Beth Ostdiek Smith has quickly become an expert at turning excess into impact. “I just felt compelled that I needed to do this, so I gave my employer a month’s notice and began putting this together,” she says. “We started with three food donors and three recipients.” Four years later, the non-profit Beth founded, Saving
Medicare’s annual enrollment period runs from now until Dec. 7. During this time, Medicare recipients can evaluate their current plans and shop around for other options. Doing a little homework now can save you a lot of time and hassle down the road — and it might save you some money. The first step is
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With so many variables going into choosing a health insurance plan, it’s no wonder making the right decision can seem daunting. A little confusion is inevitable, but there are ways to make sure your employees have a great open enrollment season. Here are some tips. Help Set Employees’ Frame of Mind It’s important to have
Desiree Adams and Tiffany North checked out their body mass index at the Fit in the City display during Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska’s Health and Safety Fair recently. The pair work in the Claims department and were just a few of the hundreds who stopped by the fair for wellness information and