A captive insurance plan, or a self-insured plan, consists of a collection of companies that come together to create a fund, otherwise known as a buying group. Captive insurance allows employers to combine employee’s claims experience with other like-minded businesses to control medical insurance costs. Since business owners are the insureds in a captive, they […]
Tina Freedman, Director of Marketing, Triton Benefits We are halfway through 2020, which means open enrollment for group medical benefits will be here before you know it. Now is the time to start thinking about 2021 employee benefits open enrollment. Researching it now can improve the options offered and even save you money. Given the […]
On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, District Judge Carl Nichols ruled in favor of the Trump administration’s final rule requiring hospitals to disclose their negotiated prices. The rule was released on Nov. 15, 2019, and set to take effect Jan. 1, 2021. However, in December 2019, the American Hospital Association (AHA) filed a lawsuit attempting to […]
Hosted by Melissa Cooke and Olivia Hanlon of Triton Benefits & HR Solutions along with guest speaker, Cecilia De la Rosa of HealthEquity, HSA specialist. Learn everything you need to know on how HSA’s work; how to set them up, how employees manage them and the long-term benefits of growing a strong financial silo […]
Steve Rosenthal, CEO of Triton HR, participated in a webinar hosted by EBN to talk about open enrollment and benefits, as well as provide tips to employers so that they can improve their processes.
Employers must look to their benefits services to ensure they offer a package that curbs rising costs while addressing health needs.
A large amount of employers’ health costs go toward employees with chronic illnesses. Managing your health benefits efficiently and promoting a healthy work culture can help bring those costs down.
Triton HR & Benefits Solutions is uniquely situated to provide an in-depth overview of current trends in the employee benefits arena.
The increasing popularity of wearable technologies has created privacy concerns among those in the healthcare space.
The Social Security Administration recently announced changes to the maximum earnings subject to the tax.