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According to a recent study, individuals with sleep apnea (a nighttime breathing disorder that disrupts sleep) are at twice the risk of being in a serious vehicle crash than people without the condition. The study looked at two groups; 800 people with sleep apnea and 800 participants without the condition. During the study period, 800 sleep apnea participants were involved in 250 crashes while the group without the condition were involved in only 123 crashes.
In September 2015, Sally Quillian Yates, a United States Deputy Attorney General, issued a seven-page memorandum entitled “Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing.” This memorandum has attracted an enormous amount of attention.
Are private exchanges living up to their potential? This report analyzes data on exchange enrollees collected from employers, and compares the actuarial values of medical plans and enrollee choices before and after exchange implementation.
As earnings take a hit and China continues to slow, the U.S. labor market remains a bright spot in gloomy global economic landscape.
The professionals of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.'s Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services practice (Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors, LLC) presented a 50-minute webinar highlighting the capital market changes in the fourth quarter.
The professionals of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.'s Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services practice (Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors, LLC) presented a 50-minute webinar highlighting the capital market changes in the first quarter.
In the news for this issue, we focus on some items of keen interest, including how the Zika virus is affecting care, overbilling by hospices, why EMTALA matters, how states are trying to manage hospital mergers outside of state and federal laws, and mistakes by doctors on medical probation.