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.
Speed, Access, and Partnership: Findings from New Research on Employee Benefits Analytics [Part 1]
Artemis Health recently conducted original research on what employee benefits leaders really want from their partnerships with brokers, consultants, and other partners in the benefits industry.
These Are the 5 Most Expensive Prescription Drugs According to Healthcare Data Analytics
The cost of prescription drugs are expected to increase at double-digit rates, and employers are scrambling to predict benefits spending. Employers and consultants can use data to keep drug costs reasonable for their members and their organization.
Video Guide: Taking Action with Health and Benefits Data
You know benefits data analytics is good idea, but it's not always easy to take the next step. In this short video, we’ll show you how smart benefits professionals go from millions of rows of healthcare data to actionable insights.
Speed, Access, and Partnership: What Enterprise Benefits Leaders Want and How Brokers and Consultants Can Help
Artemis Health conducted original research with over 300 enterprise benefits leaders. This research paper reveals their motivations, goals, challenges, and relationships with consultants, brokers, and data warehouse partners. Their answers will surprise you.
What is Network Steerage and Why is It Crucial for Reducing Healthcare Costs?
One of the hardest things for employees to understand is “in-network” vs. “out-of-network” claims. However, benefits advisers and self-insured employers who are great at “network steerage” are great at benefits cost containment.
Healthcare Analytics is Crucial for Employee Benefits—Here’s Why
We know that healthcare analytics is increasingly a crucial part of any sound employee benefits strategy. Employers want what’s best for their employees and their families, so they’re using healthcare data to plan, measure and improve employee health benefits.