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Reducing Health Care Costs through Value Based Care

Value-based care is understood to be an improved approach to reducing the cost of health care when compared with the current fee-for-service model. This is because value-based care compensates providers for improved patient outcomes instead of compensating them for providing greater amounts of..

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Better Outcomes and Employee Satisfaction Through Episodes of Care

Not all medical care is the same.  Are your employees getting the most appropriate care available, to achieve the best possible outcomes?

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The WHY Behind Your Benefits Strategy

Author: Mike Johnson

Category: Employee Benefits

I have a two-year-old daughter and a four-year-old son who are simply amazing little creatures. Toddlers are innately curious about the world and want to better understand the things they see, hear, and do.  Many times a day my wife and I are stuck in a constant assault of “why” questions. It’s..

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2019 ─ 2020 Economic Outlook Influences on Human Resources Strategies

Employers added 155,000 jobs to the U.S. economy in November 2018, far fewer than the roughly 200,000 new positions economists had expected, according to the November jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate held at 3.7% nationally, with Wisconsin coming in at 2.9%...

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Template Language in Health Plan Documents Presents Litigation Risk

Author: Schuyler File

Category: Employee Benefits

Self-funded health plan sponsors can avoid unnecessary litigation by ensuring that template language currently in use by some Third-party Administrators (TPAs) and insurers offering Administrative Services Organization services (ASOs) is updated to adequately address risks that are the subject..

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Student Debt Relief: Innovation or Fad?

Author: Kyle Von Ruden

Category: Employee Benefits

Younger workers are challenging  employers’ status quo and I like it!  In today’s challenging labor market, employers are finding they need to “reinvent” themselves more than ever and it is quite a healthy exercise for our future workforce. 

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