Where we’re going
One-Third of Americans Say They Can’t Afford to Contribute to an HSA
Harvard Business Review’s article sponsored by Centivo, Does Your Health Plan Leave Your Workers Functionally Uninsured?, can be boiled down to this one statement: “Unfortunately, one-third of Americans say they can’t afford to contribute to an HSA.” This assertion is made referencing Centivo’s December 2021 Healthcare and Financial report. Centivo surveyed 805 adults 18-64 years of … Continued
Credit Reporting of Medical Debt
On March 1, 2022 the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) issued a 54 page report regarding the impacts of medical debt on consumers. “Medical bills placed on credit reports can result in reduced access to credit, increased risk of bankruptcy, avoidance of medical care, and difficulty securing employment, even when the bill itself is inaccurate … Continued
No Surprises Act: How’s Your Response So Far — Strategic or Solely Compliance?
Two months ago, Jack Towarnicky of aequum joined Steve Cyboran and Wes Rogers of Humaculture in the first of five monthly webinar series to highlight new opportunities prompted by the No Surprises Act and Consolidated Appropriations Act. The next 30 minute session is Today, March 17th, when Jack will be joined by Steve, Wes and Scott … Continued