Benefits tech company CEO says proposed federal rule changes for Association Health Plans could make upselling small biz P&C clients into employee benefits plans a compelling and financially rewarding proposition for brokers.
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Scant details on Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Chase foray into health insurance leaves many...
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase sent shockwaves through the health insurance industry on Tuesday by announcing that the three giant companies will partner on ways to address healthcare for their U.S. employees.
Inaugural “HR Transform” conference highlighting the tech-driven transformation of the workplace set for April 4-5 in Las Vegas.
Santa Claus is being urged (in a tongue-in-cheek manner) to review his insurance coverage prior to embarking on his incredible around-the-world journey on Christmas Eve.
More favorable pricing, economic trends suggest improved growth ahead according to new report; profitability hits median high of 22.7% in third quarter.
New John Hancock study identifies significant disconnect between fact and fiction regarding the cost of and ability to get coverage among Americans living with diabetes.
Acquisition will make The Hartford the second-largest group life and disability insurer with approximately $5 billion in expected earned premium while it will allow Aetna to enhance its focus on core health insurance business.
New survey finds that many employees who do not have voluntary group life insurance provided by their employer say it is because their employer doesn't offer it.
New LIMRA study shows 108 million Americans have life insurance through their workplace, compared to 102 million covered by individual life insurance. It is the first time employment-based coverage has exceeded individual coverage.
Term life insurance accounts for the largest share of voluntary inforce premium by product, according to Eastbridge Consulting Group's annual U.S. State ESI and EPI Data report. Dental, short-term disability, long-term disability and universal/whole life rounds out the top five.
3 in 4 human resources professionals surveyed say their benefits broker makes open enrollment easier for them, but 37% say their employees do not understand their benefits.