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How Employers Buy Benefits Is Broken

If you’ve followed the five case studies we’ve shared in The New Benefits Blueprint, you know that we showcased our clients who are offering higher quality benefits to their employees, while significantly lowering their company’s health-care spending. In order to deliver long-term cost containment, we are constantly creating innovative strategies in response to the ever-changing […]

If you’ve followed the five case studies we’ve shared in The New Benefits Blueprint, you know that we showcased our clients who are offering higher quality benefits to their employees, while significantly lowering their company’s health-care spending. In order to deliver long-term cost containment, we are constantly creating innovative strategies...

DCW Helps the United Way Lower Health Care Costs

Health care is typically a top three expense for employers and a critical piece of attracting and retaining top talent. The United Way of Youngstown and Mahoning Valley is no different, but as a nonprofit every dollar the organization can save in operations is a dollar that can be reinvested...

United Way Improves Insurance, Saves $66K

Last year, Employee Benefits 101 examined the innovative strategies and methodologies available to employers to reduce health-care benefit costs, while improving the benefit plans they offer their employees. We took a deeper dive into the successes of the following local companies: Compco Industries: Reversed its escalating health-care expense and currently offers higher quality benefits, while […]

Last year, Employee Benefits 101 examined the innovative strategies and methodologies available to employers to reduce health-care benefit costs, while improving the benefit plans they offer their employees. We took a deeper dive into the successes of the following local companies: Compco Industries: Reversed its escalating health-care expense and currently...

Drawing Up Your New Benefits Blueprint

Robert Gearhart Jr. returns in his third year as a contributor for The Business Journal in his new series, The New Benefits Blueprint. As existing entities in the health-care market consolidate – as when CVS acquired Aetna – and new players enter the field, like the joint venture between Amazon.com...