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PHT to refund more than $1.2 million to eligible members
Palmetto Hospital Trust will refund eligible members more than $1.2 million in 2017, while keeping payroll class code rates flat. With the most recently approved refunds, Trust members will have received a total of $41.2 million in refunds between 2007-2017. According to policies approved by...[MORE]
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Article 2377 Save the date for PRO Session and the MSLA
An invitation-only event, A Special Session for PHLIP Liability Program Member Physician Risk Officers & Risk Managers, will be held on March 23, 2017 at the Westin Poinsett in Greenville. The 16th Annual PHTS Medical Staff Leadership Advance will begin later that day and ...[MORE]
Article 2376 What functions can your security team perform?
By: Ken Bukowski, VP, Vertical Markets, Allied Universal As cost pressures increase, healthcare facilities are challenged to reduce expenditures, while being responsive to patients and visitors. The role of the healthcare security professional is a visible brand ambassador whose primary ...[MORE]
Article 2375 Global medical costs expected to increase in 2017
While global inflation rates appear to be mitigating, average cost increases for employer-sponsored medical plans globally are continuing to rise, according to a new report from PHTS strategic ally Aon. Average cost increases are projected to be 8.2% in 2017, up slightly from 8.1% in 2016. However, ...[MORE]
Article 2374 Salisbury receives Gold Award
Tracey Salisbury has been named recipient of the 2016 PHTS Gold Award. Presented to one associate each year, the recipient receives a commemorative plaque and a gift certificate. The Gold Award is part of the PHTS Associate Rewards and Recognition Program, designed “To improve the work environment ...[MORE]
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Aon Consulting is among the top global human capital consulting firms, with 2008 revenues of $1.4 billion and 6,300 professionals worldwide. Aon Consulting is shaping the workplace of the future through benefits, talent management and rewards strategies and solutions. The firm was named the best employee benefit consulting firm by the readers of Business Insurance magazine in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

Medical cost management, worker productivity improvement, a focus on general health and wellness, and the need to keep the workforce satisfied all combine to make managing health and welfare a complex and challenging issue. Aon Consulting treats health and benefits like an investment rather than an expense and builds a value-based business case to help its clients quantify the impact of a robust program. Moreover, as leaders in CDH design, Aon was one of the first companies in the United States to implement a CDH plan of its own—a clear demonstration of the company’s own innovation and leadership.

Aon Consulting has also developed an industry-leading toolkit of health and welfare tools and databases to guide your program decisions. This toolkit offers continually refreshed databases that bring an unparalleled level of efficiency to vendor identification and selection. Aon Consulting’s health and welfare toolkit includes industry-leading RFI databases that contain insightful information on several thousand health and welfare plans and vendors.

By employing the full spectrum of health management programs, including health promotion and wellness, chronic condition management and care/case management, you can identify and manage major healthcare cost drivers for your entire workforce population, regardless of individual health status.

Aon Consulting has unparalleled resources to help you develop effective strategies for your health and welfare benefit programs. National, regional, and local expertise allows the company to efficiently develop customized solutions to meet the unique needs of your organization.