Artemis Health wants to help you find the right data warehouse for your benefits team, employees, and organization. We know this process is long and time-consuming, and you don't have time to waste. That's why we created this helpful infographic to help you determine what you should look for in a data vendor.
You know that some of your benefits costs are going to waste, but do you know how much? Or what to do about it? Artemis Health has developed unique data models to calculate Avoidable ER overspending and help you take steps to reduce it. Watch the video to learn how we do it.
All over the country, electric scooters are popping up on city streets. We wanted to see how the e-scooter trend might be affecting self-insured employers. So we dove into our handy demo data to search for demographics and cost information for common scooter injuries.
So you’ve built a beautiful new Story, Exploration or Visualization using the Artemis Platform. But now you need to share your hard work with stakeholders, VPs, or C-suite folks who aren’t using Artemis. We’ve got it covered. Here's how to export from the Artemis Platform.
Prescription benefits are one of the things that keeps self-insured employers and consultants up at night. We’ve written in the past about the growing problem and some potential strategies for battling high prescription costs. But today, we want to walk you through some tactical tips.
Health Affairs reports that the estimated cost of drug-resistant infections has reached $2.2 billion annually. It’s a brewing crisis, not just in the United States, but globally. Artemis Health is able to track, calculate, and visualize trends like these. How does antibiotic overuse affect your employee population?
Have you ever purchased a big ticket item without checking the price? Only the richest among us will have bought a refrigerator, car, or new sofa without knowing how much it would cost. When it comes to healthcare, though, most of us do this all the time. Employers and benefits advisors are trying to change this. They’re helping their populations find better, value-based care complete with cost information through vendors known as “price transparency solutions.”
Severe peanut allergies are on the rise, so what does this mean for employers, who are often the payers when it comes to allergy testing, treatment and emergency medications? We decided to take a look at our sample data to see how peanut allergies are affecting overall benefits spend.
The average person probably thinks of their benefits as just another form of compensation. For those of us in the benefits industry, that same package is so much more. It’s a means not only to entice potential employees, but also to improve their health and wellness for the good of everyone on the benefits plan.
The problem many benefits teams face is trying to figure out what to do with the mountains of benefits information they’ve collected over the years. And the choices are endless. Here are a few options to consider when approaching your benefits data.