BenefitsPRO Daily




Jan 04, 2018

On-site clinics trending among tech firms

By Jack Craver

If a multi-billion dollar corporation can offer an on-site barber and doggy daycare, why wouldn’t it also provide a doctor?  READ MORE »

The future of retirement is brighter than ever

By Ramesh Ponnuru

Many today lament the decline of the pension and the rise of 401(k)s. But they’re ignoring key facts about retirement of the past and present. READ MORE »


Median base pay rises slightly, health care sees most gains

By Katie Kuehner-Hebert

Two reports depict varying wage and job growth rates during the month of December and for all of 2017. READ MORE »

Blindness treatment to cost $425k…if it works

By Michelle Cortez

In a novel arrangement, the drugmaker will offer discounts based on whether or not the drug works initially and remains effective for the estimated 1,000 to 2,000 patients in the U.S. with a type of inherited retinal disease.  READ MORE »

FDA chief Scott Gottlieb isn’t pharma’s BFF after all

By Max Nisen

Pharma claims to like the free market, but in the year ahead, Gottlieb is set to prove how the free market can cut both ways for drugmakers. READ MORE »

More than $13M raised for sexual harassment legal defense fund

By Katie Kuehner-Hebert

Women leaders fighting sexual harassment in a new movement, TIME’S UP, have created the fund to help to defray costs for lawyers and communications professionals who provide assistance to those who experience sexual harassment. READ MORE »


Did the new tax cut just make everyone rich? – Carosa

By Chris Carosa

The coming tax cuts provide a rare one-time opportunity for workers to save more for retirement without suffering from lower take-home pay — plan sponsors and HR might want to help them see that. READ MORE »

Building a better behavioral health benefit with telepsychiatry

By Barry Doan

While many wellness programs today incorporate tactics that promote positive behavioral lifestyle changes, they often fall short of systematically addressing behavioral health conditions. READ MORE »


Will businesses fight the ACA’s employer mandate?

By Marlene Y. Satter

Although the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act isn’t new, this is the first year that the IRS is attempting to collect penalties from companies that didn’t shell out—for violations incurred in 2015. READ MORE »

Obamacare will survive in 2018

By Max Nisen

President Donald Trump has said the GOP’s tax bill “essentially repealed” Obamacare. He’s wrong — the Affordable Care Act will survive 2018 at least semi-intact. READ MORE »


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