Monthly Archives: October 2015

Foes of Tax on ‘Cadillac’ Health Plans Gain, but Challenges Remain

via Wall Street Journal There is more support than ever on Capitol Hill for rolling back the health law’s tax on high-cost employer health plans—notably from some Democrats usually opposed to paring back the law, as well as from many … Continue reading

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Millennials: Many Are Saving but Few Are Planning

via Life & Health Advisor WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) and the Center for Generational Kinetics (CGK) today released new research focused on the retirement outlook of the Millennial generation that found while 68 percent of Americans … Continue reading

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70,000 Ways to Classify Ailments

via Wall Street Journal Doctors, hospitals and insurers are bracing for possible disruptions on Oct. 1 when the U.S. health-care system switches to a massive new set of codes for describing illnesses and injuries. Under the new system, cardiologists will … Continue reading

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