PSA Perspective

  1. Elevate Your Fleet Safety with Telematics

    Computers, satellites, and GPSs have been life-altering technologies developed throughout the past 60 years. Combining the power of these three advancements creates telematics, which can improve your fleet safety management process while saving you money.   

  2. PSA In Good Health September 2021 Tips

    ARE YOU ON THE FENCE ABOUT THE COVID-19 VACCINE? HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. The United States is currently experiencing yet another wave of COVID-19 cases leading to hospitalizations and death. Unfortunately, there has been a lot of misinformation surrounding the vaccine, causing many Americans to remain hesitant to get vaccinated. Are you on […]

  3. Transparency Requirements and No Surprises Act Updates (Benefit Minute)

    This issue of the Benefit Minute provides an update on the compliance deadlines for health plan cost transparency requirements under both the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and the cost transparency regulations, as well as a summary of regulations issued for the balance billing provisions of the No Surprises Act. Compliance Deadlines – Cost Transparency On […]

  4. Chris Caldwell Supports Friends and Coworkers in the Fight Against Blood Cancer

    PSA is committed to giving back to the community, and employees are encouraged to nominate a non-profit organization of their choice to be considered as the recipient of PSA employee charitable fund donations. On a quarterly basis, a different employee-nominated non-profit is selected to receive the funds.  

  5. PSA In Good Health August 2021 Tips

    SUMMERTIME HEAT MAY LEAD TO HEATSTROKE! With summer comes heat, and with heat, the increased chance of heatstroke. Left untreated, it may damage your brain, heart, and kidneys, but heatstroke is preventable! Check out this month’s In Good Health flyer to learn about causes, symptoms, risk factors, and prevention of this potentially deadly condition.

  6. Mental Health Parity – NQTL Comparative Analysis Requirement (Benefit Minute)

    The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) amended the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (MHPAEA) to provide important new protections for participants.  The CAA requires a documented comparative analysis of nonquantitative treatment limitations (NQTLs) between medical/surgical benefits and mental health/substance use disorder (MH/SUD) benefits to demonstrate that such treatment limitations are applied comparably […]

  7. Once in the Internship Program, Now PSA Employees

    Since July 29 is marked as National Intern Day, PSA would like to highlight our new full-time employees and previous internship participants, Becca Nicholson, Claire Pika, Jared Ozdany-Newman, and Zach Orner, for their contributions to the success of our company. 

  8. PSA In Good Health July 2021 Tips

    Your Eyes are Important! Your eyes are important! But according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), about 21 million Americans will have some type of vision problems. The sooner these conditions are detected, the lower the risk for vision loss and blindness. Check out this month’s In Good Health flyer to learn about the […]

  9. How Trust and Estate Attorneys can Mitigate the Increase in Legal Malpractice Claims

    Background  The United States is currently experiencing one of the largest transfers of wealth in history as aging baby boomers are passing on their wealth and transitioning the ownership of their businesses. The increasing number of these transactions has caused an uptick in the number of claims made against trust and estate attorneys.