Are health savings accounts the answer?

Proponents hope HSAs will reduce over-utilization, increase access to health care, improve the physician-patient relationship, and lower overall health care costs. Critics argue that the plans jeopardize patients’ access to quality care and may actually end up increasing health expenses in the long term.

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Avoiding sexual harassment lawsuits

Adopting an effective written harassment policy, and then educating and training your employees and supervisors on how to utilize and enforce the policy, can help you meet the expectations of the EEOC, and your legal responsibility to keep your workplace free from harassment.

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Health Department overhauls regulations

Some stakeholders regard the draft regulations as representing bold and long-overdue change that is urgently needed to keep pace with a health care delivery landscape that has evolved significantly over the past 20 years, while others regard them as overly prescriptive and intrusive.

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Industry trends in health care staffing

The expected increase in the medical staffing industry offers a positive outlook for recruitment firms. However, long-term indicators point to an imbalance in the years ahead due to increased demand for medical services combined with shortages in the physician workforce.

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