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5 Cost-Effective Strategies for Better Benefits Enrollment

Creating a benefits enrollment process that is clear, concise and tailored to your business will simplify the process for employers and their workforce.

Richard Shaffer

Open Enrollment: An Important Moment for America's Self-Employed

More than a million self-employed people have purchased insurance through the Affordable Care Act.

Empowering Entrepreneurship Begins With Affordable Health Coverage

The gig economy that generates the talent startups can afford depends upon health insurance freelancers can afford.

This Startup Aims to be the Slack of Healthcare

HealthJoy's communication platform uses artificial intelligence and chatbot technology to hold down healthcare costs.

Marsha Hunt

Single-Payer Health Insurance Could Help Would-be Entrepreneurs Quit Their Jobs to Pursue Their Dreams

Universal health insurance would free skilled talent to form their own businesses, driving prosperity and entrepreneurial innovation.

Micha Kaufman

The Healthcare Industry Needs to Change in Order to Serve All Individuals

Glenn Llopis points out the core flaw in our current healthcare model.

Glenn Llopis

5 Ways to Improve Employee Care During an Uncertain Time

Health insurance turbulence shows little is for certain. Your team will appreciate you doing what you can to watch out for their well being.

Adam Goldberg

3 Ways Corporate Heavyweights Are Improving Employee Retention by Prioritizing Maternity Healthcare

Partnerships with specialty providers diversify the life-changing benefits available to employees.

Walter Chen

It Turns Out, Millennials Are Happiest With Their Health Benefits

They are also more likely to be actively engaged in choosing a plan.

Nina Zipkin

GOP Health Care Act Would Reduce Deficit, But Leave Millions Uninsured, CBO Says

The nonpartisan group shared its analysis of the American Health Care Act.

Nina Zipkin

What Entrepreneurs Can Do to Be Prepared for Changes to Healthcare Legislation

Uncertainty abounds, but there are ways you can be more involved.

Nina Zipkin