In 2020, HR leaders have navigated coverage for a brand new disease, helped workers transition to remote work, and pioneered new policies. Now more than ever, benefits data is an essential tool in the tool belts of benefits professionals.
Why Data Is An Important Foundation For Benefits Programs
Artemis Customer Joshua Smith with Portico Benefits Services shares his thoughts on data and Artemis Health.
The Future of Transparency: Can Data Fix Health Care? [Part 1]
The following is Part One of a five-part series recapping a live webinar hosted by BenefitsPro and sponsored by Artemis Health. Employers and advisors deriving actionable insights from their healthcare data is leading to changes in the healthcare system.
Four Prescription Drugs to Watch On Your Formulary
One of Artemis Health’s most important goals is to help benefits administrators better understand their pharmacy benefits. As the Chief Clinical Officer at Artemis Health, I help benefits teams get a sense for how best to work with their Pharmacy Benefit Manager, how to identify opportunities to eliminate waste, and how to work with data to tell effective stories about pharmacy spend.
Artemis Has Been Awarded the EHIR Traction Award for Spring 2019
Artemis is honored to be chosen as the Employer Health Innovation Roundtable’s Traction Award winner for Spring 2019. This semi-annual award recognizes innovative companies in healthcare and benefits who are contributing to the future of employee health.
How Innovative Benefits Leaders Are Improving Employee Healthcare Costs, Quality, and Outcomes
Benefits leaders everywhere are using data to drive their strategy, but it’s often difficult to balance great care with efficient spending. We’ll walk through how innovative benefits leaders are approaching the Triple Aim of Healthcare.
What Benefits Data Options Do Employers, Consultants, and Brokers Face?
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.