Small Business Health Insurance Trends 2019

The majority of Americans rely on small business health insurance to get the coverage they need. Unfortunately, too many small businesses fail to offer the right coverage options. In fact, in a survey of firms with between 3 and 9 employees, only 44% of those small businesses offered any health benefits. That’s bad news considering that small businesses make up the majority of businesses in the United States. Luckily, things are looking up. Despite the complicated and confusing insurance landscape of today, new trends are taking over that make small…

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70% Savings Expected on Treating Orthopedic Injuries with Partnership Between Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center, KRMC Physicians, LLC & CPM, Inc.

Manhattan, KS, September 11, 2019 –(PR.com)– Adding KRMC’s Stem Cell Therapy to an employer’s group health benefits can produce a savings of over 70% on orthopedic injuries where, previously, surgery would have been the only option. In addition, Stem Cell Therapy shows reduced absenteeism in the workplace while reducing the risk of opiate addiction. KRMC and Corporate Plan Management (CPM) have partnered together to offer self-insured groups access to a new healthcare benefit that is an alternative solution to traditional surgery and medications. Stem Cell Therapy is a less invasive…

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iGrad and APTA Recognized with Power of A Gold Award for Financial Solutions Center

San Diego, CA, September 11, 2019 –(PR.com)– Financial wellness company iGrad and the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) were recently recognized with a 2019 Power of A Gold Award by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) for the APTA Financial Solutions Center. ASAE's Power of A Awards are the industry's highest honor, recognizing the association community's valuable contributions on local, national and global levels. iGrad and APTA were among the 12 Power of A Gold Award winners. The APTA Financial Solutions Center is powered by iGrad’s Enrich™ financial wellness…

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Hurricane Dorian gives Americans a wake-up call they should not ignore, says Allstate

Hurricane Dorian - Storm heading toward Florida

The insurer’s data shows that almost 60 percent of U.S. residents aren’t prepared for a natural disaster. Well over half of all Americans would have been completely unprepared for an event like Hurricane Dorian, said a recent report released by Allstate Insurance. Nearly 60 percent of Americans are assuming that natural disasters won’t affect them. Allstate Insurance used Hurricane Dorian as an example of the type of natural disaster that can threaten Americans. Its report showed that while 70 percent of Americans say that they are concerned over catastrophic events…

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