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Posts By: Andy Vetor

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What will happen to insurance now that we’ve cast our vote?

This is not a political post, I promise. But it is a post to help everyone understand the potential impact of the recent election on insurance. Voters demanded change…and […]
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Low Cholesterol, High Cost.

With the flood of commercials that lead many of us to self-diagnose or question if we might be better served by a new medicine versus our current prescription, it’s […]
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Creative Thinking. Non-traditional benefits pay-off

Work-life balance.  Many businesses give this buzzword mere lip service; others have a genuine interest in helping employees achieve it. Many times, this involves non-traditional benefits to help employees […]
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The Private Exchange Conundrum

What is a “Private Health Insurance Exchange”? What is it and what makes them successful? How can it help my company? Is this truly a better alternative? Join us […]
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Better than Vegas

If you handed me a dollar and I gave you back $2.00, I’d have your interest. If I raised the amount to $5.00, you’d be hooked. Such is the […]
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Getting 100%

Given the considerable cost of presenteeism (when employees come to work but aren’t at 100 percent), what’s a business to do? We already discussed the considerable impact of presenteeism […]
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Don’t bother coming in to work…Really

What’s more valuable, an employee home in bed or one sitting in the office?  The answer isn’t quite as obvious as it seems.  The term used to describe employees […]
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Things Employers Need to Know About the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act may be delayed until 2015, but business concerns continue to mount. Since it became the law of the land March 23, 2010, businesses have had […]
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Reinsurance Fee Changes

On October 30, 2013, Health and Human Services (“HHS”) released a regulation addressing reinsurance contributions by self-funded and self-administered plans. The regulation states that HHS intend to propose future […]
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Healthcare Reform Special Section: Rethinking Brokers

MJ principal, Andy Vetor speaks on the evolving state of employee benefits brokers in HR Magazine.
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