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Want to rein in healthcare costs? Look beyond the deductible

After all ... Businesses are taking notice. In a survey of large employers conducted by the Business Group on Health, 39% of respondents identified a focus on high-cost claims as a top initiative for ... read more

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A Top Restaurateur Thinks Single-Payer Health Care Could Boost His Bottom Line

That's why Mark, who studied at nearby Johnson & Wales University and trained at restaurants in Providence and New York City, has joined a growing chorus of small-business owners who are supporting ... read more

Sell Omega Healthcare: 50% Downside To Generous NAV Estimate

That seems to be the rationale of OHI investors, who tell a story of a rising tide (aging population) lifting all boats ... Only 10% of healthcare real estate investors listed Skilled Nursing ... read more

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Single-payer health insurance may be just what these restaurateurs ordered

That’s why Mark, who studied at nearby Johnson and Wales University and trained in restaurants both here and in New York City, has joined a growing chorus of small-business owners to support Medicare ... read more


APIs Streamline Cross-Border SMB Payments

“This high cost significantly affects an SME’s margin. Additionally, the transfers take many days ... and continue to hinder growth and expansion for small businesses,” he noted – especially as they ... read more

To boost bottom lines, single-payer may be just what these restaurateurs ordered

Owners of small businesses and restaurants ... taxes if the government would take over the herculean task of insuring their workers. As premiums and health costs rise, the broader industry seems ... read more

New form of employer health insurance growing slower than planned

Colin Martin, the owner of small furniture company Gavco Industries, was facing a 40% rate increase to continue providing a health plan this year to his 16 employees. Rates had already gone up 8% to ... read more

Tracking the Coronavirus, Evaluating the Ease of Doing Business, Ending Negative Rates in Sweden

To reduce the r-factor, public health officials ... Compiling the index is no small task. Requirements and procedures are usually available freely, but actual experiences can differ from what is laid ... read more

CT city becomes the first in the state to pass a medicare for all resolution

New London became this week the first municipality in Connecticut to publicly call for Medicare for All. The resolution ... Ned Lamont, too, has said rising healthcare costs in Connecticut ... read more

'We are all competing': Los Angeles finds new ways to tackle labor shortage

The country's second largest city is scrambling to figure out ways to pay their existing employees and retrain prospective employees to fuel the labor market. read more

A top restaurateur thinks single-payer health care could boost his bottom line

Owners of very small businesses and restaurants ... taxes if the government would take over the task of insuring their workers. As premiums and health costs rise, the broader industry seems ... read more



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