Arlene Weintraub has over fifteen years of experience writing about health care, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology and the author of a book on the anti-aging industry, Selling the Fountain of Youth (Basic Books, 2010).She has been published in USA Today, US News & World Report, Technology Review, and other media outlets. She was previously a senior health writer for BusinessWeek.
About Arlene Weintraub
More From Arlene Weintraub
Those planning to send staffers to individual health exchanges with pre-tax funds might face some unpleasant surprises come tax-time.
Industry leaders worry tax can dampen growth and innovation.
The Supreme Court hears arguments tomorrow on whether for-profit businesses can enjoy some exemptions to the healthcare law that non-profits do.
After a spate of health reform delays, we outline what you're up against.
If you're thinking of shifting your workforce to part-timers, ask yourself these questions first.
Run by members, not shareholders, health co-ops might offer a strong alternative to small businesses weighing their coverage alternatives.
December enrollment deadlines for many health plans – including Obamacare's new SHOP exchanges – are looming. Signup can be tricky and complex, but we help you navigate your choices.
Health reform's roll-out has had its problems, but three economists feel it still has a chance to boost small business growth.
You might be tempted to cut time for QA, but it could doom your next project. We explore the site's sober takeaways for any digital entrepreneur.