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Nonstop Wellness Blog

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

What's worse, 56 percent of Americans don't think they'll have affordable health insurance in the future. (Photo: Shutterstock)

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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Creating a Culture of Innovation with Employee Health Care - BoardSource

This article from BoardSource, written by Mike Wurtsmith, discusses the importance of nonprofit boards playing a role in employee healthcare purchasing.

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Editorial: Making "More Skin in the Game"  for Patients Work - Modern Healthcare

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This editorial piece by Merrill Goozner, editor of Modern Healthcare, looks at the challenges of rising healthcare costs, and how those rising costs impact employees' spending in other ways.

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Public sector employers focused on stability in benefits - Benefits News

This article written by Cort Olsen for Benefits News discusses Met Life's 14th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trend Study, which examines benefits trends in the public sector.

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Healthcare takes up 7.6 percent of employer budgets, study shows - Benefits Pro

Research shows the cost of employer-sponsored health plans is rising, but a new study from SHRM sheds more light on how what covering an employee actually entails. (Photo: iStock)

Jack Craver writes for Benefits Pro about a new report from the Society of Human Resource Management that displays the effect that rising healthcare costs has had on employers and employees.

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To drive real health care reform, look to what employers are doing - STAT

Hank Gardner wrote this article for STAT, discussing recent research about the correlation between healthcare cost increases and slow wage growth, and how employers can carry out “their own do-it-yourself, market-based health care reform.”

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Self-insurance rises among small and medium-size employers -  Benefits Pro

According to a new report from the Employee Benefit Research Institute, as the cost of health care continues to grow, more and more small and mid-size businesses are choosing self-insurance. (Photo: iStock)

Jack Craver writes for Benefits Pro about the increase of self-insuring healthcare benefits among small and mid-size businesses.

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Employers passing rising healthcare costs onto employees - Benefits News

As the cost of providing employees with healthcare benefits rises (at an average of $500 per employee this year), many employers are choosing to push those costs onto employees in order to maintain budgets.

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As healthcare costs continue to rise, employees shoulder the burden - Benefits News

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A TransUnion Healthcare study has found more evidence that employees are bearing the brunt of healthcare costs in the form of deductibles and OOP maximums, with a 13 percent rise in both between 2014-2015. 

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