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James Scott Bradley
James Scott Bradley
Sr. V.P. of Employee Benefits for Cook, Hall & Hyde, Inc. and an employee benefits expert specializing in developing creative solutions to managing healthcare costs.

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Mar. 30, 2009 9:05 am
The NJ Prescription Drug Registry will help consumers compare retail prices charged by pharmacies for the most frequently prescribed prescription drugs. By comparing prices here, consumers can see what a pharmacy has reported to the state that it charged for a specific Rx. You will find that prices for the exact medication will be different from pharmacy to pharmacy and from town to town. To...  Read More
Mar. 30, 2009 9:04 am
According to a February 2009 Kaiser Health tracking poll more than 53% of all Americans are cutting back on healthcare in someway because of costs concerns. The most common behaviors are relying on home remedies and over the counter drugs rather than going to the doctor. One in four have put off healthcare that they needed more generally and one in five have not filled a needed prescription...  Read More
Mar. 27, 2009 7:48 am
Health care premiums will be increasing as a result of the State Legislature approving the Governor’s proposed increases in taxes, fees and assessments on your health benefits as part of his Deficit Reduction Plan. This increase may very well come prior to your next annual renewal.   In short, as part of the Deficit Reduction Plan, the Governor has added to the State Premium tax and has...  Read More
Mar. 19, 2009 9:57 am
The DOL has released the new model notices today. We will be reviewing all new notices and sharing with you via email under which circumstances to use these new notices.   COBRA NOTICES  Read More
Mar. 14, 2009 11:41 am
All employers and employees now have a site that answers questions about the COBRA coverage under ARRA. Individuals who request treatment as an assistance eligible individual and are denied such treatment by their group health plan may have the right to appeal to the DOL. The DOL is currently developing a process and an official application form that will be required to be completed for appeals....  Read More
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