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  1. Final Rule on Hospital Price Transparency Released

    by Elaine

    On Friday, Nov. 15, 2019, the Trump administration released its final rule regarding hospital price transparency. This final rule will take effect Jan. 1, 2021, a year later than originally proposed. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) had been listening to feedback on a proposed version of the rule for the past four […]

  2. OSHA Recommends the Use of Leading Indicators

    OSHA recently launched a new webpage encouraging safer workplaces through the use of leading indicators. Leading indicators are proactive and preventive measures that can shed light on the effectiveness of safety and health activities, and reveal potential problems in a safety and health program. One example of a leading indicator may be the amount of […]

  3. Potential Benefits and Drawbacks to CBD Oil

    Cannabidiol (CBD oil) has become a popular subject in the media. You may have even noticed it steadily finding its way onto the shelves of health stores and coffee shops, or at stores that specialize in or exclusively sell it. While you may have heard many stories on the varying uses and effectiveness of CBD […]

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  4. Coverage in Action: Equipment Breakdown Insurance

    Equipment Breakdown Insurance Companies need safe and working equipment to operate efficiently and generate revenue. In fact, some organizations rely exclusively on a few pieces of equipment to run their entire business. Following a breakdown, major losses can occur, and many organizations turn to equipment breakdown insurance (sometimes referred to as boiler and machinery insurance). […]

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  5. Live Well, Work Well

    Health and wellness tips for your work, home and life—brought to you by the insurance professionals at Insurance Solutions PREVENTING BURNOUT The World Health Organization (WHO) now considers burnout to be a syndrome. In previous editions of the WHO’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), burnout wasn’t considered a serious condition, and its only listed symptom […]

  6. Proposed Overtime Rule

    Earlier this year the Department of Labor issued a proposed overtime rule. It would establish new salary thresholds for the “white collar” exemptions to the overtime payment requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Under the proposed overtime rule, the salary threshold would increase from $23,660 to $35,308 per year. The proposed rule would […]

  7. New Bipartisan Bill Aimed at Reducing Health Care Costs Proposed

    The Senate Health Committee proposed a bipartisan bill last month.  Its called the Lower Health Care Costs Act. This bill addresses several issues of health care costs. For instance, surprise medical billing, reducing the cost of prescription drugs and the overall cost of delivering health care, and improving transparency. The proposed bill is the latest […]

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  8. Know Your Numbers: Coverage Gaps Often Lead to Massive Unanticipated Costs

    Coverage gaps can often prove fatal to organizations of many shapes and sizes. While this is known to many business owners in an abstract sense, we’d like to make it more concrete. How much can it really cost to have gaps in your coverages? Which coverages are most often overlooked? Which are most costly? Two […]

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  9. Insurance Solutions Resource Library

    Businesses in the 21st century face a variety of threats, new and old. Business insurance staples are as useful as ever, while newer coverages like cyber liability, employment practices liability, specialty gap coverage insurance, and more are becoming increasingly common and indispensable. Electronic data protection and management alone can open up small businesses to significant […]

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  10. Why Do CEOs Buy Insurance Like Their Grandfather’s Did?

    Many companies continue to buy insurance like they did over 30 years ago. Back then, there was no Internet, sales efforts began with the Yellow Pages and a Rolodex, and smart phones were only found in science fiction movies. Today, it’s time for CEOs to change this legacy approach. Giant brokers promise value added services […]

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