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Executive Order Instructs Agencies to Expand Access to HSAs

On June 24, President Trump signed an executive order that, among other things, instructs various federal agencies to: 1) increase transparency in medical pricing and quality, 2) improve the ability of patients to control their

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Pharmacy Cost Management: 5 Tips for Managing Your Pharmacy Benefits Partner

Now, more than ever, your pharmacy benefit manager can be a critical partner in controlling your health care costs. And, like any successful partnership, this one requires trust, transparency and goal alignment. Here are five

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Capturing 2019 Manufacturing Opportunity: How Better Risk Management Can Strengthen Your Game

The business climate for middle-market manufacturers ($100 million to $3 billion in revenue) is growing steadily – presenting new opportunities, fresh markets and different ways of operating. That means your exposures are growing, too –

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Tips for Balancing New Nonprofit Opportunities and Risks

How One Summer Camp Property Approached New Revenue Stream When the company producing the Tumbleweed and Dancefestopia music festivals asked about taking over the bucolic, rural Kansas Wildwood Outdoor Education Center, Executive Director Robyn Ratcliff

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Pharmacy Cost Management: Can you benefit from recent FDA guidance on biosimilar replacements?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued guidance May 13 that clears the way for pharmacists to replace some expensive biological medical products with certain biosimilars. This change has the potential to help companies save

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Parental Leave Is Latest Hot Benefit for Attracting and Retaining Younger Workers

Parental leave is a hot topic in both legislative and corporate circles. Many companies aren’t waiting for more mandates, however. As they look for ways to gain a competitive advantage in the labor market, they’re

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DOL proposes increase to annual salary limit for exempt employees

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has issued proposed regulations that, if finalized, will make it harder for employers to classify lower paid salaried employees as exempt from overtime pay. Previously, in order to avoid

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