For employees caring for their aging parents, a flexible and supportive workplace can make the difference between an engaged employee and one who is deeply distracted by the daily demands of caregiving.
Meg Gains, director of the Center for Patient Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin – Madison advises employers to advocate for their employees’ best interests with their TPA.
American Patients First, the Trump Administration’s “blueprint to lower drug prices,” contains provisions with the potential for a significant impact on the health care marketplace, according to Alex Jung, managing director in the Parthenon-EY practice of Ernst & Young LLP.
If visits to the doctor’s office for preventive services are supposed to be covered at 100 percent, why do people sometimes later get a bill that shows a balance due and exposes them to copays or deductibles?
Read a collection of key takeaways from The Alliance’s Opioid Epidemic Summit on July 24, 2018.