PSA Perspective

  1. Blue Cross Blue Shield Antitrust Litigation – Proposed Settlement (Benefit Minute)

    On November 30, 2020, preliminary approval was granted for a settlement agreement to resolve antitrust claims against Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and member plans, including CareFirst. The class action lawsuit was based on allegations that member plans conspired together to divide the country into service areas and then worked to limit competition among the […]

  2. The COVID-19 Vaccine Quandary Part 2: To Mandate or Not to Mandate?

    With several approved vaccines in distribution around the country, employers are anxiously trying to do their due diligence and create frameworks for a safe return to in-person environments. As a result of many questions surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and whether to mandate it to return to work, PSA recently partnered with experts in the medical […]

  3. Recognizing PSA 2020 Employee Appreciation Award Recipients

    Corporate culture is a core part of PSA’s workplace identity, and every year, PSA celebrates our successes and recognize employees who went above and beyond. These individuals personify our mission and corporate values, shown through their tireless dedication to growing and protecting the assets of our clients. Our employee appreciation award recipients not only exude […]

  4. The COVID-19 Vaccine Quandary Part 1: Dispelling Myths

    We’ve all had to become infectious disease experts in the last twelve months. Now we need to become experts on COVID-19 vaccines as we continue to manage our workplaces. As a result of many questions surrounding the vaccines and whether to mandate vaccination to return to work, PSA recently partnered with experts in the medical […]

  5. PSA In Good Health April 2021 Tips

    Your Oral Health Is an Important Part of You – Take Care of Your Mouth! According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, close to 54,000 Americans will be diagnosed with mouth/oral cancer this year. It will cause over 9,750 deaths, killing about one person every 24 hours. However, if it is caught EARLY, mouth/oral cancer is […]

  6. Benefit Plan Provisions in the American Rescue Plan Act (Benefit Minute)

    On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) into law.  The $1.9 trillion stimulus law includes several welfare and fringe benefit plan provisions.  The information outlined below is subject to clarification as the government agencies issue guidance to implement ARPA.

  7. Climbing Higher and Returning Transformed with Everest-Level Resilience

    PSA has shaped our recent Partnership Webinar series to meet you where you are and support you in your leadership journey during the pandemic. Our most recent webinar continued in that vein with a focus on resilience. High-altitude climber and expedition leader, Jim Davidson, shared what he learned during numerous perilous climbing experiences to spark the belief we can come back from challenges stronger than before with Everest-level resilience. 

  8. Don’t Delay Preventive Care

    Delaying preventive care could be the difference between life and death. The risks of putting off preventative care are great. Without routine check-ups and screenings, small health issues may go undetected and become life-threatening issues if left untreated. Unmonitored chronic conditions may become worse and cause complications that may be impossible to reverse.  

  9. PSA In Good Health March 2021 Tips

    What You Need To Know About Colon Cancer According to the American Cancer Society, colon cancer effects more than 200,000 individuals each year. The earlier colon cancer is diagnosed, the better your prognosis. Check out this month’s In Good Health flyer to learn about the common signs and symptoms of colon cancer as well as […]