, Ph.D.; Jason Liao, PhD, MS

Work injuries are ubiquitous in the United States with actual rates fluctuating depending on the occupational sector and are generally a cost of doing business

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ThreeStyles of Communication that Will Keep Your Employees Engaged in your Wellness Program

ThreeStyles of Communication that Will Keep Your Employees Engaged in your Wellness Program

Jill Shah

With the rise of the chronic diseases like obesity and heart disease, and the increasing cost of employer health insurance claims

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Establishing and Sustaining a Culture of Corporate Wellness by Alleviating the Stress of Moving

Establishing and Sustaining a Culture of Corporate Wellness by Alleviating the Stress of Moving

Kevin Guz

Corporate wellness is a noble and necessary undertaking, which involves recognizing - and alleviating - the key sources of stress

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The (Computer) Code for Health: Making Managed IT Services the Foundation of Corporate Wellness-

The (Computer) Code for Health: Making Managed IT Services the Foundation of Corporate Wellness-

Michael Hosey

Companies have varying definitions of corporate wellness, from lofty slogans and rhetorical proclamations to practical goals

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Why Some Wellness Programs Work and Others Don’t: Commonalities of Successes and Failures in Worksite Wellness Programs

Why Some Wellness Programs Work and Others Don’t: Commonalities of Successes and Failures in Worksite Wellness Programs

Jenny Heafey

In the spirit of saving the best for last, let us start our conversation by painting a picture. Imagine this: you walk into your company’s lunchroom

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Corporate Wellness and Employee Morale: Supporting the Surgeons Who Transform the Lives of Patients

Corporate Wellness and Employee Morale: Supporting the Surgeons Who Transform the Lives of Patients

Lewis Fein

Corporate wellness and employee morale are inseparable. The two are responsible for everything from enhanced productivity

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