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.
Here's How Employers Are Tracking and Measuring Telemedicine Programs
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 Raises $25 Million Series C Led by Bessemer Venture Partners
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.
Employers Are Using Account-Based Health Plans To Control Healthcare Costs
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).
Four Keys to Getting ROI From Your Benefits Tech Spend
A wise person once said, “The most expensive software you’ll ever buy is the software nobody uses.” There are some key steps to choosing a benefits tech partner that can help you avoid mistakes and get the functionality, flexibility, and answers you are looking for.
Getting the Most from Standard Stories
We’ve been getting great feedback from our partners and customers since we launched the Standard Stories App a few months back. While many of these types of “standard reports” are static, we built ours with a bit of customization for further exploration.
Are You Spending Wisely on Specialty Drugs? This Chart Will Help You Find Out.
Approximately 77% of employers spend 16% or more of their total healthcare budget on pharmacy benefits for their employees. Let's dive into one of the most expensive types of drugs - specialty medications.