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Health Insurance is Changing

Health Insurance is changing. In a world where change is inevitable – health insurance no longer needs to be a burden to employers. Creativity is the key to long term success. Imagine not having to change benefit plans or increase employee contributions every year. Put into practice a benefit plan where your HR department no…
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Lowering Health Care Costs

https://nysmallhealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Lower-Health-Care-Costs.mp4   NY Small Health can help you navigate the costs and benefits of your small business health insurance plan. Contact us today for advice from an insurance expert.
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Health Insurance New York: Consumer Driven Health Care

It’s no secret that the price of health care in the United States has increased over the past several decades. While there is no single reason for the explosion in health care prices, there are a few surprising contributing factors—none more so than consumers themselves. For many years the health care and health insurance system…
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Measles Outbreak 2019 Expands: What You Need to Know

Measles Outbreak 2019 The measles outbreak has affected more than 465 people from 19 states—the majority of whom are children—have been infected by the measles in the United States this year. This outbreak is now the second-highest total number of cases since the disease was declared eliminated in the United States almost 20 years ago, and…
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Navigating the United States Health Care System: Managed Care vs. Traditional Care

The United States health care system can be intricate and confusing. By understanding some of the factors that affect the care you receive and knowing how to navigate the increasingly complex health care system, you can make better decisions and ultimately receive better care. Traditional Health Care vs. Managed Care Historically, the United States health…
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What Am I Covered For: State Health Insurance Mandates

State health insurance mandates are laws regulating the terms of coverage for insured health plans. Mandates can affect various parts of health insurance plans as follows: Benefit mandates require health insurance plans to cover specific treatments, services or procedures. In some cases, however, benefit mandates require issuers to offer coverage for specific services or procedures…
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Finding High Quality Job Candidates: The Benefits of Benefits

What Do Prospective Employees Value? Remaining competitive in the hunt for the right job candidates who will propel your small business to success is a struggle. Once you find the people you need, you have to convince them that your company is a better place to work than your competitors. A strategic, quality benefits package…
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Why You Need a Trusted Insurance Broker

Benefit costs and employee expectations are rising, and many employers struggle to balance employee needs with their own capabilities and bottom lines. Brokers will try to sell to you based on having the lowest price, but sometimes the best value is the broker who does more than simply offering a policy—one who supports your varied…
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Choosing an Insurance Broker: Traditional vs. Technology-Backed Brokers

Am I getting the most out of my Insurance Benefits? Traditionally, insurance brokers have only focused on offering insurance guidance, which includes tasks like quoting plans, negotiating renewals, comparing plans and submitting applications. Over the past few years, though, health care reform has shaken the industry. As health care costs continue to rise and more…
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National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: Symptoms, Treatment and Cancer Prevention

Colorectal Cancer typically begins as polyps within the colon or rectum that can become cancerous if not removed. Although Colorectal Cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the United States, if detected early, it is highly treatable. Colorectal Cancer Causes The exact cause of colorectal cancer remains unknown. There are several cancer screening…
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