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Paul Nobile President

Nobile is a 20-year veteran of the insurance industry whose experience includes time with Rush Prudential Health Plans, Aetna, and United Healthcare. Prior to joining Anthem, Nobile served as the Director of Sales and Account Management for the Midwest region at UniCare, a health benefits company based in Chicago and owned by Anthem’s parent company and also ran UniCare’s Eastern Region with offices.

Five things you never knew about disability insurance

If you ever found yourself wondering, “Why should I offer my employees disability insurance?” or “What is disability insurance?" — this article is for you

Can small employers afford on-site healthcare services?

But just as we don’t waste our time trekking to Blockbuster for rentals anymore, our employees need not waste work time driving offsite for care that can be efficiently delivered at the worksite.

What now?

As with most things, a little advance planning goes a long way. Make sure your employees already know the answer when their “what now?” moment occurs.

Employers: Get some skin in the skin game

All employers, particularly those with outdoor workforces, have an obligation to their employees’ health and to their bottom line to address sun safety.

Wellness Summit recap: Employee engagement strategies

Engagement can be measured in many different ways, ranging from employee satisfaction to sheer productivity numbers, but businesses need to take a comprehensive approach to employee engagement and workplace culture to see the best results.

Wellness Summit recap: Fighting opioid addiction

While addiction may not be on your company’s radar, it should not be overlooked.

Facts on fluoride: Q&A with Dr. George Koumaras

To separate fluoride fact from fiction, Paul Nobile runs a few questions past Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield’s dental director, Dr. George Koumaras.

Why we climb

Need a sure sign that spring is just around the corner? To the list of popular markers, such as baseball teams setting up camp...

Flu Facts: Q&A with Dr. Michael Jaeger

The flu costs our country approximately $5.8 billion in health care costs and lost productivity, so we all have a lot to gain by taking proactive steps against it.

Home delivery pharmacy: What’s in it for you?

Mail order prescriptions provide lower cost, better adherence and big convenience. What you need to know to maximize your employees' health plans

Brushing up on health care costs

Oral health issues cost U.S. employers 164 million work hours each year. Still think dental insurance is an "add-on?"

Assist your team with those New Year’s resolutions

An EAP is not a health care plan. It’s a program connects employees and their families to services they can use when facing life’s challenges, no matter how big or small.

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