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In the midst of a global medical crisis, employees’ ability to make good use of their health plan is more critical than ever—to them, their family members, and their employers.
Three reports offer their own top five lists of cost-saving strategies
The rapidly expanding field of telemedicine is making it easier than ever for patients to receive prompt, convenient medical attention.
In a difficult economic environment, the challenge of managing health plan costs becomes an even more urgent priority than during ordinary times.
Many companies have been pushing their employees toward consumer-driven health plans — also known as high-deductible plans.
As health benefits purchaser for employees of public school districts, RESIG knew that an effective workforce health program would help to reduce the risk factors affecting their workforce.
How can companies support the mental health of their employees?
Any change in health care coverage – even if it ends up being for the better – is going to be cause for concern, and it pays to do whatever you can to ease the transition.
There can be some costs to implementing and supporting a culture of well-being, but Tom Carter at Kaiser Permanente said he advises companies to see it as an investment.
As employers of all sizes struggle to rein in health care costs, health insurance benefits are undergoing a dramatic evolution — but not in the way you might think.
When doctors, pharmacists, and specialists are connected to the same electronic health record (EHR) system, your employees can expect better health outcomes.
When your employees are healthy, your business can thrive.
Report says websites don’t provide full information on plan choices or Medicaid eligibility, and appear to encourage less comprehensive coverage that provides higher commissions to brokers.
About 75% of employees have struggled with an issue that affected their mental health, Yet 8 out of 10 say shame and stigma prevent them from seeking care.
If you have cancer, you’re still in control of your life and have choices about your care.
A recent survey found that just 7% of employers use objective quality information to evaluate a health plan. In fact, 89% don’t use or are unfamiliar with any of the objective sources in the survey.
Trends in out-of-pocket spending by people with employer coverage from 2005 to 2015, as well as spending on diseases most associated with high out-of-pocket spending.
President Donald Trump’s plan to reduce the cost of medicines targets so-called PBMs as primary culprits behind the nation’s out-of-control drug prices.
Kaiser Permanente offers helpful digital resources that make it easy to stay on top of scheduled appointments, check-ins, prescriptions, and more.