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 employers, consultants, and brokers should consider when approaching benefits data.
Last week, Artemis Health welcomed our clients, partners, and prospects to Park City, Utah for Elevate 2019, our second annual client conference. We gathered to learn about hot topics in benefits data analytics, discuss trends and best practices, and connect with other like-minded innovators in our industry.
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.
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.
Do you ever feel like you spend too much time on the small, urgent tasks that come across your desk? Wouldn’t you rather focus on an important, impactful project? Today, we’re going to take a dive into one small area of data analytics that has a bigger impact: medical trend drivers.
With the rising popularity of telemedicine programs, benefits teams are also tasked with making sure they’re getting the most from their investment. Here are a few ways our customers are using the Artemis Platform to track the success of their telemedicine benefits.
Artemis Health, a benefits data analytics company, today announced a Series C funding round to further expand and scale its platform and services. The $25 million round was led by Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from Maverick Ventures, F-Prime, Hearst Health Ventures, Kickstart Seed Fund, and Rose Park Advisors.
With healthcare costs rising and self-insured employers exploring cost-containment strategies, those in the benefits industry are trying many tactics to keep spending under control. One common practice that’s gained momentum? Account-based health plans (ABHPs).