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As vaping has skyrocketed in popularity since its introduction about 10 years ago, you may be worried about the health risks if you or your friends or loved ones vape.
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Can We Talk? Tips for Better Communication with Your Doctor
Good communication with your doctor is key to getting good medical care. Research has shown time and again that it leads to higher patient satisfaction and better health outcomes.
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Telehealth creates a new kind of health care experience
Telehealth gives physicians the opportunity to collaborate, bringing multiple doctors together to provide the best possible solutions for a patient.
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Help Employees Keep Their Wellness Resolutions Past January
Encourage commitments to healthy behaviors throughout the year.
Crafting Wellness Efforts for Those Most in Need of Them
Employers often spend hundreds of dollars per employee on health programs that fail to help those with the highest health risks.
A Doctor Speaks Out About Ageism In Medicine
Society gives short shrift to older age and special characteristics of people in their 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond are poorly understood.
How to minimize disruption when switching employee health care plans
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.
Workers with High Deductibles Curb Health Care Spending
Survey finds rise in cost-conscious, information-seeking consumers
15 Ways Employers Can Reduce Health Care Spending That Aren’t Cost-Sharing
Three reports offer their own top five lists of cost-saving strategies
Self-funded vs. fully-funded health plans: What’s the difference?
What exactly is self-insurance? What does it bring to the table for employers? And most importantly, can it make good on its pitch to save businesses money?
How health benefits can be a competitive advantage for your company
Businesses are seeing the value in tailoring their benefits packages to the needs of their employees, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach.
Good Health Goes Beyond Having A Doctor And Insurance, Says AMA’s Equity Chief
Carmen Heredia Rodriguez of Kaiser Health News recently spoke with Maybank about her new role and how health inequities affect Americans.
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