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Nonstop Wellness Blog

High-quality benefits for nonprofits.

Katie Deinert

Katie Deinert

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How to navigate partially self-funded health insurance plans - The Business Journals

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Anthony Lopez writes for The Business Journals about the business owner's daunting task of navigating health insurance options, and how different options will affect their business.

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5 strategies for addressing employees’ financial needs during open enrollment - Employee Benefit News

This article by Randy Stram for Employee Benefit News discusses the drop in the percentage of employees who say they feel in control of their finances, and how employers can help through healthcare benefits education.

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Employers anticipate healthcare benefits costs will rise 5% next year - Fierce Healthcare

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This article by Leslie Small for Fierce Healthcare discusses what employers are doing to counter the predicted 5% increase in heathcare benefits costs over the next year.

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Start an outside-the-box conversation to improve open enrollment process - Employee Benefit News

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Nick Otto writes for Employee Benefit News about engaging employees to better ensure peak participation rates in open enrollment and to increase understanding of the process.

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Leveling the self-funded field - Benefit News

This article by Robert Bull for Benefit News discusses how technology has removed the barriers to self-funding that used to exist for small- to mid-size employers.

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Employers boosting benefits packages to attract top talent - Employee Benefit News

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Nick Otto writes for Employee Benefit News about the strategies employers are using to keep their healthcare benefits offerings competitive and attract and retain talented employees.

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One in four Americans skip medical attention because of cost - Benefits Pro

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This article by Katie Kuehner-Herbert for Benefits Pro discusses how many Americans - even those with insurance - are skipping doctor's visits because of high out-of-pocket costs.

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Are healthcare cost-shifting efforts at a tipping point? - Benefit News

A recent study from DirectPath, an employee engagement and healthcare compliance technology company, has found that employers are looking for “creative methods” to slow down healthcare costs.

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Small Businesses Must Be Both Cautious And Creative In Today's Choatic Health Benefit Market - Forbes

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Todd Hixton, contributor for Forbes, takes a look at how small businesses are faring under the uncertainty of healthcare these days. He poses the question, "What health benefit strategy makes sense for small businesses until the direction of the new administration becomes clear?"

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Nearly One In Five LinkedIn Members Say Health Insurance Affected Job Choice - Forbes

Bruce Y. Lee, a contributor for Forbes, writes about how the types of health insurance available can make a difference in what jobs people take.

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