Tag Archives: healthcare reform

Survey: Employers Appear Committed to Providing Medical Benefits, Despite Health Care Reform Concerns

Willis Health Care Reform Survey: WHAT STRATEGIES WILL YOUR ORGANIZATION IMPLEMENT OR PLAN TO IMPLEMENT IN RESPONSE TO HEALTH CARE REFORM?

Our 2014 Health Care Reform Survey suggest that, despite concerns over health care reform, organizations plan to continue employer-sponsored health plans. Continue reading →

Innovation, Strategy and Market Disruption – Re-thinking Health Care in a Post-Reform Environment

Innovation

In this year's annual Willis Health Care Forum, keynote speaker Dr. Michael Raynor goes into great detail about how health care organizations must focus on innovation. Continue reading →

Our Scariest Employee Benefits Risk – Health Care Reform

Scariest Risks

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) has presented a scary scenario for organizations who are grappling with the reform’s changes to their plans. Continue reading →

Health Care Transformation is Underway but the Industry Needs to Work out the Kinks

Even before the Supreme Court ruled on the constitutionality of health care reform, a transformation in the health care industry was already underway as health care organizations began to consider what shape their business models might take in the context … Continue reading →

Don’t Wait for Election Day to Prepare for Health Reform

Some employers were hoping the Supreme Court would make PPACA go away. Don’t make the same mistake with the fall elections. Continue reading →

What Will Health Care Reform Decision Mean to Employer Plans?

However the Supreme Court rules about Health Care Reform this month, employers will have to figure out how the ruling and subsequent political fallout will affect their group medical plans. Here is our overview of the issues associated with each possible outcome. Continue reading →

Willis Health Care Reform Survey: What Employers Think

COST IMPACT OF HEALTH CARE REFORM

The Willis Human Capital Practice surveyed more than 2,300 employers in a wide range business sizes, industries, and geographic regions to learn how things were going in their preparation for Health Care Reform (PPACA). What we found was that the costs and benefits of the Act are coming into greater focus for employers now that the Act has entered the implementation phase. Continue reading →

Emerging Health Care Risk of 2012

Hospitals and health care systems of all sizes, from critical access facilities to huge non-profit and for-profit organizations, are struggling to deal with the health care professional liability issues raised by the seeming tidal wave of physicians becoming employed by … Continue reading →

Health Care Reform and Liability: Is the Sky Falling?

We are currently in one of the most sustained periods ever for Health Care Professional Liability market stability, and there's no reason for pessimism. Continue reading →