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Delta Air Lines Charges Unvaccinated Workers $200 Monthly Premium Surcharge

Delta Air Lines Charges Unvaccinated Workers $200 Monthly Premium Surcharge

Delta Air Lines is among the first big U.S. employers to impose a substantial health premium surcharge—$200 per month—on its unvaccinated employees, the airline…This post was originally published on this site

The Ultimate Guide to Hiring a Benefits Broker

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The Ultimate Guide to Hiring a Benefits Broker

An effective benefits strategy gives employers a competitive edge, yet too many companies fail to take the crucial first step: choosing the optimal benefits broker for…This post was originally published on this site

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Agencies: No Cost-Sharing for PrEP-Related HIV Prevention Services

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Agencies: No Cost-Sharing for PrEP-Related HIV Prevention Services

HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medication and essential support services are together considered preventive services that must be fully covered outside the…This post was originally published on this site

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New Telehealth Users Expected to Keep Accessing Virtual Care

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New Telehealth Users Expected to Keep Accessing Virtual Care

The use of telehealth services spiked during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and many new users intend to continue making telehealth visits. Other research shows that access to telehealth keeps people out of hospital emergency rooms.This post was originally published on this site

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Coalition Raises Concerns with Public Options for Employee Health Care

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Coalition Raises Concerns with Public Options for Employee Health Care

The Partnership for Employer-Sponsored Coverage, whose members include SHRM, responded to congressional committee chairs who favor making a public health care option available to private-sector employees.This post was originally published on this site

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