Do you know if your efforts worked? Are your programs improving the health and well-being of your members? Are you reducing healthcare costs? These seem like simple questions, but they are actually pretty challenging to answer.
Why “Flattening the Curve” is Crucial for Employers, Too
Flattening the curve is crucial not just for governments and cities, but for employers too. We’ll dive into how this strategy will help businesses cope with the pandemic, protect their employees, and plan for the future.
Here’s How Artemis Health is Responding to COVID-19
It’s been a strange couple of weeks for us all. We wanted to share how our team and business is responding to the novel Coronavirus and the illness it causes, COVID-19. We know you’re hearing from many businesses on this topic, so we’ll keep this short.
Three Examples of How Predictive Analytics is Being Used for Better Healthcare
Benefits professionals are also turning to healthcare data as a means of predicting the future. They’re using medical claims data, prescription claims data, and wellness program data to track, measure, and predict the health and wellness of their employee populations.
How Benefits Advisors and Employers are Getting Ahead of the Curve with Data
This is the final part of our series exploring how benefits professionals can get insights and get ahead using their health and benefits data. This week, we’ll look at how data can make the difference between “just keeping up” with the industry and “getting ahead of the curve.”
Artemis Health and Quantros Partner to Provide a Holistic View of Healthcare Provider Quality
Artemis Health, a leader in health and benefits analytics, is partnering with Quantros to offer our clients an unparalleled view of provider quality. Together, Artemis and Quantros will provide Artemis customers with robust, precise, and actionable insights into the quality of care provided by doctors and hospitals in their networks.
5 Tips to Prepare Your Workplace for A Coronavirus Outbreak
You’ve probably started hearing conversations (and even jokes) about the coronavirus around the water cooler in your office. HR and Benefits leaders will be on the forefront of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. Here are 5 tips for benefits professionals to help them prepare for coronavirus in the workplace.