En Español MONDAY, Jan. 7, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Higher costs, not better patient care, explain why the United States spends much more on health care than other developed countries, a new study indicates. U.S. health care spending was $9,892 per person in 2016. That was about 25 percent more than second-place Switzerland’s $7,919 Read the full article…

Ever heard of an Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSE HRA)? Ever heard of an Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSE HRA)? This new form of HRA is designed to specifically allow small groups, those that do not have 50 FTE, to pay for individual health insurance premiums for their employees. The new rules surrounding the Employer Read the full article…

Employer health coverage at all-time high Photo: Getty Images Employers, for better or worse, are investing in more in health care for their employees, according to a new survey commissioned by the Transamerica Center for Health Studies and conducted by Harris Poll in August. The survey, which included 1,500 business executives across the country found Read the full article…