As a benefits consultant, you want your client to offer successful benefits programs, but it can be difficult keeping up with the shifting trends in our industry. Let’s dive into some of benefit programs that are working for innovative employers and advisors.
Most large employers are now thinking outside the box and offering voluntary benefits. Voluntary benefits are benefits that employees can elect to pay through payroll deductions. Here are some popular voluntary benefits that employers are offering this year.
The Artemis Platform is ever evolving to meet the needs of our clients. We’ve learned over the years which features make benefits teams and advisers jump for joy. The Actionable Overspending App is always a favorite for seasoned analysts and data newbies alike.
Those of us who battled to wake up after the hour leap for Daylight Savings Time can understand the struggle of falling asleep. Let’s take a look at the ways in which sleep disorders, like sleep apnea and insomnia, can affect an employer’s health care cost.
Network steerage is a key step in managing healthcare costs. Advisers and employers who are great at “network steerage” are great at benefits cost containment. Read on to find out how they do it.
9.4% of the population in the U.S. has some form of diabetes. And those that are diagnosed with diabetes have a higher medical expenditure than their healthy counterparts. Learn how benefit managers can cut costs in diabetes care while still providing great benefits.
Specialty medications can drive up costs in any organization, but controlling costs is possible with the right help. In our recent webinar, Artemis Health's Chief Clinical Officer Rance Hutchings, Pharm.D. is sharing his tips and tricks for saving on specialty Rx.
Data security is a top concern for many self-insured employers, benefits advisers, and brokers. At Artemis, we’re acutely aware of the sensitive nature of the data we store and analyze for our customers. We take security very seriously, and here are seven ways we’re protecting our customers’ benefits data.
With specialty medication prices increasing, organizations are scrambling to find ways to save money. Learn how data analytics can help figure out the priciest prescriptions and how employers can use their data to keep drug costs reasonable for employees.
Consultants are on the front lines of benefits data analytics. They’re the folks who dig through thousands of rows in a spreadsheet to find solutions. Here are three ways that benefits consultants are using data and driving decision-making for self-insured employers.