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When evaluating which specialty coverage — vision, dental, life or disability — employers may benefit from going back to the basics. HealthLink's Judy Dawson discusses what employers need to weigh when adding specialty coverage to their health plan.

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Most people call customer service when they have a problem or a complaint. But proactively using customer service to get information or ask questions could help employers, and their employees, save on their health care costs. HealthLink's Karen Gotsch provides best practices for the customer service in your health plan.