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The latest court filings and cases that will have an impact on the risk management and insurance industry.
The Supreme Court sides with health insurers, ruling the federal government did indeed owe the $12 billion deficit to the carriers.
Affordable Care Act reporting is mind-numbingly complicated. Here’s how to see your way through the weeds when you discover an error.
Small population group health care plans that preceded the Affordable Care Act can remain in place in some states.
A plan to keep affordable health care coverage during a government shutdown is needed. Here is what it could look like.
The level of mystery shrouding health care legislation isn’t instilling confidence within the workers’ comp industry.
In the face of uncertainty, stay focused on what’s in your control.
When some go uninsured, there is inevitably an additional cost to those who purchase insurance.
Making health insurance viable for everyone means treating it like other forms of personal lines insurance.
Health care exchanges are going broke because we are over-buying services.
Federal health care regulations are paving the way for a value-based purchasing approach in workers’ compensation.
Mid-size employers transitioning from fully insured health care plans are intrigued by stop-loss captives.
The new head of the NBCH believes that the administration of occupational and nonoccupational conditions should be integrated wherever possible.
Focusing on improving outcomes will create a better health care system and benefit injured workers.
The disruptive influence of evolving risks has the potential to drive innovation in the insurance industry and beyond.
Family and medical leave issues will continue to be hot topics in 2016.
Patient communications are necessary to prevent hospital readmissions.
An employee wellness program that requires employees to undergo biometric screenings and complete a health questionnaire won court approval.
Just because integrated absence management is hard to achieve doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be attempted.