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Employee Benefit News for School, City and County Employers

Nancy Bushard

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Nancy Bushard is a firm believer that hard work pays off. True success to her is about providing efficient service and valuable solutions while continually building, refining, and doing the work. Her organized, motivated, and friendly demeanor makes her a great advocate for her customers. As Account Manager for National Insurance Services, Nancy works with schools, cities, and counties in the Midwest Region on their health insurance, wellness plans, benefit communication, and retirement incentives. She oversees new client implementation and meets directly with clients to explain their benefits. Nancy has a strong background in customer service and risk analysis and has been working with employee benefits since 2004. She is a licensed Health and Life insurance agent and is ACA certified.

Recent Articles by Nancy Bushard

FDA Approved 55 New Drugs in 2023

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Fifty-five new treatments were approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2023. This is a nearly 50% increase from the year before. Typically, 45-50 new drugs are...

Top Priorities for 2024 Open Enrollment

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New research from Arizent reveals employee benefits leaders' challenges and strategies for increasing benefits utilization and shaping employers' 2024 open enrollment plans. Only 30%...

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Stay on Track with the 2023 HR Compliance Calendar

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The HR Compliance Calendar will help you keep track of all your important compliance tasks for 2023. It includes a month-by-month summary of key compliance deadlines and helpful...

How to Encourage Employee Health Care Shopping

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When it comes to health care, most people don’t shop around and compare prices. A survey from a health care artificial intelligence company revealed that 64% of Americans have never...

The Great Reshuffle: Attracting and Retaining Employees

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Economists had previously warned of a “Great Resignation” where employees were expected to quit in record numbers and leave substantial vacancies in the workforce. Although mass...

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2022 Open Enrollment Checklist

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For plan years beginning on or after January 1, 2022, employers should be aware of legal changes which may affect the design and administration of their plans. It’s important to...

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Executive Orders Signed to Reduce Drug Prices

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President Trump recently signed four executive orders aimed at lowering drug prices. This topic has been a long-standing campaign promise of his administration. The executive orders...

3 Ways Employers Can Support Employees’ Mental Health

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Mental health can be defined as how a person feels, thinks, acts, as well as their emotional and social well-being. Mental health can change over time, depending on factors such as...

Proposed Family Leave Laws

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According to The New York Times, the United States is the only industrialized country that does not guarantee paid family leave. Many employees must take unpaid leave when it comes to...

Do Your Employees Know Their Total Compensation?

It is common for employees to be unaware of the dollar value of their benefit package, especially when they are feeling the effects of the healthcare crisis. A total compensation statement can help...