Even though the majority of workers receive health insurance coverage on the job, a new survey has found that many of them understand surprisingly little about their health plans and are leaving money on the table.
The "Health Insurance Literacy Survey" by Healthcare.com found widespread misunderstanding about how copays and deductibles work, and what premiums and benefits are.
U.S. employers can expect to see their group health insurance premiums climb an average of 6.5% in 2023 from this year, according to a new study.
Economic inflationary pressures will push the average premium cost per employee to about $13,800, compared to about $13,020 for 2022, according to the study by professional services firm Aon.
Physicians and employee health experts are increasingly recommending that employers include diabetes screening, prevention and management in their company-sponsored wellness programs.
Diabetes — known as the "silent killer" — afflicts more than 29 million Americans, or 9% of the population.