It’s been a decade of change for health care plan designs. And consumer-driven health plans (CDHPs) are the biggest change of all, according to John Young, CEO of Consumerdriven. Young explained why CDHPs are “nearing universal use” and why employers need them at The Alliance Annual Meeting Oct. 25.
Health care costs and quality can vary wildly. Employers know this. But how can employers better explain this to their employees who participate in the company’s health plan?
The Alliance believes in professional development for all staff members. That’s why identifying professional development opportunities is a standard item for all employees to discuss with their supervisors during annual performance reviews.
Cooperatives (or co-ops) are formed by community leaders who join together in a mission to reach (and exceed) common goals. Many of the businesses you see every day – like The Alliance – are co-ops. But, what makes co-ops different?
“Working makes us feel normal. Even if your life is chaotic, you want to feel normal.” Lillie Shockney shared that insight at The Alliance Learning Circle event, “Cancer in the Workplace: Current Cancer Care Issues for Employers” on March 16.