Companies Turning to Private Exchanges for Lower Costs

Companies that turned to a new private exchange concept of giving their workers money to buy health benefits via online marketplaces continue to see lower health care costs than trends for most other employers, saving “more than $750 per worker” for 2015, according to benefits consultancy Aon Hewitt (AON). Across companies on its private exchange, […]

Students’ Options for Health Insurance

With the Affordable Care Act, twenty-somethings now have the opportunity to remain on their parents’ plan until they reach the age of 26. While this is good news for the struggling grad-students, this also means that some of you (or most of you) will choose to remain uninformed about health insurance options until it’s absolutely […]

More Insurance Plans Sold Through Private Exchange

Employers are moving more quickly than forecasted to offer health insurance to their workers through private exchanges, according to new data from Accenture, a consulting firm. Three million people signed up for workplace health coverage for this year through private exchanges, Accenture said. That’s roughly three times the number of people the firm had estimated […]

Private Exchanges are Popular

Due to unpopularity of and other woes, private exchanges have become increasingly popular. Recent success for private exchanges can be attributed to many reasons, but not qualifying for federal help pushed them to seek other remedies. To read more, click here. Jeffrey R. Ungvary President