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United Benefit Advisors Launches National Blog

By Bill Olson, VP, Marketing & Communications at United Benefit Advisors
  Oct 30, 2012 4:14:00 PM

describe the imageUnited Benefit Advisors, one of the nation's leading employee benefits advisory organizations, is pleased to announce the launch of its national blog on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012. The UBA blog will provide tips and tools to effectively manage employee benefits, PPACA compliance, health care and more.

The blog will feature contributions from UBA's CEO, Thomas Mangan, as well as UBA's 140 premier independent benefit advisory firms, who will offer valuable perspectives as they assist our 36,000 employer clients. 

UBA has been leading the charge when it comes to helping employers understand and comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Our blog will keep you up to date on all the educational tools we offer to employers including the PPACA Decisions Executive Summary . Part of UBA's PPACA Advisor series, this summary offers a "50,000-foot view" of PPACA compliance, including an overview, a list of changes employers should already be making, and obligations employers must fulfill between now and 2014.

The UBA blog is also your No. 1 source for help with benchmarking employer health plans. UBA’s 2012 Health Plan Survey, the largest and most comprehensive bench-marking survey of employer health plan design and cost available, helps companies of all sizes compare their plans to industry and regional competitors—and make the most effective plan design adjustments to control costs.

You will want to bookmark or subscribe to the blog so that you will receive these helpful employee benefit advisory tips, updates and resources right in your inbox. If you want to share the blog's content with your colleagues and social networks, there will be quick social sharing icons to allow you to post and distribute what you find. You can also interact with UBA's blog by commenting on its content or asking questions.

We welcome your future interactions with UBA's blog and hope that you will find it to be yet another valuable UBA resource!

 

Topics: health plan survey, employee benefits, health care reform, PPACA, Thomas Mangan