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EY St. LouisThe business melting pot: Ruth Saphian is helping diversify EY and its St. Louis...

It’s hard to imagine a business world today without a diverse and inclusive workplace. It wasn’t that long ago, however, […]

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The Laclede Group Inc.Suzanne Sitherwood and The Laclede Group have the pedal to the metal concerning...

Growing up on military bases, Suzanne Sitherwood felt right at home when she started in the oil and gas industry […]

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How setting up a telemedicine program for plan members benefits everyone

The next time your child is sick, what if you or your employees had the opportunity to speak with a physician without leaving the office or home? Telemedicine programs that allow you to do this are becoming more popular.

How to build a narrow health care network to fit your group’s needs

Self-funded or partially self-funded health plans continue to be a growing trend for employers interested in more control over their health care costs. But with self-funding, employers can achieve additional savings by understanding how to build narrow networks to go along with their benefit plans.

How a new Missouri law provides incentives to self-insure with captives

Alan J. Fine, CPA, JD, member in charge, Captive Insurance Advisory Services, Brown Smith Wallace William M. Goddard, CPCU, principal, Captive Insurance Advisory Services, Brown Smith Wallace

How postponing the employer mandate impacts your business

Mark Haegele, director of sales and account management, HealthLink

How to spur health care cost transparency at your company

Mark Haegele, director, sales and account management, HealthLink