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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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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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The case for self-funding at small and mid-sized businesses - Benefits Pro

A revolution in health care is being spurred by self-insurance, also referred to as self-funding.

Paul Johnson writes for Benefits Pro about the search for new and innovative healthcare solutions to better suit small and midsize workplaces.

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How self-funding can help control rising specialty drug costs - Benefit News

Raymond DePaola writes for Benefit News about how self-funding beats traditional coverage in lowering or containing prescription drug costs.

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The ABCs of Self-Funding Health Plans - CFO.com

Eric Gulko writes for CFO.com about the trend of more employers moving to self-funding, and tells you what you need to know to make the switch.

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