October 2020 edHEALTH newsletter
Find out why the mental health crisis could get worse and how HR can respond; why edHEALTH chose Vermont for its stop-loss subsidiary, Educators Health Insur...
Actuaries’ Advice: Don't Leave Money on the Table
Educational institutions with fully insured health insurance arrangements for their employees are leaving money on the table, according to Steven Keshner, Se...
Why Vermont? edHEALTH’s Captive Management Leader Explains the Benefits
Inquiring minds want to know: Why is edHEALTH’s stop-loss subsidiary, Educators Health Insurance Exchange, based in Vermont? David White, Vice President for ...
5 Tips to Keep You Walking After the edHEALTH Challenge
Although the edHEALTH Walking Challenge has ended, it’s an ideal time of year to keep your steps up. Walking is low-cost, healthy, and a mood booster. Your a...
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We want to hear from you! As so many of our member school faculty and staff, vendors, partners, and other stakeholders are on Facebook, we’re back on the pla...
Boston College Takes Home Walking Challenge Trophy: Event Especially Appreciated in These Difficult Times
In the midst of a difficult time, edHEALTH’s “Walk this Way” Walking Challenge brought some healthy competition for our college and university staff. Fourtee...
Salve Regina Realizes Strong Results and Valuable HR Support
With compensation and benefits comprising 60% of Salve Regina University’s budget, Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer, William Hal...
August 2020 edHEALTH newsletter
Find out how Salve Regina University has realized strong results and valuable HR support; the 5 reasons healthcare costs could accelerate and how edHEALTH is...
November 2020 edHEALTH Newsletter
Find out:About the hidden effects of reduced 2020 healthcare costs and bold solutions that can help address the financial challenges aheadWhy educational ins...