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Category Archives: Benefits
In the popular ‘80s movie Caddyshack, there is a scene where all of the caddies are allowed to swim in the Bushwood Country Club pool, but only for 15 minutes. Despite the short allotment of time, mayhem ensues. Suffice it … Continue reading
Anyone remotely connected with healthcare or insurance in the State of Connecticut has got an ear to the ground when it comes to emerging information on health insurance exchanges. Just last week The Hartford Business Journal’s Greg Bordonaro wrote: “The … Continue reading
Health Care in Massachusetts – State Report Indicates Focus on Pay for Performance and Innovative Plan Designs
In February I wrote about the healthcare delivery system in Massachusetts, specifically about how Carriers and Providers were working toward greater collaboration in an effort to lower healthcare costs and improve quality. In a recent report released by the Massachusetts … Continue reading
For those Connecticut employers closely watching the progress of Access Health CT (the state exchange) this week’s article in the Hartford Business Journal confirms that the exchange is indeed on track to open this Fall. According to HBJ writer Greg … Continue reading