Are you wasting money on light bulbs (and other things you buy)?
So you run a small company. You are known for your financial savvy: how to watch expenses, get great bargains on supplies, be a good steward of resources. And of course you expect everyone who works for you to be as good a steward as you are. You even switched
3 Easy Ways To Lower Your Costs and Improve Your Benefits (Part 2)
In Part 1 we learned that one of the easiest things that self-funded employers can do to lower their costs and improve their benefits is to take an active role in managing advanced imaging. We looked at a midwestern school district that was burning $1M a year on imaging alone.
3 Easy Ways To Lower Your Costs and Improve Your Benefits (Part 1)
The world of employee benefits is a world with lots of data and very little information. You probably get a whole bunch of reports every quarter or, if you’re lucky, even every month. Unfortunately, my experience (coupled with my 3-year old’s reaction in the picture above) tells me those reports
The Silver Bullet to Fixing Healthcare
I would be a bit embarrassed to call The Zero Card that myself but the good news is you don’t have to take my word for it. You can read the Forbes story here and please share, share, share! Also we just added 2,934 lab locations, 2,548 imaging centers, 1,173
What if We Made Healthcare Simple and Free?
What if We Made Healthcare Simple and Free? The typical solution to rising healthcare costs is unfortunately to shift those costs. In fact from 1999 to 2015, employee contributions have increased some 236%. To add insult to injury wages have stagnated during that period and the result has been The Key Barrier