As an insurance producer who is selling a promise to deliver a service in the future, building trust with your client is essential. But how do you define trust, and what are some ways you can establish it to improve upon your client relationships?
Pinnacle Claims Management Inc., (PCMI) is hosting Open House events next week at our Cedar Health and Wellness Centers located in Northern and Central California. If you are in the area, please join us.
You’ve probably noticed that the term “big data” has been a buzz word in health care lately. It’s because when analyzed and applied properly, big data can help patients achieve better health outcomes while lowering medical costs for employers.
With tax season just barely over, it might be odd to be talking so soon about next year’s tax season, but for self-insured employers with 50 or more full-time employees facing potential tax penalties, we must.
To lighten up the serious mood of the tax deadline this week, we thought we would shine the spotlight on the positive impact of laughter on your employees’ health and well being in honor of National Humor Month. In our Feb.
An effective insurance producer or business owner knows that to succeed in business, having great communication skills is a must. But how do you know if your skills are where they should be? A good way to find out is to consider how people are responding to your messages and presentations.
On Tues., March 24, 2015 is the American Diabetes Association’s National Alert Day, an annual campaign that brings awareness to the public on how to prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes. We are providing information about this disease and the link to a brief test
A notice from the IRS and the Treasury Department regarding the “Cadillac Tax” was issued on Feb. 23, 2015, which will have an effect on higher cost, employer-sponsored health plans starting in 2018. Here is what you need to know about this tax and how it can affect self-funded employers.
As an employer, it’s easy to have a love–hate relationship with specialty drugs. On one hand, these drugs can effectively treat and save money in the long run on chronic employee health conditions such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
With pharmacy costs going up each year, employers need to have a good strategy on how to keep their costs manageable. According to a 2014 annual prescription drug benefit survey, 77 percent of U.S. employers interviewed said that they were spending 16 percent of their total health benefits on prescription drugs.