Healthcare cash plans

Some employers use healthcare cash plans. This is a type of health benefit insurance scheme that pays a cash sum to cover the cost of specified day-to-day healthcare treatments.


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Why US firm Hallmark takes a long-term view on employee wellbeing

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Greetings card company Hallmark is one of a growing number of US companies adopting innovative approaches to wellbeing, in response...

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Seven ways US corporate wellbeing differs to the UK

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US companies are more advanced in delivering wellbeing programmes than their UK equivalents, but what are the key differences between...

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Health benefits top list of employer-provided benefits

Healthcare tops list of employer-provided benefits

12 Aug 2014

Health-related benefits feature heavily in the most common benefits provided by employers, a survey of 327 organisations' benefits packages conducted by XpertHR has found.

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Five key questions to ask before implementing a healthcare cash plan

26 Jul 2011

Although they are often seen as a good benefit, cash plans are not right for every business. Before you implement...

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