On June 28th, Amazon announced that they signed an agreement to buy PillPack, an online pharmacy that was started in 2013. PillPack provides prepackaged doses of multiple medications labeled by date and time, coordinate refills, provide [...]
Rising cost of prescription drugs has continued to make the national news and has become the subject of multiple congressional hearings. Consequently, many drug manufactures and insurance companies are slowing the rates of cost increase [...]
If a worker is incorrectly classified as an independent contractor and is not offered health and welfare benefits, the company is liable and has to repay benefits back to the date they would have been eligible [...]
Earlier this year, Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JP Morgan Chase announced that they were forming a joint venture designed to lower the cost of healthcare for their employees. Like many corporations, these companies are [...]
Unemployment has recently hit an all-time low falling below 4%. While this is great news, an unemployment rate this low also significantly shrinks a candidate pool.
So what are companies doing to attract [...]
I was pleased to see a recent publication from Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA), who is not only a member of Congress but also a medical doctor who provided patient care in Louisiana’s charity hospital system for [...]
Earlier this month, the IRS announced new 2019 HSA contribution and out-of-pocket maximum limits. In 2019, there will be a $50 increase in the annual contribution limit for single-only coverage and a $100 increase in the annual contribution limit [...]