Why Employers Pay Too Much For Health Care

Why Employers Pay Too Much For Health Care

Did you know that employers are paying hospitals more than twice as much as what Medicare pays? At some hospitals they are paying four times as much. Those are the findings from a new study by the RAND Corporation. It wasn’t always so. In fact, as recently as 2000, private payers were paying only 10% more than Medicare. Since then, the gap has been growing by leaps and bounds. What makes this especially surprising is that it has happened at a time when employers have been getting increasingly aggressive about controlling health care costs….

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National Technology Day 2019: Will leverage technology for development, says PM Modi

National Technology Day 2019: Will leverage technology for development, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (File Photo) On the occasion of National Technology Day 2019, President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday greeted the nation and remembered the achievements of the scientific community. President Kovind said India is committed to using technology to accelerate development and ensure every citizen has a dignified existence. PM Modi said the hard work of the country’s scientists has always ensured a stronger and safer India. “May we continue leveraging the power of technology for national progress,” he said. National Technology Day is celebrated annually…

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Healthy nutrition tips for those fasting in Ramadan

Healthy nutrition tips for those fasting in Ramadan

Vegetable dishes should be preferred for both suhoor and iftar meals. Muslims around the world will be fasting for a month as of May 6, willingly abstaining from eating and drinking. But fasting can be a little difficult, especially for those in the northern hemisphere, as the days are longer. Ramadan is a time of self-reflection and self-purification, both physically and spiritually. Therefore, we need to learn how to maintain a balanced and healthy diet. First of all, it is necessary to consume foods in four groups which are milk…

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Dheeraj Singh — preparing in earnest for career breakthrough

Dheeraj Singh — preparing in earnest for career breakthrough

Dheeraj Singh is non-committal about his next career move, after enduring a difficult season with Kerala Blasters.   –  AP After fearless performances under the bar for India at the FIFA U-17 World Cup that earned him recognition, the career breakthroughs are still to happen for Dheeraj Singh. For the 18-year-old, returning to the national squad — India’s U-23 squad for the AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers in Uzbekistan, where India did not advance to the final round after two league losses — serves as a morale-booster after a planned career move away from India…

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Logistics, the next big career boom, is here: Enrol for BBA and MBA logistics

Logistics, the next big career boom, is here: Enrol for BBA and MBA logistics

Transportation_400x300 Choosing a career path in India can be a challenging task. From the growth options in the sector to job security, there are multiple things that we need to consider. And if there is one sector that has been emerging significantly, it has to be logistics and supply chain management. With 40 million people employed all over the world, the sector has grown exponentially in the recent times. Logistics has been an incredibly lucrative sector that is spread across roadways, railways, airways, and waterways and is expected to be…

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Biggest honour of my life and career to play for the country: Sunil Chhetri

Biggest honour of my life and career to play for the country: Sunil Chhetri

Sunil Chhetri (Getty Images) NEW DELHI: For a country obsessed with cricket, it isn’t easy being a household name if you play another sport. But Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri has managed to do just that as he is undoubtedly the face of the game in this country. From a young striker who played second fiddle to the legendary Bhaichung Bhutia to taking on the leaders mantle with elan, Chhetri had done it all. With 67 goals in his kitty, Chhetri is the second highest international goal-scorer among active players ahead of even Lionel…

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5 Secret Keys for a Successful Fulltime Writing & Speaking Career

5 Secret Keys for a Successful Fulltime Writing & Speaking Career

Dreams are good but they don’t pay bills. This bubble needs to be busted before you think of taking writing or speaking as a fulltime profession. In order to earn your life and lifestyle, you’ve got work in the direction where you are not just living your dreams but also living your dream lifestyle. Sounds really fancy (and inspiring maybe) but it’s not that easy. In this post, you will discover 5 secret keys for a full-time writing and speaking career. Use these keys and you never know, you might…

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The 6 Best Men’s Spring Fashion Trends for 2019

The 6 Best Men’s Spring Fashion Trends for 2019

ASSORTED RETAILERS Spring is in the air and this season we are highlighting six trends in menswear to simplify your shopping and dressing dilemmas. Familiarizing yourself with the spring trends now assures that you’ll be a step ahead of the rest—making your wardrobe refresh a total breeze. From city streets, to office hallways, keeping it casual with your daily garb is the new norm. However, there’s an art to casual dressing that will keep you looking sharp, without having to forgo comfort. That’s where these six stellar spring trends come…

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How To Amplify And Build A Powerful Brand For Your Business

How To Amplify And Build A Powerful Brand For Your Business

Meet Dillon Kivo, an American entrepreneur who set aside his reservations and took a chance on himself.NATE RADOWSKI Entrepreneurship has become the new American dream. Even though many people dream of location independence, financial freedom, and being their own boss, the fear of jumping off the corporate ship and into self-employment has kept many from making this a reality. Running a business is no easy task, and there are many insecurities looming over one’s head while considering the decision: what if I fail? What if I lose my savings? What if…

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GE chief Larry Culp sells biopharma business for $21 billion

GE chief Larry Culp sells biopharma business for $21 billion

Shares of General Electric Co surged 11 percent on Monday after the US industrial conglomerate said it would sell its biopharma business to Danaher Corp for $21 billion, its first major asset sale under new Chief Executive Officer Larry Culp. The deal will provide GE with a much needed cash infusion as the maker of power plants and aircraft engines struggles to pay off billions of dollars of debt and insurance liabilities. GE, once a symbol of American business power and management prowess, has struggled with crisis-era losses linked to…

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