News and Articles About Health Insurance
With prevention a key focus of the new healthcare law, employers are promoting health. Here's how.
Because of a shift in how Obamacare affects laid-off employees, businesses might see some COBRA-related savings.
Unsurprisingly, the tech sector dominates the list. But can you guess who came in at No. 2?
As delays continue to plague Obamacare, entrepreneurs are left with a mixed bag of consequences for their businesses.
Health insurance may not end up being as costly as you anticipate. Only 28 percent of small companies (with fewer than 10 workers) offer it.
After a spate of health reform delays, we outline what you're up against.
A new government report says the level of rate hikes for small businesses and their employees will be higher than originally estimated.
Entrepreneur.com partnered with Social Media Week to come up with a list of startups that have potential for a breakout year.
If you're thinking of shifting your workforce to part-timers, ask yourself these questions first.
A new study finds a money-saving reason businesses should keep their eye on the new government exchanges.
Small business owners who don't offer health insurance to employees can use the new law to their benefit, even if they are exempt from the Affordable Care Act.
Obamacare may actually improve small-business owners' bottom lines. Here are four factors to consider when signing up.
The disparity between those losing coverage and those gaining demonstrates the private sector is, and always will be, better at managing events than the government.
The White House is bringing in some big guns in the world of health-care tech to help fix the broken federal insurance exchange.
Keep these factors in mind while weighing your healthcare options.
The insurance exchange for companies opens November 1. Don't let delays keep you from weighing all your company's healthcare options.
President Obama dismissed technical problems with the new health-care exchanges and said they would be fixed. But consumers are finding it hard to sign up for coverage.
Trying to sign up for health-care coverage under Obamacare? You may find it's a case of hurry up and wait.
The downsides of the Affordable Care Act may be plentiful, but the pros might just outweigh them in the end. Here, entrepreneurs and health-care watchers weigh in.
What industry is yelling loudest about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act? Meet the trade group leading a charge to water down and repeal Obamacare.
Most folks don't think about taxes until the spring, but October has some important tax deadlines for business owners.
Despite what defenders of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act claim, business owners report that they are cutting jobs and hours because of the new law.
Getting your team's input should be one of your first steps to prepare for the new health reforms.
Bookmark this benefit strategy timeline to make the most of the year-long extension.
The pet insurance sector is growing fast, as startups and even Wal-Mart have entered the $500 million business.