Despite the U.S. spending roughly a fourth of GDP on healthcare, the wellness of Americans is still lagging. With 80% of an individual’s health being driven by outside factors of traditional healthcare, benefits leaders are narrowing in on Social Determinants of Health to change the trajectory of the health of their populations.
Benefits Cost Savings Strategies for 2020: Direct Contracting and Preventive Care
Another popular cost savings strategy is to prevent overspending in the first place. Today, we’ll explore two tips for cost savings that take a preventative approach: direct contracting and preventive visits.
Artemis Tips: Using Data to Explore Cancer Prevalence In An Employee Population
Benefits data is the key to exploring population health and mitigating risk. We’ll look in-depth at one data analysis that helps benefits teams get a holistic view: cancer.
Benefits Cost Savings Strategies In 2020: Finding Avoidable ER Claims and Promoting Telemedicine
2020 will be a key year for exploring benefits cost savings opportunities, and benefits data will be key to making sure these cost saving strategies don’t impact the quality of care and benefits for employees.
HR Strategies for Workplace Culture in the COVID-19 Era
COVID-19 has impacted just about everything in the workplace, whether it’s health and wellness, leave policies, or remote work. We’ll highlight some of the strategies HR leaders have used to help employees adapt to the new work environments.
Artemis is Sharing Key Milestones—Here’s What We’ve Accomplished
2020 has been a wild ride so far, and we think we speak for many of you when we say, “We’d like to get off now.” We’d like to share some of the key milestones and accomplishments that have kept us focused on our mission to fix healthcare, one data feed at a time.
Artemis Health is Using a New Risk Adjustment Model—Here’s What You Need to Know
Risk score methodologies are essential to getting the most from your healthcare and benefits data. Here's why Artemis Health is switching to Milliman Advanced Risk Adjusters (MARA) to replace the Johns Hopkins methodology.