Top 5 Posts on the OneExchange Blog for 2014
It’s a brand new year, but before we’re too deep into 2015, let’s look back at the posts that attracted the most readers last year. With topics ranging from wellness to private exchanges to the primary care physician shortage, here are the most popular OneExchange blog posts from 2014: Wellness Programs and the Challenge of […]
Estimated number of Millennials at the end of 2015, overtaking Baby Boomers (74.9 million) as the largest living generation
Whatever safety precautions you take in advance of a storm take even more, be even more cautious.
Mayor Bill De Blasio, on a potentially record-breaking blizzard expected to hit New York City this week
The New Year Brings New ACA Reporting Requirements on Employees’ Coverage Status
The ACA’s requirement that large employers report the health coverage status of their employees was strictly voluntary for 2014. Not so for 2015. Copies of the forms must be provided to employees by January 31, 2016 for the calendar year 2015 and filed with the IRS shortly thereafter. That means recordkeeping must begin now. The […]
No one is as happy as they seem on Facebook, as depressed as they seem on Twitter, or as employed as they seem on LinkedIn.
Bill Gross, CEO of Idealab, an incubator for technology startups
ACA Prompts Employers to Consider New Alternatives for Pre-65 Retiree Medical Benefits
Recent data from Towers Watson revealed that by 2017, 53 percent of employers that sponsor health care programs for pre-65 retirees will reassess their approach. “Pre-65 retiree medical plan sponsors have been eagerly awaiting options to deliver improved value to their early retirees. For too long, limited options and high costs have burdened employers and […]
Tout Est Pardonné, Je Suis Charlie
In English, “All is Forgiven” and “I am Charlie,” headlines on the first issue of Charlie Hebdo after the attack on their offices. The second phrase, in French, has become a rallying cry for free speech activists around the world.
Vote in the Senate advancing the Keystone XL pipeline bill, despite Obama’s threat to veto the bill if it reaches his desk
In Plaintiff’s view, the current information available… is not entirely accurate — especially the implication that all grand jurors believed that there was no support for any charges.
Lawsuit brought by “Grand Juror Doe” against the prosecuting attorney in the Michael Brown case
Midday price for a barrel of U.S. crude oil, after a dramatic start to the day when it briefly dipped below $50 a barrel