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Turn Healthcare Data into Bottom-Line Savings

Due to the ever-growing prevalence of mobile devices, online technology, and other digital transactions, companies seemingly have more data available to them than ever before. But while many discussions center on how data can be used to improve marketing efforts and generate more sales, we’d like to highlight another way that data can help your […]

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Reducing Health Care Costs by Lowering Utilization

If it’s your job to find ways to reduce health care costs at your company, then you may not want to read the article that I tweeted out recently. In case you missed it, here it is: Study: More than two-thirds of ER visits avoidable – Articles – Employee Benefit News https://t.co/W5Tawd29yL #cbgbenefits — Dan […]

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Answering Employee Questions: Health Care Reform and W-2’s

As employees start to pay attention to their W-2 forms this year, they may notice a new line item that will generate questions for the Human Resources department. That new line is the total cost of employer-sponsored group health plan coverage. The requirement to display that figure comes from health care reform laws. To help […]

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W-2 Reporting Requirements and Health Care Reform

The Health Care Reform law that was enacted in 2010 contains a new reporting requirement for employers.¬†Under the new rule, certain employers will be required to report the total cost of health plan coverage they provide on their employees’ W-2 Forms. Recently, we have received a number of questions from customers regarding this new reporting […]

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Posted in: Benefits and Insurance, Legislation

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