Three Essential Steps to Addressing Waste in Any Health Plan

by Hannah Robinson   Far too long in the benefits arena, rising costs and decreasing benefits are portrayed as a natural progression of the field. Studies prior to the pandemic estimated that 30% of all ...


Sleep Deprivation is Slashing Employee Productivity—Let Us Give You the How and Why

by Hannah Robinson The hard truth is this: workers are chronically overworked while sleeping less and less. While the National Sleep Foundation urges the average working adult to receive 7-9 hours of sleep ...


Why Financial Wellness Matters for Employee Retention and Presenteeism

by Abby Doan   As employee benefits continue to shift due to the impact of COVID-19, financial wellness strategies are climbing the priority list for post-pandemic benefits.   How has the pandemic impacted ...


The Cost of Care: Why Being an Informed Consumer Has Never Been More Important

By Sarah Gunter “High-cost claims are going to explode,” warns Edison Health’s Shawn Rutledge, who is speaking specifically about the backlog of elective surgeries due to Covid. If this has employers anxious, ...