Tag Archives: Insurance

Report: Half of Employers Will Not Make Healthcare Cost-Shifting Changes, Shifting Focus to Behavioral Health Services

A new study from Mercer shows that 47 percent of employers will not engage in healthcare cost-shifting in 2021 despite increasing costs of employer-sponsored health plans. Employers will be shifting the focus of their plans to telehealth services, behavioral health resources, and voluntary benefits.

The Rundown | Week of 7.1.2019

Do EHR messages cause burnout? Are brain supplements effective for cognitive health? Does growing income inequality lead to health injustice? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 6.24.2019

What does President Trump’s executive order mean for healthcare? What drugs are linked to dementia? Can gut bacteria cause fibromyalgia? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 5.13.2019

Will listing drug prices rein in costs? Is meditation harmful? How does President Trump plan to combat surprise billing? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 4.22.2019

What healthcare reforms have bipartisan support? Which health apps unknowingly disclose sensitive data? Does the ACA lead to fewer uninsured visits? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!



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